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BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan UNIT OVERVIEW
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to develop and monitor the implementation of the operational plan to provide efficient and effective workplace practices within the organization’s productivity and profitability plans.
Management at a strategic level requires systems and procedures to be developed and implemented to facilitate the organization’s operational plan.
This unit applies to individuals who manage the work of others and operate within the parameters of a broader strategic and business plan.
To achieve competency in this unit, students must demonstrate their ability to:
Develop operational plan
Plan and manage resource acquisition
Monitor and review operational performance
Evidence of the ability to:
Develop and implement an operational plan using a variety of information sources and consultation (including using specialist advice if required), which includes:
key performance indicators
Communicate effectively with relevant stakeholders to explain the plan and supporting information, seek approvals, negotiate variations and engage work teams to develop and implement strategies to achieve the operational plan within the organization’s policies, practices, and procedures, including:
recruiting, inducting, and developing personnel
acquiring physical resources and services
protecting intellectual property
making variations to the plan
monitoring and documenting performance.
To complete the unit requirements safely and effectively, the individual must:
describe models and methods for operational plans
explain the role of an operational plan in achieving the organization’s objectives
explain budgeting processes
list alternative approaches to developing key performance indicators to meet business objectives
outline the legislative and regulatory context relevant to the operational plan of the organization
outline the organization’s policies, practices, and procedures directly related to the operational plan.
INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS
General Assessment Information
This information is designed to give you a full overview of the tasks you need to complete to be deemed competent in this unit. To be deemed competent in the relevant unit, you must achieve satisfactory performance in each assessment task. Where necessary, the assessment tasks are divided into parts or steps. These are designed to take you through a step-by-step approach to completing the activities.
First and foremost, please get in touch with your assessor to discuss any necessary adjustments that must be made before completing these tasks. The instructions for each of the assessment tasks are logically sequenced. If you have any questions, contact your assessor immediately. If there is a practical component to your assessment, you will need to discuss the arrangements for its completion with your assessor in advance.
Assessment Cover Sheet
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Submitting Assessment Tasks
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There are two outcomes of assessment tasks: S = Satisfactory and NS = Not Satisfactory (requires more training and experience). You will be awarded C = Competent on completing the unit when you have achieved S for all completed assessment tasks and meet the performance criteria. If you fail to meet this requirement, you will receive the result NYC = Not Yet Competent and be eligible to be re-assessed according to George Brown College policy. If you are deemed Not Competent by your assessor and require re-assessment, you will be informed of the process. A fee may be charged according to George Brown College policy. A certificate will not be awarded if all assessment tasks are not completed for a qualification. A Statement of Attainment for completed units of competency will be provided.
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A Note on Plagiarism and Referencing
Plagiarism is a form of theft where the work, ideas, inventions, etc., of other people, are presented as your own. Information, ideas, etc., quoted or paraphrased from another source such as the Internet must be acknowledged with “quotation marks” around the relevant words/sentences or ideas and the source listed in brackets. You must also list the sources at the end of your assessment.
Sources of information, ideas, etc., must be provided in alphabetical order by author’s surname (including author’s full name, name of document/book/internet, etc., and year and place of publishing) or may be included in brackets in the text.
It is advisable never to copy another person’s work as a general rule. However, should it appear that a student’s work has been copied or does not appear to be authentic, you will be asked to speak to your Course Coordinator and required to re-submit it. A fee may be charged according to George Brown College policy.
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BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan
There are two (2) assessments for this unit:
1. Written Questions
This assessment consists of 18 questions to assess your ability to manage an operational plan. Most questions require a short answer, although you may answer using bullet points. You must answer all questions.
You will undertake this in the classroom and have two hours to complete this.
You can use various sources of information, including learning materials, workbooks, and the internet. You must list your sources.
This project consists of 3 parts.
In Part A, you are required to develop an organizational plan for a proposed business.
In Part B, you are to develop a strategy for implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the plan, including acquiring resources.
In Part C, it is assumed that you have implemented the plan. You are to examine the scenario provided, which gives details of performance, including a financial statement, and then analyze it, identify areas of low performance and develop strategies for improvement. You are to then write this up in a report of 400 to 500 words.
A template for the organizational plan is provided, but you may access other plans if you prefer. You may work in pairs in the planning and development stage of the project, in the role of business partners, but you MUST submit your operational plan. In two stages of the project, you are required to present your plan and seek approval from ‘relevant parties’.
In the role of a bank manager, you must consult your assessor, who must approve before implementation and modification of the plan. Your assessor will advise you when each part is due.