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ASSESSMENT 2b BRIEF
Subject Code and Title TII604BM Technology, Innovation and Intrapreneurship
Assessment Group Project Implementation Proposal
Individual/Group Group
Length 3,500 words +/- 10% or equivalent
Learning Outcomes The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successful
completion of the task below include:
(a) Critically evaluate the major disruptive technologies that are
changing the hotel industry.
(b) Analyse the implications of the disruptions for marketing
and operations of hotels.
(c) Evaluate the concept of intrapreneurship and the role of
disruptive innovations in a hotel context.
(d) Investigate the process of planning, implementing and
integrating technological innovation in a hotel environment.
(e) Devise change management and project management plans
for the adoption of technological innovations.
Submission Due by 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Wednesday Week 10.
Weighting 50% (30% as group; 20% as individual)
Total Marks 100 marks

Assessment Task
Working in the same group as Assessment 2a, create a Project Implementation Proposal detailing the
integration of the disruptive technology, presented in the Assessment 2a Group presentation. Each
group member is required to act as a Department Head and work individually to develop an
implementation strategy for your allocated department. Then as a group, integrate the various
department strategies into a consolidated project implementation proposal for submission.
Context
Hotels must not only keep up with the latest innovations but also effectively and swiftly implement
these innovations in order to remain competitive in the industry. Project management principles,
already widely used in the hotel industry, provide a solid foundation for implementing such
organisational strategic changes. Department leaders are usually in charge of implementing changes
and executing project proposals. Therefore, it is critical that they have an overall understanding of
how the project needs to be aligned and implemented across all departments. The project also has
to be strategically aligned to the goals of the organisation.

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Instructions
1. Assume that your pitch from Assessment 2a has been accepted. Now you have been tasked to
prepare a project implementation proposal.
2. As a team, reflect on your Assessment 2a presentation and feedback received.
3. Each of your group members must again take the role of Department Head involved in the
implementation of this technological innovation. For example: Front Office, Housekeeping, Sales
and Marketing, Engineering, Food and Beverage.
4. Use project management fundamentals and strategies to describe the process of planning,
implementing and integrating the technological innovation across each allocated department, and
then into the hotel as a whole. Aspects to consider are:
i. Timelines

ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
Resources (Staff, Software, Equipment)
Customer Engagement
Marketing and
Budgets

As a group, collaboratively decide how you would like to divide the work to complete the
assessment task. It is recommended that each team member can work on one or two aspects
mentioned above, or each team member completes all aspects for their specific department.
5. Collectively, consolidate your strategic suggestions. You will need to work as a closely connected
group to bring together your plans and actionable strategies as part of the change management
and project management plan for the adoption of the proposed disruptive technology across all
departments.
Write a 3500-words Project Implementation Proposal. Please structure your
implementation proposal as follows: Title Page
Executive Summary
Table of Content
Introduction
Timelines
Resources
Customer Engagement
Budgets
Conclusion
Reference List
Each section should identify departmental aspects as well as discussing the organisation-wide
implementation. You may employ graphic representations of your findings such as diagrams,
flowcharts etc. and include them in your proposal as needed.
6. Each individual team member is required to include their name in brackets next to each section/
chapter they have written. A score will be allocated for each individual member based on their
contributions to the development of the report.

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Referencing
It is essential that you use appropriate APA style for citing and referencing research. Please see more
information on referencing in the
Academic Skills webpage.
Submission Instructions
Submit this the Group Project Implementation Proposal via the Assessment link in the main navigation
menu in
TII604BM Technology, Innovation and Intrapreneurship. The Learning Facilitator will provide
feedback via the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.
Academic Integrity
All students are responsible for ensuring that all work submitted is their own and is appropriately
referenced and academically written according to the
Academic Writing Guide. Students also need to
have read and be aware of Torrens University Australia Academic Integrity Policy and Procedure and
subsequent penalties for academic misconduct. These are
viewable online.
Students also must keep a copy of all submitted material and any assessment drafts.
Special Consideration
To apply for special consideration for a modification to an assessment or exam due to unexpected or
extenuating circumstances, please consult the
Assessment Policy for Higher Education Coursework
and ELICOS
and, if applicable to your circumstance, submit a completed Application for Assessment
Special Consideration Form
to your Learning Facilitator.
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Assessment Rubric

