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RT T322 Assessment 3 – Marking rubric_V2.1
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Risk and Technology
Assessment 3
This assessment task represents 60% of the assessment requirements for this subject and is marked out of 128 marks.

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Subject learning outcomes/objectives
SLO1 Recommend risk management strategies to address financial and non-financial risks affecting an organization
SLO2 Evaluate and communicate the results of data analyses, presented in a range of formats, to provide relevant information for decision-making
SLO3 Identify and evaluate existing and emerging technology solutions and contribute to an IT strategy to meet business objectives and strategy
SLO4 Apply the principles of computational thinking to generate solutions to authentic business problems

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Rubric

Subject
learning
outcome
(SLO)
Exemplary
100%
Highly proficient
75%
Meets expectation
50%
Below expectation
25%
Incorrect
attempt
0%
No attempt
0%
Total
Part (a)
SLO 2 Tasks 1 and 2
Data analysis – numerical analysis and justification
Perform a numerical
analysis of the
dataset.
Demonstrates highly
accurate use of
appropriate techniques to
analyse the data, resulting
in consistently correct
results for all four
analyses.
Demonstrates highly
accurate use of appropriate
techniques to analyse the
data, resulting in
consistently correct results
for three analyses.
Demonstrates highly
accurate use of appropriate
techniques to analyse the
data, resulting in
consistently correct results
for two analyses.
Demonstrates highly
accurate use of appropriate
techniques to analyse the
data, resulting in
consistently correct results
for one analysis.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 8
Justify the numerical
analysis.
Provides a convincing
explanation and
justification, clearly linked
to the business problem,
for all four analyses.
Provides a convincing
explanation and
justification, clearly linked
to the business problem,
for three analyses.
Provides a convincing
explanation and
justification, clearly linked
to the business problem,
for two analyses.
Provides a convincing
explanation and
justification, clearly linked
to the business problem,
for one analysis.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 8
SLO 2 Task 3
Data analysis – interpretation and discussion of results
Interpret the
provided summary
statistics.
Provides an accurate and
relevant interpretation and
discussion of the summary
statistics for all four
variables.
Provides an accurate and
relevant interpretation and
discussion of the summary
statistics for three
variables.
Provides an accurate and
relevant interpretation and
discussion of the summary
statistics for two variables.
Provides an accurate and
relevant interpretation and
discussion of the summary
statistics for one variable.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 12
Interpret the results
of the numerical
analysis.
Provides an accurate and
relevant interpretation and
discussion of all four
numerical analyses.
Provides an accurate and
relevant interpretation and
discussion of three
numerical analyses.
Provides an accurate and
relevant interpretation and
discussion of two numerical
analyses.
Provides an accurate and
relevant interpretation and
discussion of one
numerical analysis.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 12

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Subject
learning
outcome
(SLO)
Exemplary
100%
Highly proficient
75%
Meets expectation
50%
Below expectation
25%
Incorrect
attempt
0%
No attempt
0%
Total
SLO 2 Task 4
Data analysis – dashboard
Prepare a
dashboard in
Microsoft Excel.
Presents a dashboard that
is highly organised and
demonstrates attention to
detail, clarity, awareness
and accuracy.
Presents a dashboard that
is well organised and
demonstrates clarity,
awareness and accuracy.
Presents a dashboard that
is sufficiently organised
and demonstrates some
evidence of clarity,
awareness and accuracy.
Presents a dashboard that
is insufficiently organised
and demonstrates
insufficient clarity,
awareness and accuracy.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 8
Provides a level of detail
that enables a relevant and
specific link to the business
problem.
Provides a level of detail
that enables a clearly
relevant link to the
business problem. Minor
errors may be evident.
Provides a level of detail
that enables a reasonably
relevant link to the
business problem. Errors
are evident.
Provides a level of detail
that does not enable a
relevant link to the
business problem. Major
errors are evident.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt / 12

 

