Course Title: Manage operational plan
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term1 2010
Course Code: BUSM6253C
Course Title: Manage operational plan
School: 350T Fashion & Textiles
Campus: Brunswick Campus
Program: C5222 - Diploma of Management
Course Contact : Peter Bonnell
Course Contact Phone: 61 3 9925 9171
Course Contact Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
61 3 9925 9145
Nominal Hours: 60
Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.
Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
This unit specifies the outcomes required to develop and monitor the implementation of the operational plan to provide efficient and effective workplace practices within the organisation’s productivity and profitability plans. Management at a strategic level requires systems and procedures to be developed and implemented to facilitate the organisation’s operational plan.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
BSBMGT515A Manage operational plan
1. Develop operational plan
1.1 Research, analyse and document resource requirements and develop an operational plan in consultation with relevant personnel, colleagues and specialist resource managers
By the end of the course you will acquire the skills and knowledge to develop an operational plan, monitor and review operational performance and lan and manage resource acquisition in order to carry out the work described in the plan.
Details of Learning Activities
This unit comprises a range of learning activities such as tutorials, online activities, case studies, videos,group work and exercises.
Students are engaged in activities that explore the elements that are part of " Managing the Operational Plan" such as The Operations Management Process,Designing Operational Process,The use of Technology,Implementing systems and linking Operations to the External Environment.
Students will also be engaged in:
- Observation and investigation ( Problem Solving )
- Research,collect and analyse data (Planning & Organising )
- Group discussion on Operational strategies/issues and concerns ( Teamwork )
- Use of technology for reports or data collecting ( Technology )
- Use of self evaluation ( Learning )
- Online activities (Technology )
- Use technology to present information ( Communication & Technology )
Students will also be able to apply these skills and theories when working with teams on a work place project and all of the skills for Managing the Operational Plan are used whether providing either a Product or Service.
Lecture Sequence Unit of Competency Lecture dates Discussion Topics Assessments
Lecture 1 Program introduction 18th February 2010 •Introduction of program
•Introduction of assessment process
•Building an evidence portfolio
•Code of Conduct
•Gantt Chart Overview
Lecture 2 BSBPMG510A Manage Projects 25th February •Define the project
•Scope & limitations of the project
•Project Management tools
•Finalising the project Assessment: Project Summary for Managing Projects due 12/8/10
Lecture 3 BSBMGT515A Manage Operational Plan 4th March •Operational Plans
•Monitor & review operational performance
•Solving problems/decision making Assessment: Operational Plans:
Action Plan/Gantt Chart Due 12/8/10
Lecture 4 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 11h March •Team performance plan
•Task : team purpose
•Team cohesion Belbin Questionnaire
Lecture 5 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 25th March •Communication foundations
Lecture 6 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 8th April •Managing Conflict
Lecture 7 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 15th April •Leadership styles
Lecture 8 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 22nd April •Motivation
Lecture9 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 29th April •Individual differences
•Attitudes/Values Value surveys
Lecture 10 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 6th May •Personality Myers Briggs
Lecture 11 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 13th May • Problem solving tools
Lecture 12 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 20th May •Coaching/mentoring
Lecture 13 BSBWOR502A Ensure Team Effectiveness 27 May • Group/individual learning
Lecture 14 BSBLED 501A Workplace Learning 8th July • Learning Organisations
Lecture 15 BSBLED 501A Develop a Workplace Learning 15th July • Training & Development
Lecture 16 BSBLED501A Develop a Workplace Learning 22nd July • Learning Needs/Learning Plans
Lecture 17 BSBLED501A Workplace Learning Environments 29th July • Training Plans
Lecture 18 BSBLED501A Workplace Learning Environments 5th August • Training Assessment Evaluation
Lecture 19 BSBPMG510A Manage Projects 12th August • Individual project completions & deadlines Assessment: Project Summary
Lecture 20 BSBMGT515A Manage Operational Plan 19th August • Preparation for presentations
• Review Project Assessment Action Plan/Gantt Chart
Lecture 21 BSBLED501A Workplace Learning Environment 26th August • Presentations
• Completion of Assessment Portfolio Workplace Learning Training Plan due 6/9/10
Management Theory and Practice Chapter 22
Overview of Assessment
A person who demonstrates competence in this standard must be able to provide evidence of their ability to manage the implementation of the operational plans for department or section. This will include acquisition and use of resources, contingency planning, financial information and budgets, performance reports, and evidence of a system to monitor and adjust operational performance plans as required. Assessment is by submission of a portfolio indicating competency in work undertaken and appliction of theory to the work.
Assessment for this unit is based on the submission of a portfolio of evidence that clearly demonstrates the ability to Manage Operational plan.
This shall include items or activities that are part of " Managing the Operational Plan" and may include:
- The Operations Management Process
- The Design of a Operational Process
- The use of Technology
- The linking of Operations to the External Environment.
And this could be either a Product or Service and relate to a workbased project.
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