MIS500 Foundations Of Information Systems: Case Study Assessment 2 Answer

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BRIEF Subject Code and Title MIS500 Foundations of Information Systems 

Assessment Group Case Study 

Individual/Group Group 

Length Part A – Group report 3000 words

Part B – Group presentation 10 minutes plus 5 minutes

Learning Outcomes The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successful completion of the task below include: b. Apply business and IS knowledge and concepts to develop verifiable solutions and recommendations to address and support strategic goals of a business or an organisation. c. Develop and communicate a collaborative strategy which embodies the principles of agile methodology to stakeholders of an organisation. 

Task Summary In groups of no more than three (3) you are to act as consultants hired by the company the case study is based on, to create an information system for your client. Part A: In response to the case study provided, your group will produce a report explaining the information system plan you develop for your client. The report should be no more than 3000 words. Part B: Your group will present your ideas to the class (face-to-face students) or submit a video presentation (online students).

Context The development of your professional skills includes researching information systems to assist with organisational issues that are encountered in contemporary business. You will be learning important ‘agile’ skills to assist in the workplace, such as scrum meetings. Purpose: To conduct research in response to current business issues that your organisation will present. This project will require you to respond to a specific business issue that is presented to you and then design, collect, analyse, interpret, report and present data back to the business via your report. The case study is a real business.

Task Instructions  Form groups of no more than 3 members.

Part A Group report 1. Fibre Fashion – Case Study To complete this assessment task you are required to design an information system for Fibre Fashion to assist with their business. You have discussed Porter’s Value Chain in class and you should understand the Primary and support activities within businesses. For this assessment you need to concentrate on Marketing and Sales only.

2. Watch the case study video about Fibre Fashion (link below). This video will allow you to understand the business and where you, as consultants, can add value by improving their information systems in marketing and sales.

3. Fibre Fashion can also be found online at https://www.fibrefashion.com.au/ and on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/fibre_fashion_agency/

4. For further details about current information systems of Fibre Fashion, please see the Assessment 2 Database document and the OneBrands Fibre Sales Figures Contacts spreadsheet in the Assessment 2 area of Blackboard.

5. Based on the information provided as well as your own research (reading!) into information systems for SMEs (small to medium enterprise), write a report for Fibre Fashion to assist with their marketing and sales.

Structure of the report Please structure the group report as follows:  Title page  Introduction  Background to the issue you plan to solve (e.g. the excel spreadsheet is inefficient). Identify a research question  Research the issue and present a literature review  Analysis of the literature including other examples  Recommended Solution – explain the information system and how it will assist the business. You may use visuals to represent your ideas  Conclusion  References (quality and correct method of presentation. You must have a minimum of 15 references  Appendices should include: ‘scrum’ meeting minutes

Scrum meeting notes During the Trimester you will hold scrum meetings in your groups (in class or online in a discussion thread). Each group has five minutes to state what they have done and what they plan to do in the next week (each person in the group is required to speak every week). Any issues can be addressed in this time and groups are required to take minutes and update their status every scrum meeting. These meeting minutes then need to be attached to the report as an appendix.

PART B Presentation  Your group is required to present your final idea for the business in a ten (10) minute presentation pitched as though your lecturer is the client and you are selling the idea of your information system. Every group member must present a minimum of 2.5 minutes with an overall maximum of six slides (plus a reference list).

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