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    Assessment Task 2  Due Date  %  SILOs Assessed
    1,500-word paper on analysing a current Australian entrepreneur
    and his/her business venture
    Sunday 17th September, by
    11.55 pm (Week 8)
    30%  1, 7
    Submission Details
    LMS via Turnitin
    Grading Criteria and Feedback
    Please see LMS and detailed Grading Criteria below
    Description of Task

     Australian entrepreneur and his/her business venture 代寫
    Analyse a current Australian entrepreneur of your own choice.
    Individual assignment, report format with headings and sub-headings, 1.5 spacing to be used. Critical analyses and reflection on relevant
    theories required, not just a simple presentation of the biography of the entrepreneur. Suggested structure:
    ?  Cover page
    ?  Please indicate your full name, student ID, class day/time & tutor’s name
    ?  Introduction
    ?  Background of the entrepreneur
    ?  Discuss the background of the entrepreneur (i.e. history, development, family and socio-cultural background) to see what
    developed his/her entrepreneurial passion and contribute to this person’s success (with reflection on the relevant theories).
    ?  Entrepreneurial traits/characteristics
    ?  Discuss the characteristics of the entrepreneur (with reflection on the relevant theories).
    ?  Opportunity recognition and idea development process
    ?  Discuss the processes of opportunity recognition and idea development (with reflection on the relevant theories).
    ?  Competitive advantages
    ?  Discuss the type of business developed and the competitive advantage(s) of the business compared to that in the market.
    ?  Recommendations
    ?  Discuss future suggestions for the entrepreneur including different types of businesses or avenues (e.g. selling their business)
    he/she may take.
    ?  References (10-12 references required, at least half of the references should be academic, Harvard referencing style)

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    ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    [BUS3ENT]
    Subject Learning Guide
    Semester 2
    2017
    MELBOURNE (BUNDOORA), ALBURY-
    WODONGA, SHEPPARTON, BENDIGO,
    DANDENONG
    Subject Coordinator: Dr. Quan Anh Nguyen
    Instance Coordinators:
    Dr. Seyed Khaksar (Bendigo),
    Dr. William Keeton (Albury-Wodonga)
    For all subject inquiries:
    BUS3ENT@latrobe.edu.au
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    Table of Contents
    SUBJECT DETAILS  3
    GENERAL DETAILS  3
    ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS  3
    STAFF CONTACTS  3
    SUBJECT DESCRIPTION  3
    SUBJECT INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (SILOS)  4
    LATROBE ESSENTIALS  4
    GRADUATE CAPABILITIES  4
    LEARNING ACTIVITY SUMMARY  4
    ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK SUMMARY  5
    LEARNING RESOURCES  5
    STUDENT FEEDBACK ON SUBJECT SURVEY  6
    SUMMARY OF SFS FEEDBACK FROM LAST YEAR  6
    POLICIES, PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES  7
    A CADEMIC  I NTEGRITY 7
    E XTENSIONS , L ATE  S UBMISSIONS AND  P ENALTIES 7
    R ULES  - C OLLEGE /S CHOOL /D ISCIPLINE - SPECIFIC INFORMATION 8
    S TUDENT  C OMPLAINT 8
    S TUDENT  L EARNING  U NIT  (SL)  8
    L EARNING  M ANAGEMENT  S YSTEM  (LMS)  8
    L IBRARY 8
    S TUDENT  S UPPORT  S ERVICES 9
    P EER  L EARNING  A DVISERS 9
    R ESOURCES  - C OLLEGE /S CHOOL /D ISCIPLINE - SPECIFIC INFORMATION 9
    SCHEDULE OF LEARNING ACTIVITIES  10
    S ESSION  P LAN 10
    L EARNING  A CTIVITY  D ETAILS 11
    L EARNING  A CTIVITY  - C OLLEGE /S CHOOL /D ISCIPLINE - SPECIFIC  I NFORMATION 11
    ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK DETAILS  11
    D ETAILED  G RADING  C RITERIA 13
    A SSESSMENT  T ASK  1  13
    A SSESSMENT  T ASK  2  13
    A SSESSMENT  T ASK  3  13
    A SSESSMENT AND  F EEDBACK  - C OLLEGE /S CHOOL /D ISCIPLINE - SPECIFIC INFORMATION 13
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    Subject Details
    GENERAL DETAILS
    Subject Code:  BUS3ENT  Subject Title:  Entrepreneurship
    Teaching Period:  Semester 2  Location(s):  Melbourne (Bundoora), Albury-Wodonga, Shepparton, Bendigo,
    Dandenong
    Credit Points:  15  Mode:  Blended  Level:  3
    ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS
    Prerequisites:  NA
    Co-requisites:  NA
    Incompatibles:  MGT3IMP
    Assumed Skills & Knowledge:  Level 3 undergraduate subject
    It is assumed that students undertaking this subject already possess a sound
    understanding of basic management, business law, economical and accounting
    principles, theories and practices.
