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Advanced Project and Logistics Management

Assessment Information and Brief

Salford Business School –  2021/22

Module titleAdvanced Project and Logistics Management
CRN57378 – RKC
Assessment titleGroup Assignment – Supply chain disruptions and the Impact on planning and delivering successful projects
Weighting within moduleThis assessment is worth 100%  
Submission deadline date and timeSee OnlineCampus
Module Leader at the University of Salford Dr Stelios Sapountzis  Assessment set by:  The module leader (UoS) and Dr Yiannis Polychronakis
Assessment task details and instructions This is a group assessment and you are expected to work as a team. You and your team are responsible for preparing a report on the subject of Projects and Logistics.     How to submit: One file is to be submitted on OnlineCampus. This should be a Word file (maximum length 5000 words) by the due date. Only one submission is required per group.
Assessment brief In October 2021 the IMF downgraded the forecast for international growth expecting this to last well in to 2022. This was partly allied to supply chain disruptions and bottlenecks globally and locally, and delays in undertaking and executing projects. The relationship between Supply Chain Management disruptions and the ensuing effect in delaying Projects is well manifested and known reality within all different types of industries. These delays and disruptions are attributed to a multitude of factors such as the pandemic, the changing global demands of customers following the pandemic, changing priorities at government policy level and more. There are a number of examples in the news that reflect these disruptions and bottlenecks across the globe. Here are some articles that discuss and highlight the issues presented in the statement above.   Shortage of semiconductors:   Shortage of HGV drivers in Europe:   Carbon Monoxide Shortages:   Project delays: Construction delays:   Just in Time post pandemic:   Your task as a group is to compile  a report that discusses how Supply Chain disruption could also affect market conditions and the planning or delivery of  projects.   You will need to take the following into account when completing your assignment/report:   Quality of a relevant literature review that helps inform your discussion;Clarity of argument and integration of different components in relevance to Projects and/or a Logistics context;Allocation of credit and sources used; (have you included references and citations to the material you have used?);Use of examples, figures, tables, illustrations and statistics that indicate wider/independent reading;Quality of executive summary (does it give a brief complete summary of your paper for an executive to read?);Overall report presentation and structure including spelling and grammar;Adherence to nominated word limit.Word processed (letter size 12, Times New Roman, 1.5 space), fully referenced (APA 7th (Harvard) Style This coursework should follow a structured approach and your aim is to:   Prepare and submit as a team a professional business report by the due date (100% of total module grade) – Word Count up to 5,000 words (only one team member will need to submit the report on behalf of the group)   Please follow an industrial report format.  Therefore the report should include: Cover page that details:Project title;Group number;Member Names and Student IDsExecutive Summary; (not part of the word count) Contents page;Introduction;Main body based on the thematic areas. In sections and sub sections;Discussion and Conclusion; References / Bibliography;  
Assessed intended learning outcomes On successful completion of this assessment, you will be able to: 1. Evaluate, critique and discuss the importance of innovation in Logistics and Project Management. 2. Apply theoretical ideas to practice via real scenario and live case studies. 3. Implement and critically evaluate advancements in Project Management and Logistics. 4. Demonstrate a sound understanding of the importance of Logistics and Projects Integration in the development and maintenance of sustainable and global organisations operating in complex market environments.   Transferable/Key Skills and other attributes On completion you will have had the opportunity to: 1. Work independently and with others in analysing and presenting solutions to real life problems. 2. Communicate effectively through a variety of media to different audiences. 3. Make decisions in complex and unpredictable situations using tools and techniques appropriate to the module. 4. Evaluate, critique and present research findings.
  Module Aims Evaluate contemporary research in Logistics and Project management taking into account the interdisciplinary nature of the subjects.Analyse critically advances in Project and Programme management focusing on value generation including Agile, Lean and Benefits Management. Critically review world-class innovations and emerging technologies in Logistics(i.e. Additive Manufacturing, Big data analytics, drones etc)Critically review world-class innovations and emerging technologies in Project, Portfolio and Programme (3P) i.e. Virtual technologies and augmented reality environments, Output driven Project management (Benefits Realisation, Target Value) To prepare students for further research and application of Logistics and Project management in their Business
Word count and Time The final report for this assessment should be up to 5,000 words. Your word count is from the introduction to conclusion sections.  Therefore, it does not include title page, contents page, reference section, appendices etc. If the assignment exceeds these limits; the work in excess of 5,000 words is not marked.  
Feedback arrangements Summative feedback on your final report will be provided within 2 working weeks of your submission. The summative feedback will be made available via OnlineCampus.   Subsequently if further clarification is needed you should email your module tutor within your institution.
Plagiarism and Late submissions You are required to follow the University’s regulations regarding plagiarism and citing sources and references used.   Late submission will be accepted up to 7 days after the submission deadline.   All work submitted late will be capped at the pass mark of 50%, there is no sliding scale.   Lecturers are not able to give extensions.   Student Facing Policies and Procedures
askUS The University offers a range of support services for students through askUS. Good Academic Conduct and Academic Misconduct   Students are expected to learn and demonstrate skills associated with good academic conduct (academic integrity). Good academic conduct includes the use of clear and correct referencing of source materials. Here is a link to where you can find out more about the skills which students require   Academic Misconduct is an action which may give you an unfair advantage in your academic work. This includes plagiarism, asking someone else to write your assessment for you or taking notes into an exam. The University takes all forms of academic misconduct seriously.  You can find out how to avoid academic misconduct here Assessment Information If you have any questions about assessment rules, you can find out more here. Personal Mitigating Circumstances If personal mitigating circumstances may have affected your ability to complete this assessment, you can find more information about personal mitigating circumstances procedure here. Student Progression Administrator If you have any concerns about your studies, contact StudentCare. In Year Retrieval Scheme Your assessment is not eligible for in year retrieval.     Reassessment If you fail your assessment, and are eligible for reassessment, you will need to resubmit. Details and guidance for resubmissions will be issued to you by our Admin team following the completion of your four modules of your programme. For students with accepted personal mitigating circumstances, this will be your replacement assessment attempt.  Students should be aware that there is no late submission period at reassessment (this includes those students who have an accepted PMC request from a previous attempt).

