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HI6007 SPSS Assignment 02
September 8, 2016
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HOLMES
INSTITUTE

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HI6007 SPSS Assignment
02

Due Friday 4pm week 9

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WORTH 10

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The data set you need to do
the assignment can be found on Blackboard in the folder "Assignments and due dates" and in the
spreadsheet "Data for Assignment 2".

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This is a group assignment and you can
submit the work in groups of up to 4 students.

You will need to complete the following tasks in SPSS and
then submit the following files online under "Assignment 2 final submission". You will also need to
print them out and submit them as well as a hard copy:

Activity 01:

Enter all data from the spreadsheet
"Data for Assignment 2"into SPSS. You will need to set up the variable view with the following 11
variables and then enter the data in data view:

Student_ID,
Year_Enrolled,

HI001_Final_Exam,
HI001_Assignment_01,
HI001_Assignment_02,
HI002_Final_Exam,

HI002_Assignment_01,
HI002_Assignment_02,
HI003_Final_Exam,
HI003_Assignment_01,

Activity
02:

Do a frequency table, histogram, normal Q – Q and the de-trended normal Q–Q for each one of the
11 variables.

Do descriptive statistics (mean, standard deviation, minimum, maximum) for each one of
the 11 variables

Activity 03:

Do at least 10 different correlations between the any pairs of
variables: For example:
HI001_Final_Exam and HI002_Final_Exam
HI001_Assignment_01 and
HI001_Assignment_02

For each correlation discuss the results:
Are they are positive/negatively
correlated?
Are they weak or strong correlations?
What is the significance value?

What does the significance value reveal about the data we have used?

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Activity 04:


Do a Cronbach's alpha reliability test on the following 9 variables: HI001_Final_Exam,
HI001_Assignment_01, HI001_Assignment_02, HI002_Final_Exam, HI002_Assignment_01, HI002_Assignment_02,
HI003_Final_Exam, HI003_Assignment_01, HI003_Assignment_02.

Discuss the results.
What item/s
can be deleted to improve reliability?
What items should never be deleted to maintain reliability of
data?
How many items need to be deleted to achieve maximum reliability?


Activity 05:

Copy
–paste the data view and the variable view from your SPSS file to a Word document.
Copy-paste ALL the
output from all the activities requested in Activity 01 to 04 in SPSS and put the answers in the same Word
document.
Answer all discussion questions requested in Activity 01 to 04 and put the answers in the same
Word document.
Submit a hard copy of Assignment 02 Word document to Holmes.
Submit a soft copy of
the SPSS files used in SPSS and the Assignment 02 Word document online under Assignment 02 final
submission.

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HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
September 7, 2016
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HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION
SYSTEMS T2 2016
HOLMES INSTITUTE
FACULTY OF HIGHER EDUCATION
HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
T2 2016
Assignment 2 (Business Report)
Group Assignment
(Week 10 5pm Friday)
In groups of three or
four, you will be required to conduct research on AIS/ERP Systems for your client, including define business
processes, develop business requirements, determine the systems requirements, software selection and vendor
selection. Then prepare a Business Report for the client detailing the processes of selecting an AIS/ERP to
help them to make informed decision for investment in an accounting software to take their business to the
next level.
The report should be about 3000 (three thousand) words and should be submitted in an MSWord
format document for the client. Each group would be required to find AIS/ERP that addresses the different
aspects of the clients' business especially the area of their enumerated challenges and should also
ensure that the client's business requirements are addressed. You may also employ any analysis or design
tool in the preparation of your report – so long as the results are suitable for presentation in the
required Word document and are your own work.
Remember: this is a report intended to convince a board of
directors to adopt your proposal. Your report must therefore be complete, yet concise; be clear and
convincing, and professionally presented. Above all, the report must be specific to the needs of the business.

HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS T2 2016
Case Study 1
Disk4U
Disk4U is a Sydney
based company which sells CDs and Vinyl Records. They are a small family-owned business with four outlets
spread around the Sydney metropolis.
Currently, their main business is selling to customers via their
physical shop front, via mail and phone orders and also a new online channel has been introduced through Ebay.
This expansion has made it really necessary to improve on their manual processes of accounting and business
reporting.
Your team has been called in as accounting and business systems consultants. Disk4U wants to know
how technologies could be used to improve the company's operations (especially the areas of accounting
and business reporting).
The company is keen to leave your team as much open as possible – you have been
told that it is a ‘clean sheet' strategy but cannot consume more than $150,000. The Chief Executive,
Amit Reddy, needs a report from you to give the Board a specific brief. Assignment Help
Case Study 2

Sungate
Sungate Foods is a Victoria based rice and wild rice producer, milling up to 80 tons per hour at
seasonal peaks. In 2013, Sungate employed a base of 100 staff in three processing/warehouse locations in
Western Victoria and a marketing office in Melbourne, Victoria. Its largest milling facility encloses 125,000
square feet, 30,000 metric tons of storage.
It has its own rail spur, 250,000 square feet of blacktop, and
pollution control equipment scrubbing 240,000 cubic feet of air per minute. At seasonal peaks, processing
reaches 80 tons per hour and staff tops 200 on 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a week shifts.
Sungate buys from
350 farms, then packages, distributes, and sells domestically and internationally. But its patchwork of ISs
and data silos required multiple manual re-entries of each order and financial transactions some up to 10
times wasting time and creating errors.
Staff worked weeks compiling financial and business reports from
the patchwork of ISs and formats. In certain situations, some decisions couldn't wait for adequate
information. Inventory is usually kept high to ensure complete orders.
Your team has been called in as
accounting and business systems consultants. Sungate wants to know what information system could be used to
improve the company's operations (especially the areas of accounting and business reporting). The company
is keen to adopt a technology that would eliminate most of these problems they encounter but they have a tight
budget of not more than $150,000. The board is expected to sit over this report and take a decision.


HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS T2 2016
Assessment Criteria:
Type Score Description / Content
Fits with criteria 10 Appropriately choose an AIS/ERP that fits. Reports that choose systems/software not
relevant will lose marks from this category. Criteria completion 20 The chosen software/system has the
capacity to address challenges identified within the business. You gain marks for ensuring that all of the
points mentioned as challenges within the business are covered in your report by the chosen software/system.
Presentation Spelling and Grammar 10 The presentation's content is appropriately written in English,
with no spelling errors and grammar issues. Presentation, Style and References 10 The report is well
presented, with headings and other visual aids. The report contains appropriate references and referencing
style. Total: 50 Scaled to 20%
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ACC520 LEGAL REGULATION OF BUSINESS STRUCTURES
September 7, 2016
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ACC520 LEGAL
REGULATION OF BUSINESS STRUCTURES
ASSESSMENT TASK 2_ASSIGNMENT 2016
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DUE DATE: Friday 16
September (midnight) (Week 8)

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TOTAL MARKS: 30 marks (30% of overall
assessment)

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WORD LIMIT: 1500 words

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SUBMISSION: Submit your work
electronically in Black Board under the Assessment tab. Ensure that you include a cover page with your name,
the name of your tutor and day and time of your tutorial.

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QUESTION

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Dr Dawes declared personal bankruptcy on 28 February 2016 and he remains undischarged. He informed
the board of GML (refer to the facts of this company in your text book)of this bankruptcy at the first meeting
that followed, on 5 March 2016, which was attended by all GML directors. At this meeting, the board accepted
Dr Dawes' resignation from the board. However, the board unanimously resolved that Dr Dawes should still
attend all board and committee meetings, involve himself fully in discussions and votes and continue to draw
directors fees as a "Consultant Director". They were anxious not to lose his expert mineralogical
knowledge.

On 2 April 2016, the full board met again to discuss a proposal by Mr Boon to purchase a
majority shareholding in Menzies Mining Machines Ltd (MMM). MMM was then a profitable and publicly listed
Australian Company with three million shares on issue at a current price of $4.80 per share. Mr Boon
presented an audio visual display to the board. The GML board was impressed and considered that a purchase
as suggested would increase GML's prestige in the industry in addition to adding to GML's
profitability. The board resolved that Mr Boon and senior management proceed with a view to commencing the
transaction this financial year and prepare a detailed Market Bidder's Statement.

Mr Foster resigned
as a director on 30 April 2016 and took up an executive board position with as CFO with Queensland Equity
Capital Group Ltd (QECG) on 5 May 2016. Mr Foster also holds 12 other board positions with family and
charitable companies.His first recommendation, to his new employer, was to secure a parcel of shares in MMM
based upon "confidential intelligence". QECG immediately purchased 60,000 shares at $4.70. On 7
May 2016, aftera regular GML board meeting where the MMM purchase was discussed, Dr Dawes' wife
personally purchased 20,000 shares of MMM (at $5.00 per share) in her own name on her husband's
recommendation, although he did not tell her why.

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Mr Huckenfusser has been employed as
an Audio Visual Technician by GML for five years. Part of his duties is to assist with board meetings and he
had been present in the board room with Mr Boon when he raised the purchase of MMM shares. Mr
Huckenfusser's sister-in-law (Mrs Duck) had been pestering him for stock tips for months. She agreed to
forgive Mr Huckenfusser's personal debt to her of $5,000 for any useful information. Mr Huckenfusser
told her about the board meeting and she purchased 5,000 MMM shares for $5.20 per share on 15 May 2064.

By
6 June 2014, MMM were trading at $12.05. On this day, Mrs Duck sold her shares and realised a profit. On 12
June 2016, Mr Boon suggested to the board that the time was no longer ripe to continue with the MMM purchase
and the board resolved to end the matter and make no bid announcement to the Exchange. Ms Dawes sold her MMM
shares at $12.70,on instructions received from Dr Dawes by telephone, 10 minutes after the board meeting
ended.MMM's share price quickly collapsed and by 30 June 2016 they were trading at $3.20. QECG retained
their MMM shareholding.

The ASX investigated these matters, established the above facts and reported to
ASIC under section 792B(2)(c). The board of GML met and resolved to take no action against any of the above.
However, the ASX reported these issues to the ASIC. You have recently graduated from USC and have immediately
obtained a position as an Analyst at ASIC. You are tasked with reporting on any breach of section 183 of the
Corporation Act (Cth) 2001 against Dr Dawes, Mr Foster, Mr Huckenfusser and Mrs Duck and subsequent Civil
Penalty action only. Do not discuss any other offences or actions.

Note that this problem is to be read in
conjunction with the facts in the text concerning GML.

Structure your answer according to the following
issues and headings for which maximum marks are indicated:

Introduction 1 mark

Preliminary Issues
7 marks

Possible Breaches of the Corporations Law 10 marks

Defences 4
marks

Remedies 7 marks

Conclusion 1 mark

These headings are required. They must
appear on your paper or you will lose marks.

Do notinclude an executive summary or merely repeat the facts.
Use the facts as evidence.

Do notinclude a contents page or a bibliography. Refer to cases and legislation
in the body of your work. You may use footnoting.

Do not number headings eg 1.1, 1.2 etc.

Write using
an essay style, using full English sentences and limited use of quotations or bullet points.

Apportion your
comments according to the maximum marks available eg write more on possibl e breaches than in the
introduction. Some issues will apply to all offenders eg "information", while some issues will be
more relevant to a specific offender egBanning to Mr Foster viz-a-viz Mr Huckenfusser.

Refer to the
assessment criteria provided in the course outline.
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HND Diploma in Business MANAGING FINANCIAL RESOURCES AND DECISIONS
September 4,
2016
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Pearson BTEC Level 4
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HND Diploma in
Business
MANAGING FINANCIAL RESOURCES AND
DECISIONS
Assessment

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Date for Submission:
11th February 2016
(The submission portal will close at 13:59 GMT)
Date for Submission: 21st March 2016 (The
submission portal will close at 23:59 HKT)
Assessor Name: Kenneth Chang (kchang@rdihongkong.com)
Remarks:
Please note that all assignment must submit through iLearn before the given deadline.