    Special Study Requirements:  Students with special needs whose participation in this subject might be limited by any
    study, attendance or participation requirements are strongly encouraged to consult the
    La Trobe University Academic and Literacy Learning (ALLU) and/or Equity and Access
    Unit (EAU) - either via email or in-person.
    Further information and contact details are available on the universities website.
    STAFF CONTACTS
    Role  Campus  Name  Email  Telephone  Room
    Subject Coordinator  Melbourne  Dr. Quan A. Nguyen  quan.nguyen@latrobe.edu.au  03 9479 6079  DWB327
    Instance Coordinators  Bendigo  Dr. Seyed Khaksar  s.khaksar@latrobe.edu.au  03 5444 7465 
    Albury-Wodonga  Dr. William Keeton  w.keeton@latrobe.edu.au  02 6024 9845 
    Workshop facilitators  Melbourne  Esha Thukral  t.esha@latrobe.edu.au  To email for appointment(s)
    Melbourne  Antony Jacobson  a.jacobson@latrobe.edu.au  To email for appointment(s)
    Melbourne  Ana Delevska  a.delevska@latrobe.edu.au  To email for appointment(s)
    Melbourne  Dr. Denny Thomas  d.thomas2@latrobe.edu.au  To email for appointment(s)
    Melbourne  John Presley  j.presley@latrobe.edu.au
    To email for appointment(s)
    Bendigo  Deb Allan  deb.allan@latrobe.edu.au
    To email for appointment(s)
    Shepparton  John McMorrow  j.mcmorrow@latrobe.edu.au
    To email for appointment(s)
    Dandenong  Eshan Ayra  e.arya@latrobe.edu.au
    To email for appointment(s)
    For subject-related inquiries, please email: BUS3ENT@latrobe.edu.au
    SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
    This subject offers you the opportunity to use disciplinary knowledge and skills to resolve a business challenge. The subject attracts
    students from a range of fields, bringing a multidisciplinary perspective to the researching, analysis and problem-solving aspects of the
    challenge. In teams, you will be required to design an original business plan aimed at creating sustainable value through the provision of a
    particular product or service to meet an identified market opportunity. The projects aim to enhance the well-being of your community or
    aim to solve a social, health, economic or environmental problem. The subject is designed to provide you with the opportunity to
    enhance, demonstrate and document work-ready skills appropriate to your chosen career path.
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    SUBJECT INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (SILOS)
    Upon successful completion of this subject, you should be able to :
    1
    Identify a business venture by analysing the environment and presenting alternative futures, and establish good social and financial
    outcomes.
    2

     Australian entrepreneur and his/her business venture 代寫
    Critically analyse a business plan by investigating opportunities to extend a business and adapt to achieve social and financial
    outcomes.
    3
    Present a convincing and novel identification of business problems from a company perspective and to evaluate future
    entrepreneurial ideas.
    4
    Engage with group members to offer diverse perspectives about a business and to reflect on the social, environmental and current
    issues facing a business.
    5  Formulate a business plan including values, norms and behaviours of an innovative or entrepreneurial idea.
    6  Design and deliver a group presentation about an entrepreneurial business venture.
    7
    Critically analyse a business venture by applying and monitoring the creative and innovative ideas that can be applied given the
    complex and dynamic global business environment.
