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Style is compulsory and one mark may be deducted for incorrect referencing style. Originality/Similarity score has to be under 20%. It takes few minutes to generate the score for first submission but takes 24 hrs to generate the score for subsequent re-submissions. Please make sure that you submit your assignment into Turnitin few days earlier to have enough time for corrections. The Maximum mark for the Group Assignment is 30 (22 points for the Case Report, 5 points for the Presentation and 3 points for Peer Evaluation.) All group members will receive the same mark – groups / group members not happy with this need to consult with their tutor as soon as possible – this MUST be before the assessment is due. Group Presentation – mark will be scaled to a mark out of 5 – all group members will receive the same mark, however individual marks may be adjusted based on very superior or inferior individual performances compared to the rest of the group. The Case Report will be marked as follows: #1 ExecutiveSummary 5% #2 General background of the organization 5% # 3 Evaluate why the organisation is in fact a Learning Organisation using one of the Learning Organisation Models covered in Chapter six 15% #4 Description of the organization’s use of IT‐based tools and systems for facilitating learning 15% #5 Description of the organization’s use of socialisation-based tools for facilitating learning 15% #6 Description of the knowledge sharing climate within the organization, including: (a) incentives for knowledge sharing; (b) structural roles related to learning and knowledge management 15% #7 Description of the changes that have occurred with respect to #4, #5, and #6 over the last five years 15% #8 Conclusion (including recommendations, costs and benefits analysis of the organisation’s approaches to various stakeholders) 15% Group Presentation: Your presentation will be evaluated using the scale of 1 to 5 in each of the categories below. 1. Introduction a. Got our attention b. Gave a preview of presentation 2. Preparation a. Preparation apparent b. Practice apparent c. Each member prepared equally 3. Organization a. Project well organized? b. Easy to follow? c. Did the overall presentation have an introduction, a stated objective, a body with supporting material, and a definite conclusion? 4. Creativity a. Did the group show creative thinking in the method of development and presentation? b. Did they get the audience involved in “learning” the material? c. Was the content audience centered? 5. Meeting assignment objectives a. Did the presentation incorporate strong, effective supporting materials throughout? b. Did the presenters give clear and concrete explanations and examples? 6. Presentation style a. Was it delivered extemporaneously? (members knew their material, used minor notes, and did not read it to us !) b. Language used was appropriate and clear? 7. Delivery a. Eye contact b. Volume, vocal variety c. Nonverbal body language (fidgeting, posture, gestures, etc.) d. Verbal fillers (ah, um) e. Did the speakers show sincerity or enthusiasm when they spoke? 8. Visual aid(s) a. Usefulness: helped to explain, clarify, create interest, etc. b. Appearance of visual aid: aids credibility, large enough, professional looking c. Handling of visual: knew how to use equipment, everyone could see, didn’t pass inappropriately around, etc. 9. Conclusion a. Ended with a summary b. Had finality to cap off presentation 10. Overall team cohesiveness a. Connected to each other b. Other team members were attentive while individuals spoke c. Meet time requirements groups are to explain, using referenced theories and writings as support, why the organisation is in fact a Learning Organisation. Groups also need to identify the costs and benefits of the organisation’s approaches to various stakeholders. The analysis and findings need to be formatted into a professionally presented report. Research requirements – students need to support their analysis with support from the text and a minimum of 8 suitable, reliable, current and academically acceptable sources – this should include at least 4 academic journal articles. The organisation selected for your group project has to be approved by the Lecturer. Companies listed below are not available for selection. ANZ Bank, Apple, BP, Coca-Cola, Cognizant, Dell, Ford, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, Google, Honda, IBM, Lenovo, LG, Lumosity, MacDonald, Microsoft, Nisan, Panasonic, Procter & Gamble, Samsung, Sony, Starbucks, Sydney Language Solutions, TAFE, Telstra, Toyota, Walmart, Woolworths, Xerox