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Assignment Brief

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As part of the formal assessment for the HNC/D programme you
are required to submit an assignment for each module. Please refer to your Student Handbook for full details
of the programme assessment scheme and general information on preparing and submitting
assignments.

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After completing the module you should be able to:

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LO1. Understand the sources of finance available to a business
LO2. Understand the implications of
finance as a resource within a business
LO3. Be able to make financial decisions based on financial
information
LO4. Be able to evaluate the financial performance of a business
Assignment Task One

In no
more than 1,000 words, write a critical discussion, supported by academic literature, addressing the following
for a listed company in Hong Kong:
a) Identify the potential sources of finance available and explain why
financial planning is important.
(Assessment Criteria 1.1, 2.2)

b) Identify and evaluate both long term
and short term sources of finance for a project implemented by a listed company. Offer definitions, and assess
the advantages and disadvantages for each of the sources you identify and when each would be most
appropriate.
(Assessment Criteria 1.2,1.3)

c) Analyse the costs associated with different sources of
finance and explain how these costs impact the financial statements.
(Assessment Criteria 2.1, 2.4)

d)
Assess the information needs of three stakeholders – such as owners or financial institutions
(Assessment
Criterion 2.3)

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Assignment Task Two
Aston Ltd is considering investing some of their
capital in new premises. This will entail capital expenditure of some $1,000,000. This new project is set to
last for ten years and is likely to attract the following budgeted inflows (money coming into the business)
and budgeted outflows (money going out of the business):
Years Cash Inflows Cash Outflows
$'000
$'000
0 0 1000
1 110 30
2 120 35
3 130 40
4 140 45
5 150 50
6 160 55
7 170 60
8 180 65
9 190
70
10 200 75

Note the $1m in year 0 represents the initial capital expenditure.
The business is built up
of both equity and debt, and in terms of this specific project it would be funded by $500,000 equity requiring
8% return, and $500,000 of debt requiring 12% return.
In no more than 1,000 words, and using the information
above, complete the following:
a) Identify the Net Value or the Net Cash Flow (before applying the discount
factor) of the project and also the Net Present Value (after applying the discount factor). Analyze and
explain the advantages and disadvantages of the techniques adopted here.
(Assessment Criterion 3.3)
b)
Identify the Undiscounted Payback period and the Discounted Payback period and evaluate whether the pricing
strategy that has generated the inflows is viable in this scenario
(Assessment Criterion 3.2)
c) Assess
whether Aston Ltd should continue with this project. (Assessment Criterion 3.1)
Ensure that where possible
your answer is supported by academic sources.
(Assessment Criterion 3.3)
Assignment Task Three
In no more
than 1,500 words:
a) Identify and discuss the purpose of the two main financial statements shown below for a
UK company Tesco plc. (Assessment Criterion 4.1)

b) Evaluate why different formats of financial statements
are used for different types of business in UK. (Assessment Criterion 4.2)
c) Using the financial statements
detailed below, for Tesco plc, calculate a series of profitability ratios and liquidity ratios, analyze and
interpret the results that you achieve and comment on the company's performance. (Assessment Criterion
4.3)
 
 
Formative assessment
Should you wish to submit a draft of the above assignment for formative
feedback (narrative feedback, not graded), you may do so, but only once. This must be done before the 1stMarch
2016.

Student Guidelines

1. You should write this assignment in a professional report style format,
including the following:
• A cover sheet, detailing the Module Name, the date, your name and your STU
number
• A contents‟ page showing the various elements and their respective page numbers
• Page
numbers and section numbering throughout

2. You must ensure that the submitted assignment is all your own
work and that all sources used are correctly attributed. Penalties apply to assignments which show evidence of
academic unfair practice. (See the Student Handbook which is in the Induction Area). Please also refer to the
‘Guide to Unfair Practice in Assessment' on the module page on ilearn.

3. You MUST underpin your
analysis and evaluation of the key issues with appropriate and wide ranging academic research and ensure this
is referenced using the Harvard system. The ‘My Study Skills' area contains the following useful
resources; Study Skills Guide (containing a Harvard Referencing section) and a Harvard Referencing Interactive
Tutorial. You must use the Harvard Referencing method in your assignment.

4. You should use diagrams and
tables of figures where appropriate ensuring to reference their source using theBournemouth University Harvard
style.

5. You are required to write your assignment within 3500 words in order for your research and
summarising skills to be developed, and for effective time management. You are required to ensure that the
assignment addresses all of the assessment tasks. In the interests of good academic practice, an assignment
submitted with excessive word counts (i.e. more than 10% in excess of the limit) will be returned to you. You
will be given a maximum of 48 hours to edit the work to reduce the word count to the permitted maximum. In the
event that the submission is still regarded as excessively long then, in line with advice received from
Pearson, we will be unable to accept it for marking and you will receive a Refer grade for
Non-Submission.

The word count excludes the title page, reference list and appendices. Where assessment
questions have been reprinted from the assessment brief these will also be excluded from the word count. ALL
other printed words ARE included in the word count. Printed words include those contained within charts and
tables.

6. Your assignment should be submitted as a single document. For more information please see the
"Guide to Submitting an Assignment" document available on the module page on iLearn.
 

Online
‘library' resource available via ilearn

References (via hkebsco in iLearn)

Marsh, Clive (2012)
Financial Management for Non-financial Managers, In Strategic Success Series, London: Kogan Page.

Finch,
Brian (2010) Effective Financial Management, In Creating Success. London :Kogan Page.