    8  Participate in a team to analyse and present a case study about an entrepreneurial business.
    9  Develop and write a business plan using both professional and academic references.
    LATROBE ESSENTIALS
    The following Essentials are evaluated in this subject:
    Essentials  Assessment Task
    1  Global Citizenship  NA
    2  Innovation and Entrepreneurship  Assessment Tasks 1, 2, 3
    3  Sustainability Thinking  NA
    GRADUATE CAPABILITIES
    The following Graduate Capabilities (GCs) are evaluated in this subject:
    GC  GC Point
    a  Writing  Extension/Expansion
    b  Speaking  Extension/Expansion
    c  Cultural Literacy  Extension/Expansion
    d  Creative Problem-solving  Extension/Expansion
    e  Teamwork including leadership and working in groups  Extension/Expansion
    f  Autonomy and independence  Extension/Expansion
    g  Ethical behaviour  Extension/Expansion
    h  Adaptability Skills  Extension/Expansion
    i  Study and Learning Skills  Extension/Expansion
    LEARNING ACTIVITY SUMMARY
    Learning Activity:  Schedule
    Pre-workshop activities: Before attending the weekly 2-hour workshops, students are required to
    complete all pre-workshop readings and activities available on LMS.
    Weeks 31-43
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    Weekly 2-hour face-to-face workshops  Weeks 31-43
    Further information is available at http://www.latrobe.edu.au/timetable/
    ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK SUMMARY 
    Assessment Tasks:  Due Date  SILOs  GCs  %  Comments
    Assessment 1 (Group): Group
    presentation on an entrepreneurial
    business idea (15 minutes, maximum 4
    members per group; all group members
    must present, no exceptions; group
    allocation decided in Week 1- please
    email your group member names to
    your workshop facilitator)
    Starts from Week 4 to
    Week 6 – during
    normal workshop
    sessions – see
    workshop facilitators
    for timing of
    presentations
    3, 4, 6, 8  b, c, d, e  30%  ? Presentations to be made in class.
    Presentation slides MUST be
    submitted into LMS/Turnitin.
    ? Printed copy of power point slides
    must also be submitted to tutor
    BEFORE your presentation.
    ? All group members must be present
    and all members are supposed to
    receive the same grade.
    Assessment 2 (Individual): 1,500-word
    paper on analysing a current Australian
    entrepreneur and his/her business
    venture
    Sunday 17th Sep, by
    11.55 pm (Week 8)
    1, 7  h, i  30%  Hand-in on LMS/Turnitin
    Assessment 3 (Individual): 2,500-word
    business model and plan
    Sunday 15th Oct, by
    11.55 pm (Week 11)
    2, 5, 9  a, f, g  40%  Hand-in on LMS/Turnitin
    Note: Any requests for extensions must go through the special consideration process and lodged via Ask La Trobe
    with appropriate documentation.
    LEARNING RESOURCES
    Reading Type  Title  Author and Year  Publisher
    Prescribed textbook  Entrepreneurship and Small
    business (4 th Asia-Pacific
    edition, available in both print
    and ebook format).
    Schaper, Volery, Weber and
    Gibson (2014)
    John Wiley & Sons Australia
    Supplementary  Small Business Management:
    Entrepreneurship and Beyond
    (6 th Ed)
    Hatten (2016)  Cengage Learning Australia
    Supplementary New Venture Creation:
    Entrepreneurship for the 21 st
    Century (Pacific-Rim Ed)
    Timmons, Murray-Gillin,
    Burshtein and Spinelli (2010)
    McGraw-Hill Australia
    Supplementary Entrepreneurship: Successfully
    Launching New Ventures
    (Global Edition 5e) 
    Barringer, Ireland (2016) Pearson
    Supplementary The Entrepreneurship Journey:
    the road to starting your own
    venture
    O’Malia, Thomas Brandywine Publishing,
    California, USA
    Reference  Journal: Entrepreneurship:
    Theory and Practice
    United States Association of
    Small Business and
    Entrepreneurship (USASBE)
    Wiley Blackwell
    Reference  Journal of Small Business
    Management
    International Council of Small
    Business (ICSB)
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    SUMMARY OF SFS FEEDBACK FROM LAST YEAR
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    Schedule of Learning Activities
    Session Plan
    Week  Date  Topic  Activity  Assess-
    ment %
    Resources  SILOs  GCs
    1  w/b
    24 th Jul
    Creating an
    Entrepreneurial
    Mindset and
    Introduction to Subject
    Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Chapter 1 (prescribed
    textbook)
    Other readings posted on
    LMS
    2  w/b
    31 st Jul
    Opportunity and
    Innovative ideas
    Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Chapter 2 (prescribed
    textbook)
    Other readings posted on
    LMS
    3  w/b
    7 th Aug
