Plan and Management Resource Acquisition
Part 4: Expenditure payment approval form
|For completion by person verifying payment:|
|Date 02.02.17||Invoice date|
|Job/project number:||Project title: Managing operational plan|
|Description of payment: |
|Payment amount: $ 5,004,714||⬜ ex. GST ⬜ inc. GST|
|Signature of person verifying payment||Signature of delegated manager|
|For completion by finance:|
|Account number||Account name||Amount|
|Total Payable:||$ 6,000,000|
Part 5: Interview Planning Template:
|1. Interview types||The different types of interviews that are held in managing different operational planning are:-|
a) Telephonic Interview: In the telephonic interview process helps in understanding the candidates by the phone.
b) Group Interview:- The group interview helps in collecting more information based on the group discussion of many candidates.
c) Face to face interview:- In the face to face interview helps in developing the communication skills and attitudes of candidates (Mann, 2016).
d) Sequential Interview:- In the sequential interview process helps in the development of proper sequence of the set questions.
e) Dinner or lunch interview:- This interview process helps staff for getting a chance of improving the interpersonal and communication skills.
f) Panel Interview:- This interviews are based on many people sitting in a panel.
There are certain formats of interview that helps in preparing of answers. This are as follows:-
a) Informal or formal based interview:- In the formal and informal process of interview helps in the development of interest of candidates (Walsh & Bull, 2015).
b) Second interview:-The second interview assists the candidate to prepare more answer of questions that are asked by the interviewer.
c) Interview based on the portfolio:- In the interview based on portfolio assist in creating new design of the industry based on the online portfolio.
d) Interview based on the competency:- The interview based on the competency helps in reflecting the staff competency at the time for searching of the required job.
e) Preparation of the interview based on general information:- In the preparation of the interview based on the general information assist the candidates to prepare more for the answer that are asked at the time of interview process by the interviewer (Spradley, 2016). These questions are based on personal information, academic qualification, experiences and most importantly candidates’ performance for the required job.
|2. Set objectives||There are basically few objectives that need to be maintained at the time of interview process based on managing operational plan. This is decided by the interviewer at the time of interview process. These are followed as:-|
a) The proper conducting of interview helps in verifying the accuracy and quality of information that rises from application form (Boavida, Aguiar & McWilliam, 2014).
b) The proper conducting of interview assist in enhancing the reputation and image of the organization in which candidate would work.
c) The proper conducting of interview helps in establishing the understanding with the candidate and interviewer.
d) Interview helps in gathering more information among candidates.
e) The process of conducting interview assists in getting additional data of the candidate at the time of interview.
f) Moreover, candidates can also know about the company policy and requirements (Green & First, 2016).
|3. Styles and approaches ||There are certain approaches that are based on the interview process by the interviewer and candidates.|
a) Informational based interview:- The approaches based on the information of interviews helps in making research of the person that are seen at the time of meeting (Schmeck, 2013).
b) Interview process based on the video:- The interview process based on the video helps in the development of the approaches based on communication skills. This helps in making of professional attire and assist in the development of the research work.
c) Interview based on testing:- This approaches are made by the interview to know the pressure that could be tackled properly by the candidates.
d) Second interview: - The second interview helps in making of high approaches of the candidates and helps them to make second chances for facing the interview process. This process helps in making the good preparation of the question by the interviewer.
e) Telephonic interview: - In this approach, assist the interviewer to know the communication skills of the candidates. This helps in judging the right candidates for the exact job.
There are certain styles that are followed by the candidate at the time of interview process. These are as follows:-
a) Interviewing based on the cross-cultural:- In the process of conducting based on the cross-culture helps to know the styles of the candidates. This is respect, emotion, expression, languages, many expectations based on culture.
b) Interview based on situational: - The situational interview helps in the development of the styles that are based on traditional or behavior of many methods (Entwistle & Ramsden, 2015).
c) Interview based on unstructured forms: - This interview process helps in adapting some questions that are based on the belief and understanding of candidates.
|4. Scheduling of interview||There is a high requirement to properly maintain the scheduling of the interview process. This assist the interviewer and candidates to prepare themselves for conducting the interview process (Stephens, Hamilton, Thompson & Krishnaswami, 2017). This are followed as the planning made the interview process. This are:-|
a) Avoiding the meeting that are fixed in morning: - This meeting at the early meeting might be avoided for carrying out the interview process. In this case, the interviewer has to make a proper scheduling planning to conduct the interview process.
b) Avoiding the last meeting of any working days: - Avoiding the last meeting helps in making preparation of the interviewer for conducting the interview. This helps the interviewer to make enough planning for the process of interviews (Redlich-Amirav & Higginbottom, 2014).
