HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS T1 2018

HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS T1 2018Each student will write a literature review of NOT more than 2500 words. The review should demonstrate that the student has thoroughly researched their topic. Students should use examples of business practice from the scholarly journals papers, conferences, books and professional magazines to support their arguments

The literature review would be on an organisation (company) that is using accounting software packages in Australia. The research would cover:

PART 1

  1. The current organizational structure
  1. What operational problems (e.g., inefficiency, errors) do you think the organisation could experience because of this structure?
  1. What is the most likely system acquisition method— commercial software, custom software, or ERP?
  1. Describes and prepare a system flowchart of the sales procedures for the chosen organisation (company)
  1. Identify any control problems in the system and what sorts of fraud are possible in this system?

PART 2

  1. Development and adoption of the accounting software packages,
  1. The current market size,
  1. Identify the leaders in the market and what gives them the competitive advantage,
  1. Identify the current gaps or challenges encountered by users or customers of accounting software/packages and make relevant suggestions or recommendations.

HI5019 SIS INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT T1 2018

Submission Requirements:

Research reports are to be presented in size 12 Times New Roman or 10 Calibri Font and double spaced. The research should include a list of at least 5 references used in the research report and a bibliography of the wider reading done to familiarize oneself with the topic.

Submission:

  • Soft copy to self-check and Final Submission with cover sheet

You are reminded to read the “Plagiarism” section of the course description. Your research should be a synthesis of ideas from a variety of sources expressed in your own words. All reports must use the Harvard referencing style. Marking rubrics are attached.

Assessment Criteria:

ScoreVery Good (12-15)Good (9-11)Satisfactory (8-10)Unsatisfactory (5-7)
PresentationInformation is well organized.Information isInformation isInformation is poorly
and writing styleCorrect layout including timesorganized, Correctsomewhatorganized, Some
new roman, font size 12 orlayout includingorganized, Someelements of layout
calibri, font size10, doubletimes new roman,elements of layoutor length incorrect.
/15 marksspaced. About the rightfont size 12 oror length incorrect.
length.calibri, font size10,Proper grammar and
double spaced.Proper grammarpunctuation not
Very well written, excellentAbout the rightand punctuationalways used.
paraphrasing and properlength.mostly used, butExcessive overuse of
grammar and punctuation areoveruse of directdirect quotes
used throughout.Well written, somequotes.
paraphrasing and
proper grammar and
punctuation
ScoreVery Good (12-15)Good (9-11)Satisfactory (8-10)Unsatisfactory (5-7)
IntroductionIntroduces the topic of theIntroduces the topicSatisfactorilyIntroduces the topic
research report in anof the researchintroduces theof the research
extremely engaging mannerreport in antopic of thereport, but omits a
/15 markswhich arouses the reader’sengaging mannerresearch report.general background
interest.which arouses theof the topic and/or
reader’s interest.Gives a general
Gives a detailed generalbackground.the overall “plan” of
background and indicates theGives some generalthe report.
overall “plan”.background andIndicates the
indicates the overalloverall “plan” of
“plan” of the report.the report.
ScoreVery Good (17-20)Good (13-16)Satisfactory (10-12)Unsatisfactory (6-9)
Evidence ofSubstantial range ofGood range ofSuitable range ofInsufficient range or
Researchappropriate and current,appropriate andsupportivenumber of
supportive evidencecurrent, supportiveevidence used. Notsupportive evidence
/20 marksevidence.always appropriateused.
and/or current.
Minimum cited.
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HI5019 SIS INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT T1 2018

ScoreVery Good (25-30)Good (20-24)Satisfactory (15-19)Unsatisfactory (9-14)
Development ofLogical, insightful, originalDetailed, originalAdequateInadequate
Discussiondiscussion with well-discussion developsdiscussion developsdiscussion of issues
connected paragraphs.logically with somelogically.and/or lacking in
Evidence of full engagementconnection betweenlogical flow
with the literature found, withadjoiningUnderstanding of
/30 marksrelevant and detailed analysis.paragraphs.reading shown.Little/no
Understanding ofFew relevantdemonstrated
reading shown.analysis.understanding of
Some relevantreading.
analysis.
None/little
discussion or
analysis.
ScoreVery Good (9-10)Good (7-8)Satisfactory (5-6)Unsatisfactory (3-4)
ConclusionAn interesting, well writtenA good summary ofSatisfactoryPoor/no summary of
summary of the main points.the main points.summary of thethe main points.
An excellent final comment onmain points.A poor final
/10 marksthe subject, based on theA good finalA final comment oncomment on the
information provided.comment on thethe subject, butsubject and/or new
subject, based onintroduced newmaterial introduced.
the informationmaterial.
provided.
ScoreVery Good (9-10)Good (7-8)Satisfactory (5-6)Unsatisfactory (3-4)
ReferencingCorrect referencing (Harvard)Mostly correctMostly correctNot all material
All quoted material in quotesreferencingreferencingcorrectly
and acknowledged.(Harvard)(Harvard) Someacknowledged.
/10 marksproblems with
All paraphrased materialAll quoted materialquoted materialSome problems with
acknowledged.in quotes andand paraphrasedthe reference list or
acknowledged. Allmaterialbibliography.
Correctly set out reference listparaphrased
and bibliography included.materialSome problems
acknowledged.with the reference
list or bibliography.
Mostly correct
setting out reference
list and bibliography
included.
Total
/100 marks
Final marks
/20
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