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BSA201 Principles of Systems BFA522 Risk Management Semester 2, 2017 1 Assessment 3; Capstone Assessment Marking Scheme The Capstone Assignment will be assessed using the criteria below to indicate...

BSA201 Principles of Systems
BFA522 Risk Management Semester 2, 2017

1
Assessment 3; Capstone Assessment Marking Scheme
The Capstone Assignment will be assessed using the criteria below to indicate the major areas of assessment, the proportion of the total marks
allocated for each and the standards expected within those areas. The group contribution table will also be used to adjust the mark for a team
member’s individual achievement of the criteria, where necessary.
Assessment
Criteria
Poor
50%
Adequate
50–59%
Good
60–69%
Very Good
70–79%
Outstanding
80–100%
1
30%
Demonstrates
knowledge of risk &
approaches to
manage risk



Insufficient evidence of ability to:
identify & define risk & risk
consequences; identify/justify/
assess risk mitigation, avoidance
& transfer strategies, & conditions
for accepting risks, use of risk
terminology & processes from
standards; identify, apply &
document appropriate quantitative
& qualitative ways to measure
probability/consequence; poo
no
incorporation of ideas from
modules 6 and on.
Some evidence seen of ability
to identify & define risk & risk
consequences; identify/justify/
assess risk mitigation,
avoidance & transfer strategies,
& conditions for accepting risks,
use of risk terminology &
processes from standards;
identify, apply & document
appropriate quantitative &
qualitative ways to measure
probability/consequence. Some
ideas incorporated from Module
6 on.

Significant gaps and/or
Inconsistencies seen.
In general good achievement seen
in identifying, & defining risk & risk
consequences; identifies/justifies/
assesses risk mitigation, avoidance
& transfer strategies, & conditions
for accepting risks, uses risk
terminology & processes from
standards; identifies, applies &
documents appropriate quantitative
& qualitative ways to measure
probability/consequence. Some
appropriate incorporation of ideas
from Module 6 on.

Some gaps & inconsistencies
noted.
Very good achievement in
identifying, & defining risk & risk
consequences; identifies/justifies/
assesses risk mitigation,
avoidance & transfer strategies, &
conditions for accepting risks,
uses risk terminology &
processes from standards;
identifies, applies & documents
appropriate quantitative &
qualitative ways to measure
probability/consequence.
Meaningful incorporation of some
ideas from Module 6 on.

Outstanding achievement in
identifying, & defining risk &
isk consequences;
identifies/justifies/
assesses risk mitigation,
avoidance & transfer
strategies, & conditions for
accepting risks, uses risk
terminology & processes from
standards; identifies, applies
& documents appropriate
quantitative & qualitative ways
to measure
probability/consequence.
Excellent integration of ideas
from Module 6 on.


2
40%
Identifies & explains
isk types applicable
to a specific
industry/ies &
organisation, & its
activities

Lack of achievement in defining
elevant risks for specified
organisation, its activities &
industry. Little identification of, &
eporting on, relevant operational
isks for organisation/ industry
activities.
Some evidence of achievement
in defining relevant risks for
specified organisation, its
activities & industry. Some
identification of, & reporting on,
elevant operational risks for
same organisation/ industry/
activities.

Significant gaps and/or
Inconsistencies seen.
In general, good achievement in
defining relevant risks for specified
organisation, its activities &
industry. Good identification of, &
eporting on, relevant operational
isks for same organisation/industry/
activities.

Some gaps & inconsistencies
noted.
Very good achievement in
defining relevant risks for
specified organisation, its
activities & industry. Very good
identification of, & reporting on,
elevant operational risks for
same organisation/industry/
activities.
Outstanding achievement in
defining relevant risks for
specified organisation, its
activities & industry.
Impressive identification of, &
eporting on, relevant
operational risks for same
organisation/industry/activities
.
BFA522 Risk Management Semester 2, 2017

2
3
30%
Applies risk
management
processes to
specified
organisation;
provides advice
Insufficient achievement in:
identifying relevant risks,
qualitative & and quantitative
methods to measure probability &
likelihood for specific risks for
specified organisation; applying
methods & justifying; constructing
appropriate records; concisely
communicating risk issues &
ecommendations for proposed
treatments in required format.
Poo
no business report structure;
poor style. Inappropriate use of
sources.