Part (b)
SLO 4 Task 5
Digital process appraisal – evaluation of problem areas
Identify problem
areas in the current
digital process.
Correctly identifies four
sub-problems using
computational thinking and
provides a clear and
insightful explanation of
those areas.
Correctly identifies three
sub-problems using
computational thinking and
provides a clear and
insightful explanation of
those areas.
Correctly identifies two
sub-problems using
computational thinking and
provides a clear and
insightful explanation of
those areas.
Insufficiently identifies sub
problems using
computational thinking or
provides an insufficient
explanation of the problem
areas, or both.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 20

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Subject
learning
outcome
(SLO)
Exemplary
100%
Highly proficient
75%
Meets expectation
50%
Below expectation
25%
Incorrect
attempt
0%
No attempt
0%
Total
Part (c)
SLO 1 & 3 Task 6
Review of automation solutions – critique of GM and ITO comments
Critique the GM and
ITO’s comments
about implementing
automation
solutions, including
discussion of one
ethical issue.
Provides three relevant
critiques, demonstrating
valid judgement and
reference to GM and ITO
comments.
AND
Identify and appropriately
discuss one relevant
ethical issue.
Provides two relevant
critiques, demonstrating
valid judgement and
reference to GM and ITO
comments.
AND
Identify and appropriately
discuss one relevant
ethical issue.
Provides one relevant
critique, demonstrating
valid judgement and
reference to GM and ITO
comments.
AND
Identify and appropriately
discuss one relevant
ethical issue.
Provides one relevant
critique, demonstrating
valid judgement and
reference to GM and ITO
comments.
OR
Identify and appropriately
discuss one relevant
ethical issue.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 20
SLO 1 & 3 Task 7
Review of automation solutions – advice on options
Advise what relevant
automation
solutions, if any, J&L
could implement to
improve the problem
areas in Task 5.
Provides a clear and
convincing explanation of
whether automation
solutions can improve four
problem areas.
Provides a clear and
convincing explanation of
whether automation
solutions can improve three
problem areas.
Provides a clear and
convincing explanation of
whether automation
solutions can improve two
problem areas.
Provides a clear and
convincing explanation of
whether automation
solutions can improve one
problem area.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 12

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Subject
learning
outcome
(SLO)
Exemplary
100%
Highly proficient
75%
Meets expectation
50%
Below expectation
25%
Incorrect
attempt
0%
No attempt
0%
Total
SLO 1 & 3 Task 8
Review of automation solutions – recommendation for implementation
Recommend
whether J&L should
implement
automation
solutions.
Provides a clear,
convincing
and justified
recommendation that
aligns directly with the
analysis.
Provides a mostly clear,
convincing
and justified
recommendation that aligns
well with the analysis. Minor
logical flaws are evident.
Provides a
recommendation that is
appropriate,
but the
justification is unclear,
or
the recommendation is
poorly aligned with the
analysis.
Provides a
recommendation that is
appropriate,
but the
justification is unclear,
and
the recommendation is
poorly aligned with the
analysis.
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 8
Subject
learning
outcome
(SLO)
Exemplary
100%
Highly proficient 75% Meets expectation 50% Below expectation
25%
Incorrect
attempt
0%
No attempt
0%
Total
SLO 2 Report – format and style
2,000-word report Uses consistently clear
and unambiguous
professional written
language that is highly
appropriate for the
audience.
Uses correct grammar,
spelling and sentence
structure throughout the
report.
No errors are evident.
Uses mostly clear and
unambiguous professional
written language that is
appropriate for the
audience.
Uses mostly correct
grammar, spelling and
sentence structure
throughout the report.
Minor errors are evident.
Uses inconsistently clear
and unambiguous written
language that is not entirely
appropriate for the
audience.
Uses some inappropriate or
ineffective language.
Makes some errors in
grammar, spelling and
sentence structure.
Requires revision of
professional writing skills.
Uses unclear, ambiguous
written language that is
inappropriate for the
audience and difficult to
understand.
Makes frequent errors in
grammar, spelling and
sentence structure
throughout the report.
Requires major revision of
professional writing skills
Incorrect
attempt.
No attempt. / 8

 

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