Vernimmen, Pierre
(2011) Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice, 3rd ed. Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons,
Inc.
BTEC textbook

Davies, J., (2011), BTEC Level 4/5 HNC in Business

Other Reference books

Weetman,
P. (2013) Financial and Management Accounting: An Introduction, Pearson

Lumby, S. and Jones, C. (2000) The
Fundamentals of Investment Appraisal, Thomson Learning
Magazines, journals and newspapers
Accounting,
Auditing and Accountability Journal
The International Journal of Accounting

The Economist

The
Financial Times
Websites

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List of Securities
of Hong Kong
**
 

Assessment
Criteria for Pass
To achieve a pass you must meet all of the assessment criteria as stated below. Failure to
cover all of the assessment criteria will result in a referral grade and you will be required to re-submit
your assignment.
Further guidance on completion of your assignment can be found in the guidance notes which
are posted on the group learning space by your module tutor. For additional support please post questions onto
the group learning space, or email kchang@rdihongkong.com
Learning Outcomes/
Assessment Criteria Criteria
Met
For tutor use
(you may wish to use this in your preparation for your assignment submission)
LO1
Understand the sources of finance available to a business
1.1 identify the sources of finance available to a
business

1.2 assess the implications of the different sources

1.3 evaluate appropriate sources of
finance for a business project Task 1a and 1b

LO2Understand the implications of finance as a resource
within a business
2.1 Analyze the costs of different sources of finance

2.2 explain the importance of
financial planning

2.3 assess the information needs of different decision makers
2.4 explain the impact
of finance on financial statements Task 1c, 1a and 1d

LO3 Be able to make financial decisions based on
financial information

3.1 analyze budgets and make appropriate decisions

3.2 explain the calculation of
unit costs and make pricing decisions using relevant information
3.3 assess the viability of a project using
investment and appraisal techniques Task 2a, 2b, 2c
LO4 Be able to evaluate the financial performance of a
business

4.1 discuss the main financial statements

4.2 compare appropriate formats of financial
statements for different types of business

4.3 interpret financial statements using appropriate ratios and
comparisons, both internal and external Task 3a, 3b,3c

Assessment Criteria for Merit
To achieve a Merit
all of the Pass criteria need to be met, then the tutor will assess whether you have met the Merit Criteria.
Each of the Merit criteria must have been met at least once within the assignment.
The following statements
are examples of how a merit may be achieved, if you do meet the Merit Criteria by showing you have reached
this level in other ways then credit will be awarded for this. You will need to meet M1, M2, M3 at least
once.
identify and apply strategies to find appropriate solutions
Effective judgments have been made on the
basis of accurate cash flow forecasting
Good knowledge of working capital/liquidity management has been
displayed
Good knowledge of appropriate sources of long term finance are displayed

M1
select/design and
apply appropriate methods/techniques

Effective use has been made of appropriate Investment appraisal
techniques and other calculations e.g. WACC
M2

present and communicate appropriate findings
A clear,
concise and logical flow has been achieved
Use of Harvard referencing throughout
Relatively few omissions
and confusions exist
M3

 
Assessment Criteria for Distinction
To achieve a Distinction you have met
all of the Pass and the Merit criteria. Each of the Distinction criteria must be met at least once within the
assignment.
The following statements are examples of how a Distinction may be achieved, if you do meet the
Distinction Criteria by showing you have reached this level in other ways then credit will be awarded for
this. You will need to meet D1,D2,D3 at least once.
‘Submission has been completed fully and on time'
as per recent guidelines.

use critical reflection to evaluate own work and justify valid conclusions

A
reflective approach will be evident throughout and in particular in areas like evaluation of sources of
business finance and uses /limitations of investment appraisal techniques
D1
take responsibility for
managing and organizing activities
Independent research, outside of what has been provided on the moodle, has
been utilized to prepare a thorough set of answers
D2

demonstrate convergent/lateral/ creative
thinking

Ideas are evaluated for their validity & realism in the context of the answers
An attempt is
made at an evaluation of optimal approaches to financial management 
conclusions
D3
 
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HND Diploma in Business Strategy Assessment
September 4, 2016
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Pearson
BTEC Level 5
HND Diploma in Busines
Business Strategy
Assessment
Date for Submission: 11th January 2016
(The submission portal will close at 23:59 HKT)
Remarks: Please note that all assignment must submit through
iLearn before the given deadline.
Assignment Brief
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As part of the formal assessment for
the HNC/D programme you are required to submit an assignment for each module. Please refer to your Student
Handbook for full details of the programme assessment scheme and general information on preparing and
submitting assignments.

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After completing the Business Strategy module you should be able
to:

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LO1 Understand the process of strategic planning

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LO2 Formulate
a new strategy

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LO3 Understand approaches to strategy evaluation

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LO4 Understand how to implement a chosen strategy

Assignment Task

Students are required to read
the article How Adidas Found Its Second Wind(pdf version available on the module page)
The article can also
be found at **
Published Strategy+Businesswebsite August 24,
2015by Nicholas Ind, Oriol Iglesias, and Majken SchultzAccessed 30/9/15

You are required to apply the
theories / concepts studied in the QCF Business Strategy module to the Adidas organisation throughout your
answers.

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Alternatively, students may select an organisation that they are familiar with
on which to base their assignment answers e.g. current employer, if they wish to.

Please contact the module
tutor by email at the earliest opportunity to gain approval if you wish to select your own choice of
organization.
 
Assignment Tasks

Based on your understanding of business strategy from the completion
of this module, from reading the article, and any of your own research that you have done into the Adidas or
chosen organisation you are required to respond to the following tasks:

Task 1(suggested word count of 800
words)
Assess and analyse how ‘Mission', ‘Vision', ‘Objectives', ‘Goals' and
‘Core Competencies', and other factors such as strategic planning systems, have to be considered when
formulating strategic plans. You should provide examples of each of these strategic terms from Adidas in your
analysis.
(Assessment Criteria 1.1, 1.2)

b) Evaluate the effectiveness of two different strategic planning
techniques for Adidas or chosen organisation when developing its strategic plans.
(Assessment Criterion
1.3)
Task 2(suggested word count of 800 words)
a)Conduct an environmental and organisationalaudit for Adidas
or chosen organisation. You should analyse the strategic position of the business and also assess the
significance of executing stakeholder analysis when formulating a new strategy.
(Assessment Criteria 2.1,
2.2, 2.3)