    Commercialisation and
    Entrepreneurial
    Opportunities
    Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Chapter 3 (prescribed
    textbook)
    Other readings posted on
    LMS
    4  w/b
    14 th Aug
    Social Entrepreneurship Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Group presentations
    (Assessment 1)
    30%
    Part of Chapter 5
    (prescribed textbook)
    Other readings posted on
    LMS
    3, 4, 6,
    8
    b, c,
    d, e
    5  w/b
    21 st Aug
    Design Thinking and
    Lean Startup
    Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Group presentations
    (Assessment 1)
    30%
    Readings and other
    materials posted on LMS
    3, 4, 6,
    8
    b, c,
    d, e
    6  w/b
    28 th Aug
    Business Model Canvas  Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Group presentations
    (Assessment 1)

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    30%
    Readings and other
    materials posted on LMS
    3, 4, 6,
    8
    b, c,
    d, e
    7  w/b
    4 th Sep
    Business Plan Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Chapter 8 (prescribed
    textbook)
    Other readings posted on
    LMS
    8  w/b
    11 th Sep
    Entrepreneurial
    Marketing
    Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Assessment 2 due this week
    (Sunday 17 th Sep)
    30%
    Chapter 12 (prescribed
    textbook)
    1, 7
    h, i
    9  w/b
    18 th Sep
    Entrepreneurial
    Finance
    Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Chapter 10 (prescribed
    textbook)
    Semester vacation 
    10  w/b
    2 nd Oct
    Entrepreneurial Capital
    (Startup Concerns and
    Financial Preparation)
    Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Readings posted on LMS
    Chapter 15 (prescribed
    textbook)
    11  w/b
    9 th Oct
    Entrepreneurship in
    Organisations
    Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Assessment 3 due this week
    (Sunday 15 th Oct)  40%
    Chapter 18 (prescribed
    textbook)
    2, 5, 9  a, f, g
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    ment %
    Resources  SILOs  GCs
    12  w/b
    16 th Oct
    Sustainable
    Entrepreneurship
    Pre-class readings and preparations
    Workshop activities
    Readings and other
    materials posted on LMS
    Part of Chapter 5
    (prescribed textbook)
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    Assessment and Feedback Details
    Assessment Task 1  Due Date  %  SILOs Assessed
    Group presentation  Starts Week 4 to Week 6 –
    during normal workshop
    sessions – see workshop
    leader for timing of
    presentations
    30%  3, 4, 6, 8
    Submission Details
    Submit your group’s presentation slides into LMS one day prior to the date of presentation.
    Email your group’s presentation slides to your tutor, and bring a printed copy of the slides to hand in to your tutor at the start of your
    presentation.
    Grading Criteria and Feedback
    Please see LMS and detailed Grading Criteria below
    Description of Task
    Describe a new Australia-based entrepreneurial venture that your group could enter into.
    Suggested structure:
    ?  Cover slide:
    ?  Please indicate ALL group members’ full names, student IDs, class day/time & tutor’s name
    ?  Introduction of business idea
    ?  Describe the business idea. What makes your business differentiated from current rivals’ offering in the market?
    ?  Have you taken into consideration the impact of cultural context in developing the business idea?
    ?  Market opportunities
    ?  Discuss the market opportunities for this entrepreneurial-based venture. Support your ideas with relevant facts & figures.
    ?  Entrepreneurial traits/characteristics
    ?  Discuss the entrepreneurial characteristics/mindset/traits of the founding team members and how they might contribute to
    the venture’s success.
    ?  Key considerations
    ?  How can the entrepreneurial venture be launched (key considerations in terms of resources, marketing and finance)?
    ?  Sustainable values
    ?  What sustainable values (e.g. social, health, economic, environmental etc) can the entrepreneurial venture contribute to the
    market and/or local communities/society?
    ?  References (at least 5 references required for the presentation)
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    Assessment Task 2  Due Date  %  SILOs Assessed
    1,500-word paper on analysing a current Australian entrepreneur
    and his/her business venture
    Sunday 17th September, by
    11.55 pm (Week 8)
    30%  1, 7
    Submission Details
    LMS via Turnitin
    Grading Criteria and Feedback
    Please see LMS and detailed Grading Criteria below
    Description of Task
    Analyse a current Australian entrepreneur of your own choice.
