31258 Innovation for Global Relationships Management Spring 2016


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31258 Innovation for Global Relationships Management Spring 2016

Task:
Many global companies have endured the negative impacts of the Global
Financial Crisis (GFC). Now that the GFC is finally over and the economy is
relatively stable, write a report which describes the role IT played in helping
these global companies survive the GFC, and today help them stay
competitive.
In your answer discuss what IT facilities (i.e. applications, hardware, etc.),
together with any associated business process improvements, which might
have been employed to help them cross the GFC gulf, and then remain
successful.
When developing your report, include the following in your discussion;
1. Choose a global business which you can easily research who has
successfully survived the GFC (e.g. a company which publishes their
current, and earlier, Company Reports). Ask your tutor for approval to
proceed with your chosen company. Note: your tutor will ensure your
company has not already been selected in your class.
2. Describe how the GFC affected their business, and how the company
used IT in their response to manage through it.
3. Compare their use of IT (e.g. extent, sophistication, etc.) both pre GFC,
and now.
4. Compare their success in the market place both pre GFC, and now.
5. Use examples from your research to illustrate and support your
outcomes. Note: To be successful in this assignment you need to exhibit analysis of your
research in all your discussions, and then your deductions resulting from that analysis.
Assignment format Length: 2,500 words (max) Font size: 12pt (min) Times Roman Line spacing: 1.5 or double line spacing Page use: Single sided Binding: Staple on top left hand corner Cover sheet: UTS standard coversheet (see UTSOnline)
All students to sign Turnitin: Place result page showing submitter’s name and report
similarity score immediately behind Cover Sheet Marking Guide: Place immediately behind Turnitin screenshot Headers & Footers: Display ‘Assignment 1’ with your Group member
names & IDs, and report title showing ‘31258 IFGRM
S16’ Footers: Show page number and date Referencing: Use Harvard/UTS referencing only
(See Referencing in the UTS Library website)
List at least three scholarly sources from the Jacobs Hierarchy of Reliability
N.B. These sources are additional to those texts listed in the Subject Outline
Page 3 of 3
Marking
x Executive Summary, Introduction and Conclusion. 1 mark
x Clear description and reflective analysis of your research. 5 marks
x Views well-argued and backed by relevant references and
examples.
5 marks
x Clear understanding of the role IT played in helping global
companies survive.
2 marks
x Grammar, spelling and presentation. 1 mark
x Quality of references used, and reference list. 1 mark Maximum marks: 15 NOTE:
1. For group assessments in this Subject, students will be assessed as a team, where
each member of the team will receive the same mark for the assignment. If you
have trouble with the operation of your group, ask your Tutor for advice
(preferably ask as a group). If some of the groups feel that other members are not
contributing, the Tutor should be informed and a group meeting held to produce a
solution. In extreme cases a group member may be asked by the Lecturer to do
extra work or accept a lower mark. No complaints about group operation will be
considered after the assignment has been handed in.
2. Questions in relation to the assignment should be posted to the Discussion Board
on UTS Online. Make sure you have read the Assignment outline before you ask
your question. Questions on the assignment that are received via email will not be
answered.
3. Students are reminded of the principles laid down in the Faculty’s Statement of
Academic Integrity – Good Practice and Ethics in Informal Assessment found at
wiki.it.uts.edu.au/start/Academic_Integrity>.
The University’s rules regarding academic misconduct can be found at
http://www.gsu.uts.edu.au/rules/16-2.html
Assignments in this Subject should be your own original work. The inclusion in
assessable work of any material such as code, graphics or essay text obtained from
other persons or sources without citation of the source is plagiarism and is a
breach of University Rule 16.2.2.
Any collaboration with another person should be limited to those described in the
“Acceptable Behaviour” section of the Statement of Academic Integrity. Similarly,
any group work should be the result of collaboration only within the group. Any
infringement by a student will be considered a breach of discipline and will be
dealt with in accordance with the Rules and By-Laws of the University.
Students are not to give to or receive from any other persons copies of their
assessable work in any form (hard copy or an electronic file). To do so is
‘academic misconduct’ and is a breach of University Rule 16.2.2. That is, assisting
other students to cheat or to act dishonestly in a submitted assignment.
Accidental submission of another students work as your own is considered to be a
breach of University Rule 16.2.2 in that you are acting dishonestly since you
should not have a copy of another student’s work.
The Faculty penalty for proven and serial misconduct of this nature is zero marks
for the Subject. For more information go to
<wiki.it.uts.edu.au/start/Academic_Integrity >

 

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