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Developing Digital Enterprise
6COSC013C
Coursework 1 – Individual Presentation + Individual written report
CW1 – 50%
CW 1 – individual written report (100)
CW1 – June 17, 2022
CW1 report – June 22, 2022, posted on intranet
1. Apply both creativity and reasoning in identifying new opportunities in a
world of increasing user generated content, and information and knowledge
transfer;
2. Critically evaluate the importance and business opportunities supported and
offered by contemporary IT solutions;
3. Critically evaluate how cloud/utility computing and emerging IT provide
new opportunities for modern enterprises. A descriptive approach will be
enough for this purpose;
4. Analyse and design enterprise and e-business solutions based on widely
utilised techniques;
5. Analyse sustainable developments in the storage, sharing and retrieval of
information across international boundaries and understand the wider issues
of authentication, privacy and security; and
6. Apply adequate project management skills planning a new project initiative.
General guidelines:
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This coursework includes an individual assignment.
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You are required to submit the electronic version of the assignments (in DOC format) to the WIUT
Intranet not later than the deadline.
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The coursework deadline is not negotiable and late submissions will be penalized according to the
University Academic Regulations.
•
Be honest and follow academic writing principles. Cheating and plagiarism carry severe penalties.
YOU MUST KEEP A ‘PDF’-FILE COPY OF YOUR WORK
Westminster International University in Tashkent
Developing Digital Enterprise –CW1, Academic year 2021-2022
CW 1 task definition
Please choose a certain business (IT-oriented), and develop an idea on a new business information system that
can be implemented in the business. You are encouraged to mainly conduct research and provide a report. You
are also free to plan for a digitalisation project or a kind of transformation. The second one (digitizing or
transforming) should create an e-business. In order to do this, you need:
1) To analyse market. Analyse the selected business to discover the impact of IT. You are expected to
identify business opportunities that emerge from application of digital technologies in that specific
business;
2) To analyse internal business process. Try to explore operations of the business and evaluate
opportunities of digitalisation or digital transformation;
3) To develop a new BIS. Propose a new business information system that can be applied in the business.
Doing so, you must consider the outcomes of your research in the previous sections; and
4) To analyse future changes. Identify and evaluate the possible future changes and market forces, and the
value chain of the business after implementation of your digital project.
You need to communicate your findings in an individual written report. Before submitting the report, you should
plan to present your work orally. We will give you feedbacks. Then you can use feedbacks to modify the final
version of the report.
Individual written report. Your findings must be reflected in an individual written report. CW1 report must
be submitted in WLB (WIUT intranet) by 23:59 hrs on June 17, 2022.
You MUST name your report as DDE_CW1_RD_NNNN.doc(x), where NNNN – is your ID number. For
example, a student with ID0009999 should name his/her file as ‘DDE_CW1_9999.docx’. You do not need to
post ppt file on the intranet.
The recommended report structure is as follows:
a.
Title page;
b.
Table of contents;
c.
Introduction;
d.
Major research findings and developments;
e.
Conclusion;
f.
Bibliography; and
g.
Annex (if any).
(!) If you are retaking this assessment then you must consider the marker’s feedback on your previous
report in order to improve the quality of your current report. Your new report should focus on a new
topic.
Your report should not exceed 3000 words in length. This word limit does not include contents table, executive
summary, diagrams, figures, tables, bibliography and annex.
Your report should be clearly written, and the approach must be research and analytical based rather than
descriptive.
You are advised to reflect all your relevant findings with logical reasoning and arguments in the main body of
your report and put all research data and other information into annex.
The word-count must be stated on the cover page. All your statements exceeding the word limit will NOT
be assessed.
Your work must be properly referenced. All sources including materials from the Internet must be properly
listed. You have to follow citation styles.
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Westminster International University in Tashkent
Developing Digital Enterprise –CW1, Academic year 2021-2022
Format for submission of the work
Unless otherwise stated, coursework must be submitted as follows:
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MS Word processed work in ‘doc(x)’;
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Pages should be numbered; and
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Please do not submit any loose pages.
VERY IMPORTANT: your name should not appear on the cover page or anywhere else. We will be
operating a system of anonymous marking. Please put your registration number on the cover page and
nowhere else.
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Westminster International University in Tashkent
Developing Digital Enterprise –CW1, Academic year 2021-2022
Assessment Criteria for DDE Coursework 1
Criteria
Individual written report (100)
Evaluation of industrial
environment
(25)
Mark
90-100
Analysis of business operations
(25)
Development of BIS/e-venture
project initiative
(25)
Analysis of changes in industrial
forces and business operations
(25)
Industry evaluation is very
professionally delivered that show
evidence of innovation and an
advanced professional / academic
comprehension of the research. Can
be published as an academic article or
business paper.
Industry evaluation is so well focused
and process carefully constructed, that
with small changes this could be a
journal article.
Very professional and in-depth use of
theories. Innovative approach and
very practical that can be published as
a small research article.