    Individual assignment, report format with headings and sub-headings, 1.5 spacing to be used. Critical analyses and reflection on relevant
    theories required, not just a simple presentation of the biography of the entrepreneur. Suggested structure:
    ?  Cover page
    ?  Please indicate your full name, student ID, class day/time & tutor’s name
    ?  Introduction
    ?  Background of the entrepreneur
    ?  Discuss the background of the entrepreneur (i.e. history, development, family and socio-cultural background) to see what
    developed his/her entrepreneurial passion and contribute to this person’s success (with reflection on the relevant theories).
    ?  Entrepreneurial traits/characteristics
    ?  Discuss the characteristics of the entrepreneur (with reflection on the relevant theories).
    ?  Opportunity recognition and idea development process
    ?  Discuss the processes of opportunity recognition and idea development (with reflection on the relevant theories).
    ?  Competitive advantages
    ?  Discuss the type of business developed and the competitive advantage(s) of the business compared to that in the market.
    ?  Recommendations
    ?  Discuss future suggestions for the entrepreneur including different types of businesses or avenues (e.g. selling their business)
    he/she may take.
    ?  References (10-12 references required, at least half of the references should be academic, Harvard referencing style)
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    Assessment Task 3  Due Date  %  SILOs Assessed
    Individual business model and plan  Sunday 15th October, by 11.55
    pm (Week 11)
    40%  2, 5, 9
    Submission Details
    LMS via Turnitin
    Grading Criteria and Feedback
    Please see LMS and detailed Grading Criteria below
    Description of Task
    Prepare a business model & plan for an Australia-based, brand new business venture that you might enter into in the future.
    Individual assignment, 2,500 word limit, report format with headings and sub-headings, 1.5 spacing to be used. Make sure that you have
    also reviewed the additional resources on the LMS about the parts/suggested structure of a good business model and plan.
    Suggested structure:
    Cover page (please indicate your full name, student ID, class day/time & tutor’s name)
    Table of Contents
    Executive Summary (not included in word count)
    Section headings
    ?  Introduction (a clear introduction of the business idea, make sure that first time readers can understand your business idea)
    ?  Business Model Canvas
    o  Customer Segments
    o  Value Proposition
    o  Customer Relationships
    o  Channels
    o  Key Activities
    o  Key Resources
    o  Key Partners
    o  Revenue Structure
    o  Cost Structure
    o  Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
    ?  Feasibility analysis
    o  Market feasibility
    o  Technical feasibility
    o  Human feasibility
    o  Financial feasibility
    References (12-15 references required, at least 40% of the references should be academic, Harvard referencing style)
    Appendix
    Detailed Grading Criteria
    Assessment Task 1
    See Appendix 1
    Assessment Task 2
    See Appendix 2
    Assessment Task 3
    See Appendix 3
    Assessment and Feedback - College/School/Discipline-specific information
    Appendix 1 - Grading criteria - Assessment 1 (Group Presentation) – Entrepreneurial business venture (30%)
    Criteria  GCs.  SILOs  Excellent (A 80-100%)  Very Good (B 70-79%)  Good (C 60-69%)  Pass (D 50-59%)  Fail (N 0-49%)  Mark(s)
    Analysis and
    Recommend-
    ations (Critical
    Thinking)
    Critical
    Thinking
    Inquiry/
    Research
    Strategically and critically analyses and
    evaluates the market opportunities,
    and key considerations in terms of
    resources, marketing, and finance of
    the entrepreneurial venture, and the
    entrepreneurial mindset and
    characteristics of the founding team.
    Strategically and critically analyses and
    evaluates the market opportunities, and
    key considerations in terms of resources,
    marketing, and finance of the
    entrepreneurial venture, and the
    entrepreneurial mindset and
    characteristics of the founding team.
    Analysis and evaluation may have a few
    minor gaps.
    Analysis and evaluation demonstrate
    strategic and critical thinking, but
    include several gaps.
    Analysis and evaluation have a
    number of significant gaps, and/or
    need further clarification.
    Analysis and evaluation are very
    superficial and lacking in depths.
    /10
    Problem-
    solving
    Creative
    problem-
    solving
    03
    Excellent understanding of the
    constructed and real life problems,
    addressed by identifying and
    describing viable entrepreneurial
    idea(s) using conceptual, analytical
    and problem-solving strategies.