Task 3(suggested word count of 800 words)
a)Analyse the appropriateness of alternative
strategies (e.g. Market entry, limited growth, retrenchment etc) for Adidas and using the results of your
analysis suggest an appropriate future strategy for the Adidas or chosen organisation taking care to justify
the choice of strategy
(Assessment Criteria 2.4, 3.1, 3.2)
Task 4(suggested word count of 600
words)
Imagine that you are now part of the senior management team of Adidas or chosen organisation and that
you have to implement the recommended business strategy from Task 3.

a) Assess and analyse the roles and
responsibilities of personnel who are charged with strategy implementation and also estimate resource
requirements e.g. HR, time, finance, materials that would be required to implement the future
strategy.
(Assessment Criteria 4.1, 4.2)

b) Identify TWO appropriate SMART targets that could be used in
the implementation process and evaluate why such SMART targets are important to the achievement of the
strategy?
(Assessment Criterion 4.3)
Formative Feedback Opportunity:
If you would like feedbackto assist
with your learning, please produce an outline or a plan by making some brief notes/bullet points (or a
mind-map/diagram if you prefer) under each task heading as to what you intend to include &discusson or
before21st December, 2015(Monday) by email() and you will receive feedback within seven days.It is advisable
to join the Discussion Forum or Live Chat at iLearn about the tasks of the assignment

This is optional and
does not contribute to the grading for the module and whether you choose to use this opportunity for early
feedback or not you must still submit your answers to all assignment questions on or before
11thJanuary,2016.

Student Guidelines

1. You should write this assignment in an informal reportformat and
should respond to each task directly and in turn. You should produce a coherently written document i.e.
‘bullet points' alone or other ‘note' format will not be acceptable as the final submission, and
you should write your answers taking care to explain, justify and evaluate your ideas and knowledge of how the
theories and concepts studied in the QCF Business Strategy module apply to the chosen organisation. You should
also underpin your analysis with relevant references to theory whilst at the same time ensuring that you write
your assignment in your own words as far as is possible.

You should refer to the ‘assessment criteria for
a pass grade' to ensure that each criteria has been covered in your responses to the assignment
tasks.

2. You must ensure that the submitted assignment is all your own work and that all sources used are
correctly attributed. Penalties apply to assignments which show evidence of academic unfair practice. (See the
Student Handbook which is in the Induction Area). Please also refer to the ‘Guide to Unfair Practice in
Assessment' on the module page on ilearn.

3. You MUST underpin your analysis and evaluation of the key
issues with appropriate and wide ranging academic research and ensure this is referenced using the Harvard
system. The ‘My Study Skills'area contains the following useful resources; Study Skills Guide
(containing a Harvard Referencing section) and a Harvard Referencing Interactive Tutorial. You must use the
Harvard Referencing method in your assignment.

4. You should use diagrams and tables of figures where
appropriate ensuring to reference their source using the Harvard Referencing method.

5. You are required to
write your assignment within 3000 words in order for your research and summarising skills to be developed, and
for effective time management. You are required to ensure that the assignment addresses all of the assessment
tasks. In the interests of good academic practice, an assignment submitted with excessive word counts (i.e.
more than 10% in excess of the limit) will be returned to you. You will be given a maximum of 48 hours to edit
the work to reduce the word count to the permitted maximum. In the event that the submission is still regarded
as excessively long then, in line with advice received from Pearson, we will be unable to accept it for
marking and you will receive a Refer grade for Non-Submission.

The word count excludes the title page,
reference list and appendices. Where assessment questions have been reprinted from the assessment brief these
will also be excluded from the word count. ALL other printed words ARE included in the word count. Printed
words include those contained within charts and tables.

6. Your assignment should be submitted as a single
document. For more information please see the "Guide to Submitting an Assignment" document available
on the module page on iLearn.
 

Recommended Additional Resources

Textbooks
Online CORE E-Book
recommended for this course–
Davies, J. 2010 BTEC Level 4/5 HNC in Business. Pearson Higher Education (UK),
2010. ‘VitalsourceBookshelf' file.
(Access to this E-Book is provided via the Vitalsource Bookshelf
software – contact the Student Support Team for access code)
Online ‘library' resource available via
ilearn

MyiLibrary

Johnson, Gerry;Whittington, Richard;Scholes, Kevan. 2011., Exploring Strategy.
[online]. Financial Times/ Prentice Hall. Available from:

Johnson, Gerry;Whittington, Richard;Scholes,
Kevan;Angwin, Duncan;Regnér, Patrick. 2013., Exploring Strategy Text & Cases. [online]. Pearson.
Available from:

Lynch, Richard. 2013., Strategic Management : Middlesex University. [online]. Financial
Times/ Prentice Hall. Available from:ID=463040> 30 September 2014
EBSCO – ‘E book collection'
database
Search for ‘strategy' ‘corporate strategy' ‘business strategy' etc.
MacLennan,
A 2011, Strategy Execution : Translating Strategy Into Action In Complex Organizations, London: Routledge,
eBook Collection (EBSCOhost), EBSCOhost, viewed 1 October 2014.
EBSCO – Business Source Complete
accessed
via ilearn for journals / company profiles / magazine articles etc

Magazines, journals and newspapers
Any
strategic management magazines and journals

Websites

:Top 10 on stakeholder management



How
Adidas Found Its Second Wind(pdf version available on the module page)
The article can also be found at
**
Published Strategy+Businesswebsite August 24, 2015by Nicholas
Ind, Oriol Iglesias, and Majken SchultzAccessed 30/9/15
 
