ENT3100 Innovation And Entrepreneurship

ENT3100 Entrepreneurship and Innovation Assessment Tasks and Marking Criteria

T2, 2021 Dr John Annakis.

 

 

 

Unit Assessment Details

 

Task and Details Individual or Group Weighting Unit learning outcomes that this assessment task related to Assessment due date
1. Mid-term Test during the class Individual 15% ULO1 Due: week 6
2A. Business canvas Model Group 25% ULOs 2, 3, 4, 5

and 6

Due: week 9
2B. Verbal pitch Group 10% ULO 7 Due: week 10 & 11
3. Exam Individual 50% ULOs 1, 2, 3, 4,

5, 6 and 7

TBA

 

 

Assessment Task 1- Mid-term Test Weighting15%

Due date: Week 6

Submission Style – take home down load from Moodle word file and answer multiple choice questions and send back completed answers. Opens 9 am Monday 30 August, 2021 submit by Thursday 2 September , 2021 5:00pm AEST.

The Mid-term test consist of 30 multiple Choice Questions.

 

Assessment Task 2A- Business Canvas Model (Group report) Weighting: 25%

Due date: Week 9 Word Limit: > 2500.

Submission style: Via Moodle

Topic: We’re looking for your innovative ideas for a new start-up. your group is to develop, it could be either a new business start -up or a social enterprise start-up. It original and your unique business which is designed for launching (not an existing business).

· Identify a problem you are passionate about addressing as a team

· Identify a way to address the problem through an innovative business solution

 

· Create a value proposition

· Articulate the business model

· Pitch the full solution

· Create the Business Model canvas

 

 

Pre-work:

In week 3, we form groups and you will be able to choose your group mates.

You need to develop a value proposition Canvas before developing the Business Canvas Model. You will work and complete the Value Proposition Canvas in tutorial on weeks 6, 7 and 8.

You are required to develop a Business Canvas Model that solves the market or social problem and submit your Business Canvas model through a provided link in the Moodle.

Assessment Task 2A- Rubric

 

  HD 100-80% D

79-70%

C

69-60%

P

59-50%

F 49-0%
Introduction and background (10%) Coherent introduction to both the report and the issue(s) under consideration incorporating thorough background

information

The introduction grab attention, provides a succinct explanation of the purpose and structure of Business Model

Canvas

Sound introduction to the report and/or the issue under investigation. Key background Details provided Introduction is unclear and little background information is provided No attempt
Problem Comprehensive and Social problem Application of Limited No attempt
Definition effective discussion identified clearly creative thinking evidence of the  
(15%) of the through a creative tools to use of creative  
  social problem thinking tools and uncover thinking tools to  
  identified with key good use of opportunities to uncover  
  references statistics that address identified opportunities to  
  and statistics used explain the social issue address  
  demonstrated impact of the   identified social  
  clearly the impact social problem   issue  
  and significance of        
  the social problem        
Quality of A highly innovative A sound An acceptable Limited No attempt
Solution (20%) and creative innovative and solution proposed evidence of  
  solution proposed creative solution for the social innovation and  
  for the social proposed for the problem. Good creative appears  
  problem. Excellent social problem. A Social Impact in the solution  
  Social Impact sound social Theory proposed. Little  
  Theory articulated. impact theory articulated. A or no  
  Excellent mentioned and brief evaluation articulation of  
  evaluation of the the solution has has been Social Impact  
  solution covering market value conducted on the theory. No  
  all key facets. The   solution. evaluation  
  solution has market     conducted on  
  value     the solution  
Business model (20%) A creative way to identify the business model for Clearly identified business model for innovative The business model for the innovative Limited or no business model presented. The No attempt

 

 

  innovative solution solution solution is solution does  
  addressing the addressing the identified. The not adequately  
  social problem. The social problem. solution addresses or realistically  
  solution clearly The solution the social address the  
  helps to address the clearly helps to problem. The social problem.  
  Business or social problem. The address the social social value The social value  
  social value value creation and generated is generated is  
  generated it is assessable assessable and poorly  
  above and beyond   articulated articulated.  
  current state is        
  comprehensively        
  articulated        
Conclusion Superior Good connection Satisfactory Weak No attempt
(10%) conclusions drawn between analysis connection connection  
  using all relevant and conclusion between analysis between  
  analysis.   and analysis and  
  Conclusions are   conclusions conclusions or  
  realistic and     recommendatio  
  professional     ns. Introduces  
        new arguments  
        inappropriately  
Creativity Highly Innovative Innovative Fair solution Little creativity No attempt
(10%) Solution with solution provided with shown with the  
  exceptional clarity with good an improvements solution and no  
  and simplicity for easily possible for the or  
  the understandable Social Impact vague Social  
  Social Impact Social Impact Theory. Impact  
  Theory Theory.   Theory  
        articulated.  
Research Skill Excellent research Good research Satisfactory Poor or little No attempt
(15%) skills on identifying skills research research  
  relevant statistics on identifying skills regarding skills  
  around the Social relevant statistics relevant expert demonstrated  
  Problem around the Social opinion and with statistics  
    Problem statistics and  
      around the Social expert opinion  
      Problem around the  
        Social  
        Problem.  
Report Professional Logical structure Appropriate Few headings. No attempt
Presentation structure, guiding and analysis. The structure and Weak flow. No  
  reader through table is readable presents an table of contents  
  logical analysis.   organised or page numbers  
  Superior   argument. Table    
  development of   of contents    
  table   provided    

