8004OMGT Operations Management Assignment 1 – Australia.

Subject Code & Title : 8004OMGT Operations Management
Weight: 35%
Assessment Type :- Assignment 1
7–10 minutes oral presentation recorded in Zoom (+10% tolerance)
Summary :
The task is a 7–10 minute operations strategy analysis oral presentation. Some of the biggest names in the service and manufacturing sectors have gained competitive advantage built on their operations. Over the years these companies realised that achieving excellence in managing their operations would set them apart from their competitors and become their primary means of achieving competitive advantage in the long-term. Of course, if we consider the operations as a significant means of gaining or maintaining competitiveness then the inverse is also true. The lack of a clear operations strategy or failing to link it to the over all strategy could lead to the collapse of a company.
8004OMGT Operations Management Assignment 1 – Australia.

8004OMGT Operations Management Assignment 1 - Australia.

Accordingly operations executives are invited to step back from their day to day routines and re-think how to design operations strategy in order to turn the operations into a source of competitive advantage. 

With this in mind for this first assessment you are expected to act as an operations executive and critically analyse and evaluate the operations strategy of your current or previous workplace or any other organisation from service not for profit public manufacturing etc. that you are familiar with.

Task :
For this assessment you are required to produce a Power Point slideshow and an oral presentation recorded using your AIB Zoom account.

Your oral presentation needs to address the following requirements:
1.Provide information relevant to the operations of your selected organisation including the 4 Vs model discussed in Week 1.
2.Identify the current stage of operations contribution to the organisation’s success using the Hayes and Wheelwright Four Stage model. You need to justify it based on the characteristics of each stage of the model discussed in Week 2.
3.Critically analyse the current operations strategy of the organisation from the following four perspectives.

For this part of the assessment refer to Week 2:
o How to shape operations strategy?
a. top-down perspective
b. outside-in perspective
c. bottom-up perspective
d. Inside-out perspective

4.Based on your analysis critically evaluate and discuss whether or not the four perspectives are reconciled.
For this part of the assessment refer to Week 2: Are the four perspective of operations strategy reconciled?

5.Finally reflecting on the Hayes and Wheelwright Four Stage model and your organisation articulate a vision for the operations that elaborates what the operations must eventually become and what contribution it should make to the organisation.

Learning outcomes

1.Demonstrate advanced understanding of operations management principles,frame works and contemporary topics.
2.Critically analyse and evaluate operations management issues. 
3.Clearly, concisely and credibly communicate operations management knowledge to others.

To ensure effective communication throughout the presentation:

1.Slides are recommended to be prepared using MS PowerPoint (available from your AIB Office 365 account).
2.When you record, make sure both you and the PowerPoint slides are shown professionally.
3.Talk as if you are delivering your presentation to the CEO and navigate to the appropriate slides. 
4.Keep things simple, slides are meant to support a speaker.
Effective slides are better to be less complicated or busy.
5.Only use images graphics tables where relevant and if they enhance the presentation.

8004OMGT Operations Management Assignment 1 – Australia.

8004OMGT Operations Management Assignment 1 - Australia.

For guidance on how to give an effective oral presentation, refer to the section on Oral Presentation Skills in Study Support.

Its recommended you watch the example oral presentation in Study Support.

For help with your presentation skills please book an appointment with AIB’s Academic Skills Advisor, Stephanie Schembri:

Requirements :
1.Thoroughly read the information in the Guide to using Zoom to record your oral presentation or watch the video below to learn how to set up your AIB student Zoom. To make sure that your AIB student Zoom account works properly we strongly encourage you to set up and record a very short test video in Week 1. In case you experience any difficulties please contact AIB Student Central Team.
2. Record the presentation using your AIB student Zoom account.
3. Make sure you only copy the shareable link of the recording and paste it into the submission portal. See Point 3 on page 7 of Guide to using Zoom to record your oral presentation.
4. Please do not add anything else comment or message in the submission point other than the share able link.
5.Please note Turnitin will not generate a similarity index report after you submit a zoom link.
6. The presentation should contain no more than 10 slides (i.e. a title slide main slides and a reference slide and run for 7–10 minutes plus 10%, i.e. 60 seconds tolerance.
7. Use at least six (6) academic references. All references must be from credible sources such as recent academic journal articles books magazines company documents and industry related journals.
8.Please make sure that you show your reference slide for at least 2 seconds.
9. Slides are recommended to be prepared using MS PowerPoint.
10. When you record, make sure both you and the PowerPoint slides are shown professionally.
11. All assessments must be submitted by 11:55 pm Adelaide South Australia time on the due date.
12.For submissions that exceed the specified time limit, only the time allotted for the assessment piece will be marked (see Assessment Guidelines).
13.For late submission where no extension has been granted, penalties apply. In line with AIB’s Assessment Procedure, please note that assessment submissions will only be accepted up to five days after the assessment due date (with penalties).

Should you be provided with an extension the submission must be made prior to, or on the final date of the extension. You will not be able to submit after your extension date.

Using Zoom to record your oral presentation
When you are ready to record, follow these steps:
1. Open your PowerPoint presentation
2.Open your AIB Zoom account and select Host to start a meeting
3.Select the Share Screen button  and select your Power Point presentation, then click Share
4. When you are ready to start your oral presentation, select the Record button
5.Talk as if you are delivering your presentation to the CEO and navigate to the appropriate slides
6. End Zoom when you are finished
7. The link to your recording will in the “Recordings” tab if you log into your Zoom profile
8. Check your recording and either re-record or submit your link via the Operations design analysis and evaluation submission point

Note: if you are not already logged in to the learning portal, you will be prompted to log in to Zoom using the same credentials as the portal. You must use your AIB login for Zoom.

For detailed recording and submission instructions see Recording your oral presentation with Zoom (PDF).

Tips for using Zoom
a. Do a practice recording first, and ensure the presentation fits within the given time constraint.
b. You may pause your recording at any time, so it might be helpful to pause after each slide to take a deep breath and then continue.
c. You can edit the start and endpoint (cutting unwanted sections from the start and end but not the middle
d. If you make a major mistake between the start and end, you will need to start over again.

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