Assessment Criteria for Pass
To achieve a pass
you must meet all of the assessment criteria as stated below. Failure to cover all of the assessment criteria
will result in a Refer grade and you will be required to re-submit your assignment.
Further guidance on
completion of your assignment can be found in the guidance notes which are posted on the group learning space
by your module tutor. For additional support please post questions onto the group learning space, or
email
Learning Outcomes/
Assessment Criteria Criteria Met
For tutor use
(you may wish to use this in your
preparation for your assignment submission)
LO1 Understand the process of strategic planning
1.1 assess how
businessmissions, visions,objectives, goals and core competenciesinform strategic planning Task 1
1.2 analyse
the factors that have to be consideredwhen formulating strategic plans Task 1
1.3 evaluate the effectiveness
of techniques usedwhen developing
strategic business plans Task 1
LO2 Be able to formulate a new
strategy
2.1 analyse the strategicpositioning of a givenorganisation by carrying
out an organisationalaudit
Task 2
2.2 carry out an environmental audit for a givenorganisation Task 2
2.3 assess the significanceof
stakeholder analysiswhen formulating new strategy Task 2
2.4present a new strategy for a givenorganisation
Task 3
LO3 Understand approaches to strategy evaluation and selection
3.1 analyse the appropriateness of
alternativestrategies relating to market entry,substantive growth, limited growth orretrenchment for a given
organisation Task 3
3.2 justify the selection of a strategy Task 3
LO4 Understand how to implement a chosen
strategy
4.1 assess the roles and responsibilities ofpersonnel who are charged with strategyimplementation
Task 4
4.2 analyse the estimated resource requirementsfor implementing a new strategy for a givenorganisation
Task 4
4.3 evaluate the contribution of SMART targets tothe achievement of strategy implementation ina given
organisation. Task 4
 
Assessment Criteria for Merit
To achieve a Merit all of the Pass criteria need to
be met, then the tutor will assess whether you have met the Merit Criteria. Each of the Merit criteria must
have been met at least once within the assignment.
The following statements are examples of how a merit may
be achieved, if you do meet the Merit Criteria by showing you have reached this level in other ways then
credit will be awarded for this. You will need to meet M1, M2, M3 at least once.
M1 – identify and apply
strategies to find appropriate solutions

• Strategic planning processes have been understood with some
application to a real business / scenario. (Task1)

• Possible strategies have been explored in relation
to a specific organisation and appropriate recommendations made. (Task 3) M1
M2 – select/design and apply
appropriate methods/techniques

• Audits have been completed with application to an organisation using
relevant techniques (Task 2)

• Stakeholder analysis completed for the business (T2)

• Appropriate
strategic techniques have been used in order to determine an appropriate future strategy for the business.
(T3)

• Appropriate roles / resources & targets / timescales have been identified with some
application to the organisation. (T4) M2
M3 – present and communicate appropriate findings

•
Appropriate structure i.e. informal report and NOT essay style, and approach has been used

• Logical and
coherent analysis included

• Technical / strategic language is accurately used throughout all
answers

• Range of methods of presentation has been used including use of diagrams where
appropriate.

• Good attempt has been made to use Harvard referencing throughout the report and a
correctly constructed reference list produced at end of report.
M3
 
Assessment Criteria for
Distinction
To achieve a Distinction you have met all of the Pass and the Merit criteria. Each of the
Distinction criteria must be met at least once within the assignment.
The following statements are examples
of how a Distinction may be achieved, if you do meet the Distinction Criteria by showing you have reached this
level in other ways then credit will be awarded for this. You will need to meet D1,D2,D3 at least once.
D1-
use critical reflection to evaluate own work and justify valid conclusions

• Contexts and strategic
planning processes / issues have been fully understood and evaluated in terms of the organisation (T1)
•
The validity of results of audits/ analysis has been evaluated (T2)
• Selected future strategy for the
organisation is fully explored / explained with detailed justification. (T3) D1
D2 – take responsibility
for managing and organising activities

• Independent research, much of which is outside of what has been
provided in the study materials / assignment brief, has been utilised to prepare a thorough, detailed and very
well structured and excellently presented report. Research activities have been carried out which result in
detailed and coherent analysis of the organisastion's likely strategic processes. (all Qns)
• Clear
links are established between the organisation, student's answers and academic literature, providing a
sound academic basis. (all Qns) D2
D3 – demonstrate convergent/lateral/ creative thinking

• Audits
have been comprehensively completed using a selection of techniques (PEST/ SWOT / McKinseys/ Porters 5 forces
etc) showing creativity and with a high degree of detailed application to a specific organisation (Q2)

•
Assignment is completed fully and on time

• Roles / resources / and targets / timescales are discussed
with very detailed analysis, using real business examples to illustrate the implementation of strategy in an
organisation. (T4)
D3
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MPE 781- Economics for Managers
September 4, 2016
Uncategorized
MPE 781- Economics for
Managers

Trimester 2, 2016
MPE 781- Economics For Managers

Assignment: Economics Case Study

MPE 781-
Economics For Managers

Due on the 6th of September (11:59 pm), 2016.

MPE 781- Economics For
Managers
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Assignment Overview: This assignment is based on an article pub-lished in The Guardian, dated the 14th of May,
2015 titled ‘Brexit – what would happen if Britain left the EU?', by Katie Allen, Philip Oltermann,
Julian Borger and Arthur Neslen. The article is already attached to this as-signment question. Please read the
article carefully before attempting this exercise. You will also need to draw on other resources available
through the library as well as external resources. Please note that you need to provide clear references for
your sources when citing research and data.



MPE 781- Economics For Managers

Learning
Objectives: This assignment is designed to encourage you to think about the application of concepts learned in
this unit in a real world scenario. This assignment, indeed, is interesting as it explains how the existing
economic theories become helpful to understand the consequences of ‘Brexit', in particular, "what
would Brexit – a British exit from the 28-nation EU – look like?" We hope that this assignment will
expand the horizon of your thoughts.

MPE 781- Economics For Managers

III. Assessment: Your score on this
assignment contributes towards



40% of your final score for this unit. Based on the attached Rubric,
your assignment will be graded on your use of appropriate economic theory and concepts, clarity of exposition
and overall quality of your answers. Although you can work in group, this is not a group assignment and you
must submit answers individually.





Submission: This assignment must be submitted
electronically on CloudDeakin (CD) Dropbox area by all students by 11:59pm on the due date. No hard copy is
required. Print your name and student ID clearly on the first page of your answers. Please check the Academic
Honesty and Misconduct section in the Unit Guide. Submitting your answers automati-cally implies that you have
read and accepted the Plagiarism and Collusion Declaration, and that the submitted answers are entirely your
own work.

