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Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management (BIN4049-N-BF1) Assessment Brief 2021 (ECA 100%): The assessment for this module is a 100% weighted 3000-word report

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Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management (BIN4049-N-BF1)

Assessment Brief 2021

(ECA 100%): The assessment for this module is a 100% weighted 3000-word report.

This report is to be submitted via the link on Blackboard no later than 4pm on Friday 14th of January 2021

The assessment will require students to select a suitable case study organisation identifying a potential supply chain issue and provide a comparative literature review which outlines recommendations which will solve, or reduce the risk of such issues occuring.

This assessment requires you to critically evaluate academic literature and develop recommendations to a supply chain or logistics issue.

To do this you are required to identify a suitable organisation and supply chain problem from recent news or company press releases and offer potential solutions to the issues faced.

The report will need to be in an appropriate professional format and MUST contain the following:

  1. A description of the case organisation chosen and the supply chain/logistics issue identified.
  2. A critical analysis of the issue chosen, including potential causes supported by academic literature.
  3. A comparative literature review which critically analyses contemporary research/industry best practice with the aim of developing a suitable set of recommendations to the organisation.
  4. A short conclusion summarising your recommendations and their rationale.           

Marking Guidance

The following table breaks down mark allocations for the report:

Criterion

Please refer to the Generic University Assessment Marking

Criteria and see below for the content specific criteria

Indicative Weighting

%

Mark

A description of the case organisation chosen and the supply chain/logistics issue identified.

15

 

A critical analysis of the issue chosen, including potential causes supported by academic literature.

20

 

A comparative literature review which critically analyses contemporary research/industry best practice with the aim of developing a suitable set of recommendations to the organisation.

40

 

A short conclusion summarising your recommendations and their rationale.    

15

 

Presentation and Referencing

10

 

Total

100

 

Please note the pass mark is 50%

 

 

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Postgraduate Generic Assessment Criteria

Band

Generic Criteria

90-100%

An excellent critical and complete demonstration of understanding in all key areas of knowledge relevant to the work and demonstrating an innovative and creative approach. Evidence throughout the work of a sustained ability to synthesise and interpret complex concepts, to make inferences and to provide an original and/or compelling argument and discussion. Excellent structure and immaculate presentation, with cogent use of academic language and grounded in a pertinent and substantial selection of source materials. Excellent use of appropriate analytical and research methods and addresses ethical considerations in an informed and perceptive manner.  Exceptional ability to link and critically analyse theory and practice where appropriate.

80-89%

An excellent, critical and systematic demonstration of understanding in all key areas of knowledge relevant to the work. Evidence throughout of the ability to synthesise and interpret complex concepts to provide a compelling argument and discussion. Very good structure and presentation, with confident use of academic language and grounded in a relevant and extensive selection of source materials. Excellent use of appropriate analytical and research methods and fully addresses ethical considerations.  Excellent ability to link and critically analyse theory and practice where appropriate.

70-79%

An excellent, critical and organised demonstration of understanding in all key areas of knowledge relevant to the work. Evidence throughout of the ability to synthesise and interpret diverse concepts to provide a sound argument and discussion. Good structure and presentation, with fluent use of academic language and grounded in an appropriate and comprehensive selection of source materials. Very effective use of appropriate analytical and research methods and consideration of ethical implications.  Very good ability to link and critically analyse theory and practice where appropriate.

60-69%

A proficient, clearly stated and analytical demonstration of understanding in all key areas of knowledge relevant to the work. Evidence of the ability to integrate and analyse diverse concepts in a rational and logical argument and discussion. Wellstructured and clearly presented work, with fluent use of academic language and utilising a relevant and extensive range of source materials. Effective use of appropriate analytical and research methods and consideration of ethical issues.

Good ability to link and critically analyse theory and practice where appropriate.

50-59%

An acceptable and substantiated demonstration of understanding in all key areas of knowledge relevant to the work. Evidence of the ability to integrate and analyse diverse concepts in a reasoned and valid argument and discussion. Adequately structured and presented work, with clear use of academic language and reference to a sufficient range of relevant source materials. Adequate use of

 

 

appropriate analytical and research methods and does address ethical considerations. Effective linking of theory and practice where appropriate.

40-49%

A limited, insufficient and/or inaccurate understanding in key areas of knowledge relevant to the work. Insufficient evidence of ability to integrate and analyse concepts to provide a valid discussion. Unacceptably structured and presented work, with insufficient use of academic language and conventions. A limited range of source materials is used. Limited or ineffective use of analytical and research methods and limited coverage of ethical considerations.  Inadequate linking of theory and practice where applicable.

30-39%

A descriptive and/or narrative account, with little critical and/or flawed understanding of key areas of knowledge relevant to the work. Insufficient evidence of ability to discuss fundamental concepts. Unclear and and/or unevidenced argument and discussion. Poorly structured and presented work, with little use of academic language and conventions. A narrow and/or inappropriate range of source materials and analytical and research methods is used. Failure to identify ethical considerations and to link theory and practice where applicable.

0-29%

A weakly descriptive and/or narrative account, with no analytical content and/or significant inaccuracies in understanding of key areas of knowledge relevant to the work. Little or no evidence of research and the ability to discuss fundamental concepts. No awareness of ethical issues. Unclear and unsourced arguments and discussion. Flawed structure and presentation, with negligible attention to academic language or conventions. Some or all source materials are unreferenced and/or irrelevant. Failure to link theory and practice where applicable.

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