c) The meetings might be avoided at the lunch time: - This helps the interviewer to conduct good interviews that are been made short.
|5. Questions and topic of interview||While conducting of the interview there are certain questions based on a given topic asked among the candidates by the interviewer. This question helps the interviewer to know the merits and talents of candidates for better performance in the company. This helps the interviewer to know the attitudes and communication skills of the candidates (Brinkmann, 2014). These are certain questions asked by the interviewer towards the candidates are follows as:-|
a) Could you tell about yourself apart from what is mentioned in the resume?
b) How did you know about this job vacancy?
c) What did you know about this organization?
d) How much it is important for getting this job?
e) Why the company is going to hire you?
f) What is your strength and weakness?
g) Why do you consider your weakness?
h) Could you flexible enough to perform the task for the company's benefit?
Part 6: Assessment and evaluation template
|Question||Ideal answer contains:||Number of possible points||Score|
|Educational credentials include all educational achievements combined with all necessary certification courses. Dream job is to work in an organization where one can get proper exposure and showcase his/her talent. The job provides a hike in the productivity of the employee with suitable growth-oriented opportunities (Palter, Orzech, Reznick & Grantcharov, 2013). ||4-5 points maximum.||20/100|
|2. What kind of jobs does people with same background like yours aspire to get in?||The main fields in which people of same background wants to get into including lead innovations and suitable growth. A new innings that can be geared up with same background with all relevant areas of expertise that contains tools and instruments of the respective education with all sorts of growth oriented activities in same field. The aspiration is to get a stable platform.||4-5 points.||10/100|
|3. What is the main difference between assessment and evaluation? (if there is any)||Assessment is the result of a research. The answer must include a brief definition of assessment and research. Assessment is the evaluation of an individual's credibility combined with specific arguments (Salmon, 2013). Research aims to standardise and authenticate a claim. If there is any similarity, it should be clearly highlighted. The outcomes of a particular research aim to generalise a postulate and provide sufficient evidence in favour of the postulate. All the possible factors for improving efficiency and action from the synchronization of research and assessment must be clearly shown.||5-6 ponts.||20/100|
|4. How assessment can be an important tool for learning both for teachers and students?||The answer must includes the perspective of educators that uses the result of assessment to understand completely the results and to align it properly for the proper guidance of students (Kuzyakov, & Xu, 2013). The consequential relevance should be particularly highlighted in the answer. The assessment should be flexible with the required incorporation of the changes for the development of students. The learning outcome must be linked with proper instruction aligning to growth-oriented activities of the students.||4-5 points.||20/100|
|5. If there is a need of implementation of multiple assessment formats for the increase in options of the students?||The answer must include a sense of fairness for the students as the abundant availability of choices gives a fair scope to the students. Every student have a different means of conveyance. Therefore, there must be tools and accommodations that give an equivalent learning experience to the students addressing all the linguistic and physical barriers that take place in the school level. Multiple assessments must include a special team of teachers, tutors, psychological workers and social service workers ensuring that the same exposure is delivered to all the students. ||3-4 points.||10/100|
|6. How evaluation technique can improve the culture of teaching to achieve excellence?||The evaluation process must provide strong evidences for innovative teaching optimizing the quality of instructions given to the learners (Hoskisson, Wright, Filatotchev, & Peng, 2013). The evaluation process must include effective interaction with the learners with a framework of timely feedback and necessary appraisal. The teaching style must have a perfect approach to internationalization that applauds cultural and gender diversity. There should be a proper lookup for the requirements of the students. The answer must focus on the need of establishing a sense of equity by monitoring the workload and ensure uniform grading system conforming to student’s development and growth. The curriculum should include academic honesty and proper human values that needs to be imbibed in the students at the grass root level. ||4-5 points.||20/100|
|Recommendation: The quality of teaching including evaluation and assessment contains an assessment method that uses adequate level of qualitative and quantitative approach to maintain the teaching level so as to achieve excellence (Horvitz, 2013). The basic assessment and evaluation technique should focus on the subjects undertaken providing a sense of equity in order to negate all the cultural and gender diversity aspects. The course should be aligned with professional accreditation with multiple linguistic campuses onshore and offshore offering consistent and equal opportunities to all the learners. Moreover, the teaching practice must take advantages from the assessment method giving multiple opportunities to the students as all the students have different mode of conveyance. The assessment should be done for analyzing the areas of improvement of the students neither to scold them nor demoralize them on the basis of marks. There should be a uniform grading system that covers all the scopes of demoralization of students. There should be psychological and social workers guiding the students at the grass root level. |