Assessment Criteria and Marking Scheme for final report (100% of total grade)  

Use of theory30
Examples and sources utilised30
Quality of argument10
Approach to research10
Citation and References10
Grade bands for Level 7
Criterion / Mark range   90-100 80-89 70-79 60-69 50-59 40-49 0-39 Overall level (indicative – not for grading) Standard comparable to journal publication Standard comparable to conference paper publication Distinctive work for Masters level Merit  work for Masters level Acceptable for Masters Below Masters pass standard Significantly below Masters pass standard Scope Outstanding clarity of focus, includes what is important, and excludes irrelevant issues. Excellent clarity of focus, boundaries set with no significant omissions or unnecessary issues. Clear focus.  Very good setting of boundaries includes most of what is relevant. Clear scope and focus, with some omissions or unnecessary issues. Scope evident and satisfactory but with some omissions and unnecessary issues. Poorly scoped, with significant omissions and unnecessary issues. Little or no scope or focus evident.  Understanding of subject matter   Outstanding with critical awareness of relevance of issues. Outstanding expression of ideas. Excellent with critical awareness of relevance of issues. Excellent expression of ideas. Very good with critical awareness of relevance of issues. Outstanding expression of ideas. Good with some awareness of relevance of issues. Ideas are expressed, with some limitation. Basic with limited awareness of relevance of issues.  Limited expression of ideas. Poor with little awareness of relevance of issues Little or no understanding of subject matter is demonstrated. Literature   Comprehensive literature review. Evaluation and synthesis of source material to produce an outstanding contribution. Excellent independent secondary research. Sources are evaluated and synthesized to produce an excellent contribution. Very good independent secondary research. Sources are evaluated and synthesized to produce a very good contribution. Good secondary research to extend taught materials. Evidence of evaluation of sources, with some deficiencies in choice and synthesis. Limited secondary research to extend taught materials. Limited evaluation of sources, deficiencies in choice and synthesis. Little or no extension of taught materials.  Poor choice and synthesis of materials. Poor use of taught materials.  No synthesis. Critical analysis based on evidence Standard of critical analysis – showing questioning of sources, understanding of bias, independence of thought Excellent standard of critical analysis – excellence in questioning of sources, understanding of bias, independence of thought A very good standard of critical analysis.  Sources are questioned appropriately, and a very good understanding of bias, showing independence of thought Critical analysis with some questioning of sources, understanding of bias, independence of thought. Analysis evident but uncritical. Sources are not always questioned, with limited independence of thought. Little or no analysis. No valid analysis. Structure of argument, leading to conclusion Well structured, compelling and persuasive argument that leads to a valuable contribution to the field of study, paving the way for future work. Argument has excellent structure and persuasiveness, leading to very significant insights and relevant future work. Well-structured and persuasive argument Insightful conclusion draws together key issues and possible future work. Structured and fairly convincing argument leads to conclusion that summarises key issues. Argument has some structure and development towards conclusion with limitations in summary of issues. Argument is unstructured, no recognizable conclusion. No evidence of argument or conclusion.

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