Digital proposal is brilliant in its depth
and clarity, worthy of a professional
use or a journal article. Highly
innovative approach in new BIS / eventure creating.
Demonstrates highly professional
and innovative approach with reallife-based and well-developed
arguments. Can be suggested for
practical implementation.
Broad and professional application
value chain techniques that can be
used in a real case.
Broad and in-depth understanding of ebusiness organisation theory and
practice with high degree of originality
limited amount of effort either for
publication or professional use.
70-79%
Industry evaluation is in depth, very
clear and neither too broad nor too
narrow. The research shows evidence
of an excellent understanding and
application the theory and practice.
Excellent application of value chain
techniques in business operations
analysis. Very practical and evidence
of professional competence.
60-69%
Industry evaluation is clear and
neither too broad nor too narrow,
critical and some ability to apply
original insight and thoughts.
Good understanding and application
of value chain techniques. Careful
consideration of arguments and
assumptions.
A clear ability to apply original insight
and critical thought to BIS / e-business
creation. Theory and practice are
integrated with a degree of
sophistication. Evidence of
professional competence.
Understanding of theoretical and
practical issues of BIS development.
Basic degree of competence in
integration of theory and practice.
Careful consideration of the most
appropriate methodology for the
chosen case.
There is evidence of a
sophisticated and very
comprehensive approach in
industrial and business operations
changes. Can be presented to the
company management for
practical use.
Analysis stems from findings in
previous sections and are feasible,
developed with in-depth
understanding of problems and
limitations. Evidence of
professional competence.
Analysis and arguments are
clearly stated and linked to
findings in previous sections and
are feasible.
80-89
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Westminster International University in Tashkent
Developing Digital Enterprise –CW1, Academic year 2021-2022
Criteria
Individual written report (100)
Evaluation of industrial
environment
(25)
Mark
50-59%
Analysis of business operations
(25)
Development of BIS/e-venture
project initiative
(25)
Analysis of changes in industrial
forces and business operations
(25)
Analysis is quite clear and
appropriate arguments are given
but some are likely assumptions
and weakly supported with
arguments, few doubts about
whether they are feasible. Some
not related to previous sections.
Some inconsistencies in industry
and business process analysis and
recommendations are given but
arguments are shallow, doubts
about whether some of them are
practical. Weakly related to
previous sections.
Inconsistent analysis of the
industry and business process,
shallow arguments, seems they are
not practical and hardly linked to
research.
Some serious misunderstandings
and errors in understanding of
changes in industry and business
process with new BIS. Very little
arguments and they are usually
not based on research findings.
Very limited understanding of
industry and business operations
changes, not related to previous
sections and no arguments.
Adequate industry evaluation.
Emerging ability to compare and
contrast and criticise. Good
application of the theory.
Appropriate value chain analysis with
some in irrelevant assumptions or
arguments.
Full understanding of most theories
and awareness of problems and
conflicting viewpoints in BIS
development. Appropriate
consideration of analysis tools for the
given case.
40-49%
Understanding of industry forces and
their evaluation. Appropriate planning
and evaluation, major issues are
considered with some minor errors.
Adequate value chain analysis. Clear
understanding of business process
analysis techniques. Some
assumptions and arguments are
irrelevant. Some inconsistencies exist.
Detailed understanding of most BIS
development theories and some
awareness of problems and conflicting
viewpoints in BIS development. Some
application of analysis tools.
30-39%
General understanding of the industry
and its evaluation and limited
application of the theory. Some errors
and largely descriptive in nature.
Application of internal analysis
techniques is inconsistent and weak.
Assumptions and arguments are not
practical.
20-29%
Clear attempt of evaluation but
process is very unfocused, incomplete
and inconsistent. Basic understanding
of the industrial forces. Some serious
misunderstandings and errors.
Shallow analysis. Not clear
understanding of financial planning
techniques.
General understanding of most theories
and no awareness of problems and
conflicting viewpoints in BIS
development. Limited application of
analysis tools to the given case.
BIS development idea is very confused
and seems of little relevance, with very
little coherent analysis of any IT
solution.
10-19%
While there is some attempt to
evaluate, but it is very little
successful.
Very limited analysis, very little
understanding of financial planning
techniques.
Limited BIS idea. Emerging
understanding of BIS context but it
does not address the subject of
research.
5
Westminster International University in Tashkent
Developing Digital Enterprise –CW1, Academic year 2021-2022
Criteria
Individual written report (100)
Evaluation of industrial
environment
(25)
Mark
0-9%
Very little attempt to evaluate the
environment. Almost complete
absence of understanding of industrial
issues.
Analysis of business operations
(25)
No clear attempt of analysis. No
understanding of business processes.
Development of BIS/e-venture
project initiative
(25)
Basically, no attempt to develop BIS.
Analysis of changes in industrial
forces and business operations
(25)
No clear attempt of analysis.
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