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Drawing upon either your own organization (or previously worked for) or an organization
with which you are familiar, identify an area of activity and suggest how the current
management of operations could be improved. It is important that you explain the area
of activity and its purposes clearly by providing adequate information and
contextual information of the chosen organization. For the area of activity identified,
define and critically evaluate
suitable operational objectives or performance outcomes and suggest how the current
management of the operations could be improved. It is important that you seek where
possible to apply the various models, concepts, tools and techniques considered during
the course. It is also important that you support your work by references and data
(where applicable). The individual report to be submitted should be 2500 words ± 10%.
Please do not exceed the limit, as penalties will be incurred. You must be concise in your
efforts, but still convey the meaning to the reader
Important assessment criteria:
Standard of literature review
Application of models, concepts, tools and techniques
Analysis and synthesis of information from a variety of sources
Clarity of expression
Knowledge of the subject
Accurate and proper citations
Good presentation
Allocation of Marks:
Demonstrate the ability to critically identify and evaluate an area of activity for
improvement (20%)
Demonstrate the ability to present and critically analyze information from the
organization and
other sources (20%)
Demonstrate the ability to critically apply relevant models, concepts, tools and
techniques in the area of operations and/or supply chain management (30%)
Demonstrate a critical understanding of the effectiveness and limitations of the applied
models,
concepts, tools and techniques in the area of operations and/or supply chain
management (20%)
Professional presentation in terms of structure, language, illustration, and accurate and
proper APA or
Harvard-style citations (10%)