    Good understanding of the constructed
    and real life problems, addressed by
    identifying and describing viable
    entrepreneurial idea(s) using conceptual,
    analytical and problem-solving strategies.
    Basic but adequate understanding of
    the constructed and real life
    problems.
    Some gaps in identifying and
    describing viable entrepreneurial
    idea(s) using conceptual, analytical
    and problem-solving strategies.
    Some understanding of the
    constructed and real life problems.
    Major gaps in identifying and
    describing viable entrepreneurial
    idea(s) using conceptual, analytical
    and problem-solving strategies.
    Lack of understanding of the
    constructed and real life
    problems.
    Viable entrepreneurial idea(s) are
    not well identified and/or
    described.
    /5
    Cultural
    understanding
    Cultural
    literacy
    04
    Demonstrates an outstanding
    understanding of cultural diversity and
    impact of the cultural context,
    especially in developing the business
    idea and responding to market
    conditions and the needs and wants of
    the customers and stakeholders.
    Demonstrates good awareness of cultural
    diversity and understands the impact of
    the cultural context. Some minor gaps in
    responding to the cultural context and
    the needs and wants of customers and
    stakeholders.
    Demonstrates good awareness of
    cultural diversity and impact of the
    cultural context. Several gaps in
    responding to the cultural context
    and the needs and wants of
    customers and stakeholders.
    Awareness of cultural diversity is
    taken into consideration when
    developing the business idea.
    Attempts are made to adjust to
    cultural context, and the needs and
    wants of the customers and
    stakeholders.
    Lack of awareness of cultural
    diversity, especially in relation to
    developing the business idea and
    responding to market conditions
    and the needs and wants of the
    customers and stakeholders.
    /5
    Speaking
    Speaking
    06
    Effective, well-delivered, balanced and
    well-paced presentation; Excellent use
    of communication tools to engage the
    audience.
    Well-delivered and balanced
    presentation. Good use of
    communication tools to engage the
    audience. Kept within the time limit
    allocated to presentation.
    Good presentation, with some pauses
    and over- reliance on notes. Minor
    lapses in structure. Presentation ran
    slightly over or under allocated time.
    Presentation sometimes lacked in
    clarity and a logical progression of
    ideas. A hesitant presentation with
    many pauses and stumbles; and/or
    presenters had to either pad out the
    time or cut sections to keep to time.
    While some ideas were identified,
    failed to present them in a logical
    manner. Failed to engage with the
    audience or present a clear
    argument. Failed to keep to the
    time allocated and present the
    appropriate information.
    /5
    Teamwork
    Teamwork
    including
    leadership
    & working
    in groups
    08
    Holistic reflection of divergent
    perspectives and insights into the task,
    representative of various informed
    positions on the topic.
    Well integrated contribution by all of the
    team, which reflects, accounts for and
    synthesises different perspectives into a
    focussed presentation.
    Work reflects a co-ordinated
    contribution by all of the team, and
    constructs a sustained focus in its
    response to the task.
    Work reflects a disparate
    contribution by the team, but
    maintains relevant focus in its
    response to the task.
    Work reflects little or no co-
    ordination of the contribution by
    various team members, and/or
    has no central objective or focus.
    /5
    COMMENTS /30
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    Appendix 2 - Grading criteria - Assessment 2 (Individual Report) – Australian entrepreneur analysis (30%)
    Criteria  GCs.  SILOs  Excellent (A 80-100%)  Very Good (B 70-79%)  Good (C 60-69%)  Pass (D 50-59%)  Fail (N 0-49%)  Mark(s)
    Discipline knowledge  Disciplinary knowledge is clearly
    presented. Uses disciplinary
    language authoritatively; shows
    critical understanding of the
    relevant theories, issue
    presented; demonstrates depth
    and accuracy of understanding.
    Disciplinary knowledge is clearly
    presented. Uses disciplinary
    language competently, shows a
    proficient awareness of the
    relevant theories, issues, and
    demonstrates accuracy of
    understanding.
    Disciplinary knowledge is
    presented. Uses disciplinary
    language approaching
    competency, shows an
    awareness of the issue
    presented and demonstrates
    limited content
    understanding.
    Disciplinary knowledge
    lacks clarity. Uses
    disciplinary language
    tentatively, shows an
    awareness of the issue
    presented and some
    evidence of gaining new
    understanding.
