Type of Collaboration: Group
Due: Week 14, Friday, 23 October 2020, 23.59
Submission: Via a link on vUWS to submit the report and a video presentation (including Powerpoint Slides)
Format: Softcopy, MS Word, Video presentation, PowerPoint Slides
Length: 4000 words per group and 15 min presentation
Curriculum Mode: Report
Penalty for late submission 10% of the awarded mark per day
This is a group project. You should form groups of up to five people. You are advised to form groups and submit your topic to your tutor for review in week 5. This 4000-word group report should describe and analyse problematic trends for the future of project delivery in Australia. The issue that you focus on may be current or future issues. You will need to consider current or potentially likely developments in response to political, economic, social, technological, legal or environmental matters or pressures.
The report must be divided into subsections and must be provided with an executive summary of one paragraph, a contents page at the beginning as well as page numbers. Referencing should conform to the WSU Harvard system. You are advised to consult the electronic journals available in the library for reference sources. Individual contributions to the group effort should be specified when you submit your topic in week 5. Support your opinions with high quality references.
The report is to be illustrated by a recorded group presentation of no more than 15 minutes’ duration which communicates the ideas in the report to a professional audience. Ten slides at the most and be sure to use a legible font size. The presentation is to be submitted on the link in vUWS to submit a video presentation of either a) your slides with voice over or b) a group presentation in front of a camera or using Zoom.
Suggested report structure:
• Title page
• Table of contents
• Executive summary
• A couple of sections (description and analysis of problematic trends, etc)
• Conclusion and recommendations
• Group member contribution
Marking Criteria: Refer to the Learning Guide, Section 2.5.3