 

 

Assessment Task 2B- Verbal Pitch/ Presentation Weighting: 10%

Due date: Week 9-12 Duration: up to 15 minutes.

Presentation Style: Pitch deck/ Business Canvas Model/ Powerpoint Submission style: In Class Presentation

The purpose of the verbal pitch is to provide opportunity to pitch (present) on your business canvas model that you developed and proposed in assessment Task 2. You and your team members should be able to present your Business model in a way that is convenient and encourage the panel members to be part of your business.

 

 

2B: Verbal Pitch Rubric

 

  HD D-C P F
Quality of Points Range: 30 Points Range: Points Range: 1.79 Points Range:
Idea (30%) – 24 (24%) 2.39 (23.9%)-1.8 (17.9%) – 1.5 (15%) 1.49 (14.9%) – 0 (0%)
  Excellent quality idea – (18%) Satisfactory quality Poor quality of idea.
  with pitch deck Good quality idea with idea. Opportunities to Opportunities to
  covering and clearly pitch deck covering improve pitch deck significantly improve
  articulating all 8 areas and articulating all and some of the 8 pitch deck and some of
  with a superb business areas with business areas. Business the 8 areas. Business
  model and social model and social model and social model and social
  impact clearly impact articulated. impact need impact unclear or non-
  articulated.   improvement existent.
Language Points Range: Points Range: Points Range: 1.79 Points Range:
  3 (30%) -2.4 (24%) 2.39 (23.9%)- 1.8 (17.9%) – 1.5 (15%) 1.49 (14.9%) – 0 (0%)
  Language choices are (18%) Language choices are Language choices are
  imaginative, Language choices are mundane, unclear and minimally
  memorable, thoughtful, generally commonplace and support the
  compelling, and support the partially support the effectiveness of the
  enhance the effectiveness and effectiveness and presentation.
  effectiveness and impact of the impact of the Language is not
  impact of the presentation. presentation. appropriate to
  presentation. Language Language is Language is audience.
  is appropriate to appropriate to generally appropriate  
  audience. audience. to audience.  
Delivery Points Range: Points Range: Points Range: Points Range: 1.49
and 3 (30%) – 2.4 (24%) 2.39 (23.9%) – 1.8 1.79(17.9%)- 1.5 (14.9%) – 0 (0%)
engagement Presenters make a (18%) (15%) Little eye contact was
  Personal connection Regular eye contact Eye contact was made with audience.
  with audience using was made with all intermittent or Overly reliant on notes
  eye contact to gauge members of the focused on one and / or slides which
  reactions and audience, and created person. Use of notes/ prevented engagement
  understanding. Create engagement. or reading from with the audience.
  enthusiasm about topic Enthusiasm shown for slides was obvious Lacks interest or
  in others. Appear at topic. Delivery (pace, and limited enthusiasm for the
  ease and confident. audibility, clarity, engagement with topic. Awkward,
  Delivery (pace, intonation, audience. Shows Obviously nervous.
  audibility, clarity, mannerisms, and interest in the topic. Delivery (pace,
  intonation, gestures) was Body language audibility, clarity,
  mannerisms, and consistently good and and/or voice indicate intonation,

 

 

  gestures) were consistently excellent and making the presentation compelling, and speakers appear

polished and confident.

supported message. Making the presentation interesting, and speakers appear comfortable and

prepared.

lack of confidence. Delivery (pace, audibility, clarity, intonation, mannerisms, and gestures) was

inconsistent.

mannerisms, and gestures) detract from the presentation.