    Disciplinary knowledge is
    unclear. Does not use the
    language of the discipline in
    a sustained fashion, and
    demonstrates no evidence
    of gaining new
    understanding.
    /5
    Analysis and
    Recommendations
    (Critical Thinking)
    Critical
    Thinking
    Inquiry/
    Research
    Strategically and critically
    analyses and evaluates the
    background & traits of the
    entrepreneur and key businesses
    developed, the opportunity
    recognition process, the
    competitive advantages of the
    businesses, and making
    justifiable, evidence-based
    recommendations.
    Strategically and critically
    analyses and evaluates the
    background & traits of the
    entrepreneur and key
    businesses developed, the
    opportunity recognition process,
    the competitive advantages of
    the businesses, with some minor
    gaps. Recommendations are
    justifiable and evidence-based.
    Overall, analysis and
    evaluation show critical
    thinking but include several
    gaps. Recommendations are
    evidence-based but may not
    be fully justifiable.
    Analysis and evaluation
    have a number of
    significant gaps, and/or
    need further clarification.
    Recommendations may not
    be evidence-based or fully
    justifiable.
    Analysis and evaluation are
    very superficial and lacking
    in depth.
    Recommendations are not
    evidence-based and/or
    justifiable.
    /13
    Referencing  Writing  Employs an accurate academic
    referencing convention citing
    multiple sources.
    Employs an accurate academic
    referencing convention citing
    multiple sources, with some
    minor errors.
    Employs a basic academic
    referencing convention
    appropriate to the discipline,
    with an adequate number of
    sources, but with several
    errors.
    Employs a basic academic
    referencing convention
    appropriate to the
    discipline with limited
    sources and a large number
    of errors
    Shows unfamiliarity with,
    and inconsistent
    application of the
    conventions of academic
    referencing with
    inadequate sources.
    /2
    Adaptability skills  Adaptability
    skills
    01  Demonstrates strong awareness
    and evaluation of the
    entrepreneur’s ability to operate
    effectively in a diverse, complex,
    and globally oriented society.
    Demonstrates awareness and

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    evaluation of the entrepreneur’s
    ability to operate effectively in a
    diverse, complex, and globally
    oriented society, with some
    minor gaps
    Demonstrates awareness and
    evaluation of the
    entrepreneur’s ability to
    operate effectively in a
    diverse, complex, and globally
    oriented society, but has a
    number of gaps.
    Attempts to demonstrate
    awareness but fails to
    adequately conceptualise
    the entrepreneur’s ability
    to operate effectively in a
    diverse, complex, and
    globally oriented society.
    Shows lack of awareness in
    terms of the entrepreneur’s
    ability to operate
    effectively in a diverse,
    complex, and globally
    oriented society.
    /5
    Study and learning
    skills
    Study and
    learning
    skills
    07  Exhibits an outstanding ability to
    learn and evaluate an Australian
    entrepreneur and accomplish
    the task by applying a wide
    range of relevant strategies and
    learning skills.
    Exhibits an good ability to learn
    and evaluate an Australian
    entrepreneur and accomplish
    the task by applying a range of
    relevant strategies and learning
    skills.
    Exhibits an adequate ability to
    learn and evaluate an
    Australian entrepreneur.
    Demonstrates a number of
    strategies and learning skills
    with some gaps in the
    application.
    Exhibits some ability to
    learn and evaluate an
    Australian entrepreneur.
    Demonstrates a basic use
    of strategies and learning
    skills.
    Failure to accomplish the
    task. Lack of ability to
    evaluate an Australian
    entrepreneur and
    demonstrate relevant
    strategies and learning
    skills.
    /5
    COMMENTS /30
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    Appendix 3 - Grading criteria - Assessment 3 (Individual Business Model and Plan) (40%)
    Criteria  GCs.  SILOs  Excellent (A 80-100%)  Very Good (B 70-79%)  Good (C 60-69%)  Pass (D 50-59%)  Fail (N 0-49%)  Mark(s)
    Discipline
    knowledge
    Disciplinary knowledge is clearly
    presented. Uses disciplinary language
    authoritatively; shows critical
    understanding of the relevant theories,
    issue presented, demonstrates depth
    and accuracy of understanding.
    Disciplinary knowledge is clearly
    presented. Uses disciplinary
    language competently, shows a
    proficient awareness of the
    relevant theories, issues, and
    demonstrates accuracy of
    understanding.