Questions: Answer all questions. Limit the total word count of your assignment to less than
3,000 words. You are encouraged to provide necessary graphs, figures and tables with data wherever possible,
which are not subject to word limit. Please be careful in implementing referencing styles.

In your own
words, summarise the article. What is the main message of this article? [8 marks]

According to Authors,
"Our current assessment is that leaving the EU would be likely to impose substantial costs on the UK
economy and would be a very risky gamble." (page 2 of 10)- in light of the article and based on your own
research, please explain why the authors suggest

Can you provide a justification for the creation of
European Union

(hereafter EU) at the first place? [8 marks]

The article argues, "The general
rule is that if a country like Britain were to cherrypick and discriminate against individual EU member
states, the EU would at least threaten to retaliate" (page 7 of 10). Do you think that Britain, as a
non-member of EU, will co-operate with the EU? Explain. [ 8 marks]

Does Brexit have any impact on
Australian Economy? Explain. [8 marks]

Do you think that the global economy might slow down because of
Brexit? Explain. [8 marks]

Criteria

Poor / unacceptable / Not attempted

Requires further
development) / needs

improvement

Acceptable /

Satisfactory / Proficient
Good / Well Very good /

exceeds
done
expectations

Providing an Providing an



Excellent / exemplary /
exceeding high standard

Question 1 Accessing

Criterion Discipline

Specific Knowledge

and
Capabilities; Total

Marks: 8

Provides an explanation that is not consistent with the existing economic
theories or/and fails to establish the link between the case study and the relevant economic theories.
Furthermore, summary of the of the given article is not coherent and provide incorrect interpretation.

(0
– 2 marks)

Provides an explanation that demonstrates some ability in establishing the link between the
case study and the existing economic theories. Furthermore, summary of the of the given article may be
coherent but provide incorrect interpretation

(2.1 – 3.9 marks)

Providing an explanation that
demonstrates a good ability in establishing the link between the case study and the existing
economic

theories. However, the explanation also demonstrates superficial knowledge of the existing
economic

theories. Furthermore, summary of the of the given article is coherent, and provide correct
interpretation.

(4 – 4.7 marks)

explanation that explanation that

demonstrates a demonstrates
a

competent competent

knowledge in knowledge in

establishing the establishing
the

link between the link between the

case study and case study and the

the existing
existing economic

economic theories. Also

theories. Also demonstrate the

demonstrate
the ability of accurate

ability of understanding of

accurate the
theories.

understanding of Proficient with the

the theories. interpretation of

Furthermore,
one perspective.

summary of the Furthermore,

of the given summary of the of

article is
the given article is

coherent, and coherent, and

provide correct provide
correct

interpretation. interpretation.

(4.8 – 5.5 marks) (5.6 – 6.3 marks)

Demonstrating the
depth of knowledge in establishing the link between the case study and the existing economic theories. Also
demonstrate the ability of accurate understanding of the theories. Proficient with the interpretation of
different perspectives. Furthermore, summary of the of the given article is coherent and provide correct
interpretation

(6.4 – 8 marks)
Question 2 Accessing Poor or missing Inadequate Mostly adequate
General Accurate Scholarly
Criterion Critical analysis of theories; demonstration of
demonstration of critical demonstration of demonstration of demonstration of





Demonstrates no Demonstrates a ability to limited ability to
independently independently construct a clear construct a clear statement about a and statement complex
problem or about a complex research hypothesis. problem or Proposes no research solutions or ideas to
hypothesis.


Thinking (Evaluation Inconsistent critical analysis analysis of theories and
critical analysis critical analysis of critical analysis of
of argument or of relevant
models, yet some of theories and theories and theories and
Information/theories); argument
with no theories and inconsistencies remain in models. models. models.
Total Marks:8
supporting models; Poor the arguments. Discriminates Systematically Systematically and

evidence. Always reasoning and Discriminates between between discriminates methodically

confuses facts and argument with no assertion or personal assertion or between assertion
discriminates
personal opinion supporting opinion and information personal opinion or
personal between assertion
and/or emotion. evidence. Often substantiated by and
information opinion and or personal opinion
Information is taken confuses facts
evidence. substantiated by information and information
from source(s) with and personal
robust evidence. substantiated by substantiated by
no or little opinion and/or (4
– 4.7 marks) Information is robust evidence. robust evidence.
interpretation. emotion.
taken from Information is Information is
source(s) with taken from
taken from
(0 – 2 marks) (2.1 – 3.9 marks) appropriate source(s) with a
source(s) with a
interpretation. high level of very high level of

Provides relevant interpretation. interpretation.
supporting
Provides relevant Provides relevant
diagrams (e.g. diagrams (e.g. diagrams
(e.g.
illustrations, illustrations, illustrations,
charts,
graphs charts, graphs charts, graphs etc.).
etc.). etc.). (6.4 – 8
marks)
(4.8 – 5.5 marks) (5.6 – 6.3 marks)




Question 3 Accessing

Criterion (Problem

Solving);
Total

Marks:8
Demonstrates Demonstrates a Demonstrates a Demonstrates
satisfactory ability to
good ability to very good ability exceedingly high
independently and independently to
independently ability to
expertly construct a clear and expertly and expertly independently
and
statement about a construct a clear construct a clear expertly construct
complex problem or
statement about a and insightful a clear and
research hypothesis with complex problem statement
about a insightful
evidence. Creates an or research complex problem statement about
a
acceptable new object, hypothesis with or research complex problem