Some achievement in:
identifying relevant risks,
qualitative & quantitative
methods to measure probability
& likelihood for specific risks for
specified organisation; applying
methods & justifying;
constructing appropriate
ecords; concisely
communicating risk issues &
ecommendations for proposed
treatments in required format.
Just acceptable business report
structure & style. Some
inappropriate use of sources.

Significant gaps &
inconsistencies noted.

In general, good achievement in:
identifying relevant risks, qualitative
& and quantitative methods to
measure probability & likelihood for
specific risks for specified
organisation; applying methods &
justifying; constructing appropriate
ecords; concisely communicating
isk issues & recommendations for
proposed treatments in required
format. Good business report
structure & style. Appropriate use of
esources.

Some gaps & inconsistencies
noted.

Very good achievement in:
identifying relevant risks,
qualitative & and quantitative
methods to measure probability &
likelihood for specific risks for
specified organisation; applying
methods & justifying; constructing
appropriate records; concisely
communicating risk issues &
ecommendations for proposed
treatments in required format.
Very good business report
structure & style. Very good use
of resources.



Outstanding achievement in:
identifying relevant risks,
qualitative & and quantitative
methods to measure
probability & likelihood for
specific risks for specified
organisation; applying
methods & justifying;
constructing appropriate
ecords; concisely
communicating risk issues &
ecommendations for
proposed treatments in
equired format. Excellent
usiness report structure &
style, and use of resources.

Notes: 1.Tables of individual contribution to the group work may be used to adjust the allocation of individual marks.
2. Every case of possible plagiarism will be reported to the Head of School for investigation.
3. Read this ru
ic carefully, as there are some differences from the Assessment 2 ru
ic.
4. Criterion 1 and 2 will be influenced by the assumptions and output of your group work.

BFA522 Capstone Assignment 2017 Report Structure
Required Business Report Structure for Individual Capstone Assessment: Undertake a Risk Management Process for Source
1. TSBE Individual assignment cover sheet
2. Title page (which is different to an assignment cover sheet): include the name of the recipient of the report and business name in full, consultant’s name (as preparer of business report), title of report (Risk Analysis for Source) and date. No student or unit details.
3. Executive summary (in no more than one page), explain the purpose of the report, the report’s recipient, the method of data collection and analysis used, the conclusions reached and recommendations for the organisation, based on the investigation results and the requirements of the report.
4. Table of contents; must be generated automatically through Word. See instructions at: http:
shaunakelly.com/word/numbering/tableofcontents.html
5. Introduction: An introduction is different to an abstract. Briefly mention the report’s recipient, its preparer, and the aim and purpose of the investigation (see heading at top of page). Start page numbering from page 1 from the start of the introduction. Write in third person for your report. For information from Griffith University about how to write in third person, go to: https:
sites.google.com/a/griffith.edu.au
edbook/more/tips-for-writing/writing-in-the-third-person
6. The body of the report, divided into subsections with a heading for each. Do not call any of this section “body”. Include your tables and schedules to support your analysis. Refer to each table as “Table 1”, or “Table 2”, and so on, and mention the table by number within the text of the report. State any sources as a citation with a matching reference in a list of references. Separate your analysis and results.
7. Conclusion: The conclusion will link the results of the investigation set out in the body to the business report’s purpose.
8. Recommendation: Separate the conclusions from the recommendations; each has a different purpose. Write clear recommendation/s for the organisation.
9. References: Set out in Harvard style. A web address alone is not a full reference; include where to access the electronic site and date it was available
.
Note: All parts of the individual assignment submission are included in the word limit, with the exception of the School cover page and the group contribution summary. The group context statement will be submitted to a different folder, and is not included within the individual word limit. However the group context statement as submitted is limited to 1000 words. It does not need to be set out in report format. The work limit for the group context statement includes all parts, except for the group cover sheet.
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