Speakers appear Uncomfortable and unprepared

Pitch Deck Points Range: Points Range: Points Range: Points Range:
Quality 1 (10%) – 0.8 (8%) .79 (7.9%) – .6 (6%) .59 (5.9%) – .5 (5%) 0.49 (4.9%) – 0 (0%)
  Clear, easy to interpret, Mostly clear, easy to Some aids too Unclear, difficult to
  easy to read, watch or interpret, easy to read, complex, crowded or interpret. May be hard
  hear. Visually watch or hear. difficult interpret. to read, watch or hear.
  appealing. Some creativity and Some aids difficult to Technically inaccurate,
  Creative. Always well- visual appeal. read, watch or hear. poorly constructed,
  coordinated with Generally well- Lacked creativity and and/or irrelevant.
  content. coordinated / or visual appeal. No creativity.
  Aids comprehension of With content. Inconsistent Aids detract from
  the message. Contributes to coordination with The comprehension of
    comprehension of the content, and did not the message or used as
    message aid the message. a script

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assessment Task 3: Final Exam (50%)

Weighting: 50% Date and time TBA

Assessment description for the final exam will be made available in week 10.

ENT3100 Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

Assessment

 

Tasks

 

and

 

Marking

 

Criteria

 

T2, 2021 Dr John Annakis.

 

 

 

 

Unit

 

Assessment

 

Details

 

 

Task

 

and

 

Details

 

Individual

or

 

Group

 

Weighting

 

Unit learning

 

outcomes that

 

this assessment

 

task

 

related

 

to

 

Assessment

 

due

 

date

 

1.

 

Mid

term

 

Test during

 

the

 

class

 

Individual

 

15%

 

ULO1

 

Due:

 

week

 

6

 

2A. Business

 

canvas

 

Model

 

Group

 

25%

 

ULOs

 

2, 3, 4, 5

 

and

 

6

 

Due:

 

week

 

9

 

2B.

 

Verbal

 

pitch

 

Group

 

10%

 

ULO

 

7

 

Due:

 

week

 

10

 

&

 

11

 

3.

 

Exam

 

Individual

 

50%

 

ULOs

 

1, 2, 3, 4,

 

5,

 

6

 

and 7

 

TBA

 

 

Assessment Task 1

 

Mid

term Test

 

Weighting

:

15%

 

Due date: Week 6

 

 

 

Submission Style

 

 

 

 

 

ta

ke

home

 

down load

from

Moodle

word file and answer multiple

choice questions

 

and send back completed

answers. O

pens

 

9 am

Monday 30 August,

2021 submit by Thursday 2 September ,

2021

 

5:00pm AEST

.

 

 

 

The Mid

term test consist of

30

multiple Choice Questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assessment Task 2A

 

Business Canvas Model (Group report)

 

Weighting:

 

25%

 

Due date: Week

 

9

 

Word

 

Limit:

 

 

>

 

2500

.

 

 

 

 

Submission

 

style:

 

Via

 

Moodle

 

Topic: We’re looking for your innovative ideas

 

for a new start

up

.

 

your group is to

develop

,

 

it could

 

be

either

a new business start

up or

a

social enterprise start

up.

It

original and your unique business which is designed for launching (not an existing

business).

 

·

 

Identify

 

a

 

 

problem

 

you

 

are

 

passionate

 

about

 

addressing

 

as

 

a

 

team

 

·

 

Identify

 

a

 

way

 

to

address

 

the

 

problem through

 

an innovative

 

business solution

 

ENT3100 Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Assessment Tasks and Marking Criteria

T2, 2021 Dr John Annakis.

 

 

 

Unit Assessment Details

 

Task and

Details

Individual or

Group

Weighting Unit learning

outcomes that

this assessment

task related to

Assessment due

date

1. Mid-term

Test during

the class

Individual 15% ULO1 Due: week 6

2A. Business

canvas Model

Group 25% ULOs 2, 3, 4, 5

and 6

Due: week 9

2B. Verbal

pitch

Group 10% ULO 7

Due: week 10 &

11

3. Exam Individual 50% ULOs 1, 2, 3, 4,

5, 6 and 7

TBA

 

Assessment Task 1- Mid-term Test

Weighting: 15%

Due date: Week 6

Submission Style – take home down load

from Moodle word file and answer multiple

choice questions and send back completed

answers. Opens 9 am Monday 30 August,

2021 submit by Thursday 2 September , 2021

5:00pm AEST.

The Mid-term test consist of 30 multiple Choice Questions.

 

Assessment Task 2A- Business Canvas Model (Group report)

Weighting: 25%

Due date: Week 9

Word Limit: > 2500.

Submission style: Via Moodle

Topic: We’re looking for your innovative ideas for a new start-up. your group is to

develop, it could be either a new business start -up or a social enterprise start-up. It

original and your unique business which is designed for launching (not an existing

business).

 Identify a problem you are passionate about addressing as a team

 Identify a way to address the problem through an innovative business solution