Assessment Attributes Fail
(Yet to achieve
minimum standard)
0-49%
Pass
(Functional)
50-64%
Credit
(Proficient)
65-74%
Distinction
(Advanced)
75-84%
High Distinction
(Exceptional)
85-100%
Analysis and
application of
knowledge to practice
implementation
Total Percentage for
this Assessment
Attribute = 40%
(Individual)
Evidence of analysis and
collaboration is limited or
non-existent. Limited or
no implementation and
integration of the
learnings from the
planning stage for the
execution of the project
proposal.
Basic analysis showcasing
minimal planning and
collaboration. Satisfactory
implementation and
integration of the learnings
from the planning stage for
the execution of the project
proposal.
Thorough analysis
showcasing good planning
and collaboration.
Adequate implementation
and integration of the
learnings from the planning
stage for the execution of
the project proposal.
Highly developed analysis
showcasing clear planning
and collaboration. Effective
implementation and
integration of the learnings
from the planning stage for
the execution of the project
proposal.
Highly sophisticated
analysis showcasing
exceptional planning and
collaboration. Exceptional
implementation and
integration of the learnings
from the planning stage for
the execution of the project
proposal.
Knowledge and
understanding of
theoretical models and
concepts
Total Percentage for
this Assessment
Attribute = 30%
(Group)
Lack or partial
identification and
understating of project
management
fundamentals. Lack or
partial identification and
understating of change
management theory.
Limited identification and
understating of project
management fundamentals.
Limited identification and
understating of change
management theory.
Adequate identification and
understating of project
management
fundamentals. Adequate
identification and
understating of change
management theory.
Thorough identification and
understating of project
management
fundamentals. Thorough
identification and
understating of change
management theory.
Highly developed
identification and
understanding of project
management
fundamentals. Highly
developed identification
and understating of change
management theory.
Use of industry
language and
communication
Total Percentage for
this Assessment
Attribute = 15%
(Group)
Lack or Incorrect selection
and engagement of
industry language and
terminology with major
errors. Limited or no use
of any visual aids to
Basic selection and
engagement of industry
language and terminology
with some major errors.
Minimal use of limited visual
aids to present findings and
Thorough selection and
engagement of industry
language and terminology
with some minor errors.
Reasonable use of some
visual aids to present
Adequate selection and
engagement of industry
language and terminology.
Effective use of diverse
visual aids to present
findings and support the
Exceptional selection and
engagement of industry
language and
terminology. Exceptional
use of diverse visual aids
to present findings and

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present findings and
support the flow of the
proposal. Major errors in
spelling, grammar and/or
punctuation which
impacts meaning,
readability and flow.
support the flow of the
proposal. Evident errors in
spelling, grammar and/or
punctuation not impacting
readability and flow.
findings and support the
flow of the proposal.
Mostly correct spelling,
grammar and/or
punctuation not impacting
readability and flow.
flow of the proposal.
Occasional minor spelling,
grammar and/or
punctuation errors.
support the flow of the
proposal. Free from
errors in spelling,
grammar and
punctuation.
Referencing Style and
citation
Total Percentage for
this Assessment
Attribute = 15%
(Group)
Incorrect research
supported with
inconsistent use of
credible and not always
relevant resources.
Referencing is not in line
with APA style.
Limited research supported
with the use of not always
credible and relevant
resources. Referencing
follows APA with frequent or
repeated errors.
Thorough research
supported with use of
credible and relevant
resources. Referencing
follows APA style with some
errors.
Very good research
supported with consistent
use of high quality, credible
and relevant resources.
Referencing follows APA
style with occasional minor
errors.
Extensive research
supported with consistent
use of high quality, credible
and relevant resources.
Referencing follows APA
style and is free from
errors.

 

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