address new and Proposes solution, or idea; evidence of hypothesis with or
research
complex problems. inappropriate Proposes one or more reasonably evidence of hypothesis
with
Demonstrates no solutions or ideas acceptable creative relevant relevant evidence of
all
evidence of initiative to address new solutions to existing contextual contextual factors.
relevant
in planning and and complex and/or new situations in factors. Proposes Create a brilliant
contextual factors.
identifies no viable problems. professional practice; also reasonable
innovative new Create a ground-
approaches for Demonstrates the solution reflects adaptations of
object, solution or breaking
solving complex limited evidence proficient judgement of existing
objects, idea; Proposes innovative new
problems. of initiative in the pros and cons of the
solutions or ideas adaptations of object, solution or
planning and various options. to
address new existing objects, idea; Proposes
(0 – 2 marks) identifies few and complex
solutions or ideas adaptations of
viable approaches (4 – 4.7 marks) problems to address
new and existing objects,
for solving Demonstrates a complex solutions or ideas

complex very high level problems, reflects to address new and
problems. of
initiative in on and evaluates complex problems,
planning and the creative
reflects on and
(2.1 – 3.9 marks) identifies process and evaluates the

multiple product. Skilfully creative process
approaches for extends an and
product.
researching and existing idea. Outstandingly
solving complex
Demonstrates a extends an existing
problems. high level of idea Demonstrates

Provide relevant initiative in a very high level
diagrams. planning and of
initiative in
identifies multiple, planning and
(4.8 – 5.5 marks)
innovative identifies multiple,
approaches. innovative
Provide
relevant approaches.
diagrams. Proposes one or
more
exemplary
(5.6 – 6.3 marks) creative, novel
solutions to






existing and/or new situations in professional
practice. Provide relevant diagrams.






Inadequate
demonstration of

critical analysis
of relevant
theories and
Poor or missing models;
Poor
analysis of theories. reasoning and
Question 4 Accessing Always presents argument
with no
Criterion Critical information from supporting
Thinking (Existing inappropriate
sources evidence. Often
Knowledge, Research representing very presents
or/and Views); Total
limited points of information from
Marks:8 view or approaches. inappropriate
sources

(0 – 2 marks) representing
limited points of
view or

approaches.
(2.1 – 3.9 marks)






















Mostly adequate demonstration of critical analysis of theories and models, yet some
inconsistencies remain in the arguments. Presents information from relevant sources representing various
points of view or approaches, and demonstrating a mastery of theoretical knowledge.



(4 – 4.7
marks)







General demonstration of critical analysis of theories and models. Presents complex
information from relevant sources representing various points of view or approaches, and demonstrating a
mastery of theoretical knowledge. Provides diagrams explaining one critical aspect of the theories.




(4.8 – 5.5 marks)





Accurate demonstration of critical analysis of theories and models.




Synthesises information and knowledge from a range of relevant sources representing various points of
view, approaches and demonstrating a high level of mastery of theoretical knowledge. Provides diagrams
explaining different critical aspects of the theories.

(6.4 – 8 marks)

Scholarly demonstration of
critical analysis of theories and models.

Synthesises complex information and knowledge from a broad range
of relevant sources representing various points of view, approaches and demonstrating a high level of mastery
of theoretical knowledge and expert understanding of recent developments in the discipline and/or area
of

Question 5 Accessing

Criterion (Global

Citizenship); Total

Marks:8

Overall
Score

Demonstrates no understanding of the complexity of global/ cultural / ethical perspectives or of
professional practice.

(0 – 2 marks)

0 or More

Demonstrates limited understanding of the complexity
of global/ cultural / ethical perspectives or of professional practice.

(2.1 – 3.9 marks)

11 or
more

Demonstrates acceptable level of understanding of the complexity of global/ cultural / ethical
perspectives or of professional practice. Provide diagrams and relevant figures to make a consistent argument
with good reasoning.

(4 – 4.7 marks)

20 or more

Demonstrates a high level of understanding of the
complexity of global/ cultural / ethical perspectives or of professional practice. Provide diagrams and
relevant figures to make a consistent argument with good reasoning.

(4.8 – 5.5 marks)

24 or more
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– 6.3 marks) professional
practice. Provides
diagrams
explaining

different critical
aspects of the
theories.
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Demonstrates
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good sophisticated
sophisticated and
understanding of deep
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cultural / the complexity of
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perspectives or of ethical

professional perspectives or of
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diagrams and practice.
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argument
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HI6028 Taxation, Theory, Practice & Law
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Taxation, Theory, Practice &
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T2, 2016 ASSIGNMENT 1
Due date: Week 8
Maximum marks: 20
(20%)
Instructions:
This assignment is to be submitted by the due date in both soft-copy
(Safeassign –
Bb) and hard copy.
The assignment is to be submitted in accordance with assessment
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Subject Outline and Student Handbook.
It is the responsibility of the student submitting the work to
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incorporating the works of others into
your submission that it
appropriately acknowledged.
Case study 1: Residence and source
Fred, an executive
of a British corporation specializing in management consultancy,
comes to Australia to set up a branch of his
company. Although the length of his stay
is not certain, he leases a residence in Melbourne for 12 months.
His wife
accompanies him on the trip but his teenage sons, having just commenced college,
stay in London.
Fred rents out the family home. Apart from the absence of his
children, Fred's daily behavior is
relatively similar to his behavior before entering
Australia. As well as the rent on the UK property, Fred
earns interest from
investments he has in France. Because of ill health Fred returns to the UK 11
months
after arriving in Australia.
Requirement
Discuss whether Fred is a resident of Australia for
taxation purposes. ( 4
Marks, maximum 500 words)
Case study 2: ordinary income
Explanations of the
respective outcomes reached by the courts in the following cases
which all involving sales of land
I.
Californian Copper Syndicate Ltd v Harris (Surveyor of Taxes) (1904) 5 TC
159
II. Scottish Australian Mining
Co Ltd v FC of T (1950) 81 CLR 188
III. FC of T v Whitfords Beach Pty Ltd (1982) 150 CLR
IV. Statham &
Anor v FC of T 89 ATC 4070
V. Casimaty v FC of T 97 ATC 5135
VI. Moana Sand Pty Ltd v FC of T 88 ATC
4897
VII. Crow v FC of T 88 ATC 4620
VIII. McCurry & Anor v FC of T 98 ATC 4487
(16 marks, max. 2000
words).
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