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PROJ6000_assessment 3brief_08112019.docxPage 1 of 5 ASSESSMENT BRIEFSubject Code and TitlePROJ6000 Principles of Project ManagementAssessmentAssessment 3: Visual Presentation: Project ManagementProcesses, Methodologies and Knowledge AreasIndividual/GroupIndividualLength6 -10 slidesLearning OutcomesSuccessful completion of this assignment will result inachievement of the following subject learning outcomes:1. Understand PMBOK knowledge areas and process groupsand their role, relevance and impact on projectmanagement best practice and PMI’s Code of Ethics.2. Apply appropriate project management (including ITproject management) tools and techniques, payingparticular attention to risk management.SubmissionBy 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday end of Module 5Weighting30%Total Marks30 Marks Context:Leading organisations across sectors and geographic borders have been steadily embracingproject management as a means of controlling spending and improving project results.These, and other desirable outcomes have been achieved through the application of projectmanagement methodologies, standards, and maturity models, which has understandablybeen embraced by many contemporary organisations in a variety of projects, including ITprojects.Project managers of course are an integral part of delivering successful projects, and assuch, have many responsibilities to discharge throughout a project’s lifecycle.Like all project managers, IT project managers need an understanding of project scheduling,quality assurance, project management tools, and reporting in order to successfully managean IT project to meet its goals.PROJ6000_assessment 3brief_08112019.docxPage 2 of 5Instructions:Create a visual presentation describing the application of effective project managementprocesses, methodologies and knowledge areas. Describe how project management relatesto project success/failure and the possible consequences when project managementpractices are not effectively implemented in projects.NOTE: Master of Business Information Systems students must use an IT project as anexample in this assessment.Your presentation will contain 6 – 10 slides using a technology of your choice (e.g. MSPowerPoint or similar). Please follow the presentation guidelines attached as a PDF to thisassessment brief.Output and Submission:Submit your completed assessment by the end of Module 5.Learning Resources:General Guidelines for Successful Presentations.Project Management Institute (2010). The Value of Project Management. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pmi.org/~/media/PDF/Business-Solutions/Value of ProjectManagement_FINAL.ashxProject Management Institute (2015). Capturing the Value of Project Management ThroughKnowledge Transfer. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pmi.org/~/media/pdf/learning/translations/2015/capture-valueknowledgetransfer-uk.ashxProject Management Institute (n.d.). Real-world risk management. Retrieved fromhttp://www.pmi.org/~/media/PDF/Business-Solutions/Risk Management_FINAL.ashxProject Management Institute. (2013). A guide to the project management body ofknowledge (PMBOK guide) (5th ed.). Newtown Square, PA: PMI.Project Management Institute. (2017). A guide to the project management body ofknowledge (PMBOK guide) (6th ed.). Newtown Square, PA: PMI.Wysocki, R. K. (2014). Effective project management: Traditional, agile, extreme (7th ed.).Indianapolis, IN: Wiley.PROJ6000_assessment 3brief_08112019.docxPage 3 of 5Assessment Criteria:The assessment will be graded using the Learning Rubrics below, and is worth 30% of thetotal for the subject.PROJ6000_assessment 3 brief_08112019.docx Page 4 of 5Marking Rubrics – Visual Presentation Assessment CriteriaFailUnacceptablePass(Functional)Credit(Proficient)Distinction(Advanced)High Distinction(Exceptional)% Points0-49%50-64%65-74%75-84%85-100%Effective Communication30%Difficult tounderstand foraudience, nological/clearstructure, poor flowof ideas, argumentlacks supportingevidence.No effort is made tokeep audienceengaged, audiencecannot follow theline of reasoning.Little use ofpresentation aids, orthe presentation aidsand material usedare irrelevant.Information,arguments andevidence arepresented in a waythat is not always clearand logical.Attempts are made tokeep the audienceengaged, but notalways successful. Lineof reasoning is oftendifficult to follow.Presentation aids areused more for effectthan relevance.Information,arguments andevidence are wellpresented, mostlyclear flow of ideas andarguments.The audience is mostlyengaged, line ofreasoning is easy tofollow.Effective use ofpresentation aids.Information,arguments andevidence are very wellpresented; thepresentation is logical,clear and wellsupported byevidence.Engages the audience,demonstrates culturalsensitivity.Expertly presented; thepresentation is logical,persuasive, and wellsupported by evidence,demonstrating a clearflow of ideas andarguments.Engages and sustainsaudience’s interest in thetopic, demonstrates highlevels of culturalsensitivity.Knowledge andunderstanding40%Limitedunderstanding ofrequired conceptsand knowledgeKnowledge orunderstanding of thefield or discipline.Resembles a recall orsummary of key ideas.Thorough knowledgeor understanding ofthe field ordiscipline/s.Highly developedunderstanding of thefield or discipline/s.Discriminates betweenassertion of personalA sophisticatedunderstanding of thefield or discipline/s.Systematically andcritically discriminates PROJ6000_assessment 3 brief_08112019.docx Page 5 of 5 Key components ofthe assignment arenot addressed.Oftenconflates/confusesassertion of personalopinion withinformationsubstantiated byevidence from theresearch/coursematerials.Supports personalopinion andinformationsubstantiated byevidence from theresearch/coursematerials.Demonstrates acapacity to explain andapply relevantconcepts.opinion andinformationsubstantiated byrobust evidence fromthe research/coursematerials andextended reading.Well demonstratedcapacity to explain andapply relevantconcepts.between assertion ofpersonal opinion andinformationsubstantiated by robustevidence from theresearch/coursematerials and extendedreading.Mastery of concepts andapplication to newsituations/furtherlearning.Presentation Aid30%Little or no evidenceof use of resourceguidelines in creationof the presentationslides.Understanding ofsubject matter is notwell demonstrated.Presentation slidesindicate lack ofunderstanding ofresource guidelines orlack of effort in theircreation.Subject matterdisplayed is not alwaysconsistent with theoral presentation.Presentation slides arestructured and displayunderstanding andapplication of resourceguidelines.Understanding ofsubject matter is welldemonstrated.Most of the content isin alignment with theoral presentation.Presentation slides arestructured and meetmost resourceguidelines.Clear understanding ofsubject matter isdemonstrated.Content perfectlyaligns with the oralpresentation.Presentation slides arestructured and meet allresource guidelines.Clear understanding ofsubject matter isdemonstrated.Content perfectly alignswith the oralpresentation.

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