    Disciplinary knowledge is
    presented. Uses disciplinary
    language approaching competency,
    shows an awareness of the issue
    presented and demonstrates
    limited content understanding.
    Disciplinary knowledge lacks
    clarity. Uses disciplinary language
    tentatively, shows an awareness of
    the issue presented and some
    evidence of gaining new
    understanding.
    Disciplinary knowledge is
    unclear. Does not use the
    language of the discipline in a
    sustained fashion, and
    demonstrates no evidence of
    gaining new understanding.
    /5
    Analysis and
    Recommen-
    dations (Critical
    Thinking)
    Critical Thinking
    Inquiry/
    Research
    02  Strategically and critically analyses and
    evaluates components of the business
    model canvas, and the feasibility of the
    business in terms of market,
    technology, human and financial
    resources, and making justifiable,
    evidence-based recommendations.
    Strategically and critically analyses
    and evaluates components of the
    business model canvas, and the
    feasibility of the business in terms
    of market, technology, human and
    financial resources, with some
    minor omissions.
    Recommendations are evidence-
    based and justifiable.
    Overall, analysis and evaluation
    show critical thinking but include
    several gaps. Recommendations
    are evidence-based but may not be
    fully justifiable.
    Analysis and evaluation have a
    number of significant gaps, and/or
    need further clarification.
    Recommendations may not be
    evidence-based or fully justifiable.
    Analysis and evaluation are
    very superficial and lacking in
    depths.
    Recommendations are not
    evidence-based and/or
    justifiable.
    /20
    Independent
    thought
    Autonomy and
    independence
    02  Demonstrates an outstanding original
    approach and excellent level of
    independent thinking. Effectively
    manages time and resources to
    complete all parts of the task.
    Shows good level of independent
    thinking with an original approach.
    Completes all required tasks with
    good use of time and resources.
    Shows originality and acceptable
    level of independent thinking.
    Some minor parts are incomplete.
    Some originality and acceptable
    level of independent thinking. A
    number of parts are incomplete
    and missing evidence of
    independent thought.
    Lack of originality and poor
    demonstration of
    independent thinking. Failure
    to fully complete the task due
    to ineffective management of
    time and resources.
    /5
    Ethical
    awareness
    Ethical
    behaviour
    05  Excellent recognition of the
    implications for their own ethical and
    values framework when interacting
    with different values-based
    perspectives in professional and global
    concerns.
    Very good recognition of the
    implications for their own ethical
    and values framework when
    interacting with different values-
    based perspectives in professional
    and global concerns.
    Acknowledges and engages other
    ethical and values- based
    perspectives in professional,
    societal or global concerns.
    Limited engagement with other
    ethical and values- based
    perspectives in professional,
    societal or global concerns.
    No engagement with other
    ethical and values- based
    perspectives in professional,
    societal or global concerns.
    /5
    Writing and
    Referencing
    Writing  09  Plan is well structured, with fluent and
    cohesive presentation of ideas.
    Sophisticated academic language
    throughout, with excellent use of
    supporting evidence. Persuasively
    addresses the task, and employs a
    relevant approach.
    Employs an accurate academic
    referencing convention citing multiple
    sources.
    Plan is logically structured, with
    some minor inconsistencies in
    cohesion and presentation of ideas,
    and /or grammar and spelling.
    Sustained use of supporting
    evidence with a clearly focus on the
    task.
    Employs an accurate academic
    referencing convention citing
    multiple sources, with some minor
    errors.
    Plan is somewhat logically
    structured using appropriate
    academic language, with
    appropriate use of evidence in
    addressing the task.
    Employs a basic academic
    referencing convention
    appropriate to the discipline.
    Includes an adequate number of
    sources. Several errors in
    referencing, grammar and/or
    punctuation.
    Attempts logical structure, sighting
    some evidence, without
    constructing a clear response to
    the task. Limited use of
    appropriate academic language,
    with a number of grammatical
    errors.
    Employs a basic academic
    referencing convention
    appropriate to the discipline with
    limited sources and/or a number of
    significant errors
    The work does not employ a
    structured approach to the
    task. The writing is unclear
    and poorly constructed.
    Shows unfamiliarity with, and
    inconsistent application of the
    conventions of academic
    referencing with inadequate
    sources.
    /5
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