Assessment 3: QRP management planDue date: Week 11Group/individual:

Assessment 3: QRP management plan
Due date: Week 11
Group/individual: Group
Word count/Time provided: 3500 words
Weighting: 35%
Unit Learning Outcomes: ULO1, ULO2, ULO3, ULO4, ULO5
Assessment 3 Detail
This assessment requires students to work in a group of 3 to analyse a real-life project, either completed (within last five years) or ongoing to evaluate and discuss its QRP management plan (Quality management, risk management, procurement management) in successful delivery of the project. Student can select project in their field of interest, but project must be aligned with the discipline of project management. Following resources may assist student in selecting a real-life project:
• The Australian Government’s Department Infrastructure and Transport. National
Infrastructure Construction Schedule (NICS): https://www.nics.gov.au/Project •
Transport for UNSW: https://www.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects
• City of Sydney, Changing urban precincts: http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/vision/changing-urban-precincts
Assessments 3 Marking Criteria and Rubric
The assessment will be marked out of 100 and will be weighted 35% of the total unit mark. The marking criteria and rubric are shown on the following page.
Assessment 3 Marking Criteria
Marking Criteria Not Satisfactory
(0-49% of the criterion mark) Satisfactory
(50-64% of the criterion mark) Good
(65-74% of the criterion mark) Very Good
(75-84% of the criterion mark) Excellent
(85-100% of the criterion mark)
Case project identification and assessment
(20 marks)
• No evidence of case project identification and
assessment •
• Case project is identified but no focus on project type and industry sector. Some assessment is presented such as characteristics of project, context and challenges. • Case project identified is appropriate with focus on project type and industry sector.
• Good assessment is presented with focus on context, challenges, characteristics. •
• Case project is well identified and a very good analysis on project type, industry sector
Context, challenges, characteristics, needs risk and opportunities are well presented • Case project is very well identified and an excellent analysis on project type, industry context, challenges, characteristics, needs, constraints, risk, opportunities, uncertainties, stakeholders, and best practice is presented.
• Discussion on QRP and their potential impacts on project delivery/plan is well discussed.
QRP management plan
(45 marks)
• No work on QRP management plan is presented. • QRP management plan is presented with no comparison against project objectives, business case, need and constraints. • QRP management plan is presented with comparison against project objectives, business case, constraints and challenges. •
• QRP management plan is well presented with comparison against project objectives, business case, constraints, challenges, requirements.
Best practice model is also discussed with key success factors. • QRP management plan
is very well presented with comparison against project objectives, business case, constraints, challenges and requirements.
• Best practice model is also discussed with key success factors along with control and management processes to ensure successful project delivery.
Clarity of expression
(20 marks)





The writing is poor with no logical flow and has grammatical errors. Information is limited, unclear and the depth is not adequately developed.
The idea is a simple restatement of the topic.
Demonstration of a limited sense of purpose or theme Insufficient understanding of the topic. • The writing is satisfactory and exhibits majority of grammatically correct sentences that are appropriately punctuated with some spelling or typing errors
• The writing does not go far enough in expanding key issues/ concepts.
• The writing requires further information to clarify main arguments. The writing is fluent and coherent with good structure exhibiting grammatically correct sentences that are appropriately punctuated with minor spelling or typing error. •
• The writing is fluent and coherent with very good structure exhibiting grammatically correct sentences that are appropriately punctuated with few spelling or typing error. The writing is used to support the main ideas and convince the reader of the argument who is left in no doubt of the purpose. • The writing is fluent and coherent with excellent structure and presentation exhibiting grammatically correct sentences that are appropriately punctuated with no minor spelling or typing error.
• The writing perceives a sense of the wider context of the ides
Presentation and referencing
(15 marks)



• The writing shows insufficient application
of the recommended style of referencing (APIC Harvard style) The writing shows no intext citation
In-text citation does to match with citation under Reference list Report is not formatted and presented as per the APIC Assessment presentation guidelines. • The writing shows inconsistent application of the recommended style of referencing (APIC Harvard style)
• In-text citation match with the citation under Reference list
• Report is formatted and presented as per the APIC Assessment presentation guidelines to some extent.
• The writing shows good
application of the recommended style of referencing (APIC Harvard style) with some errors in referencing
• Report is formatted and presented as per the APIC Assessment presentation guidelines to large extent.


The writing shows very good application of the recommended style of referencing (APIC Harvard style) with few errors in referencing Report is well formatted but not presented exactly as per the APIC
Assessment presentation guidelines • The writing shows excellent application of the recommended style of referencing (APIC Harvard style) with no error in referencing
• Report is formatted and presented exactly as per the APIC Assessment presentation guidelines.

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