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GSPH 5331 Global Health Issues : Special Communication Methods

Task:

CDC Social Vulnerability Tool Activity

This activity allows participants to search for their own county to explore the social vulnerability index (SVI).  The SVI was originally developed to help emergency planners to identify special populations that are vulnerable to natural and man-made disasters.  This allows them to tailor emergency plans specific to at risk population needs such as transportation, special communication methods for the hard of hearing or limited English proficiency residents who may not get messages through the traditional mass media channels.  The scope of use has been expanded to allow for identifying special needs during COVID-19 testing, mitigation strategies as well as vaccine distribution and recovery efforts.  SVI is determined by evaluating 15 different indicators in four categories of focus: socioeconomic status, household composition & disability, minority status and language, and housing type & transportation.

Go to: https://svi.cdc.gov/map.html

Use the map to find your county.  It may be helpful to click the link at the bottom left hand side under the map that says “view larger map”.
 
Click on the desired county and a box pops up with social vulnerability information specific to that county.  (Tip: it is helpful to know the general location of your county within the state because the names of the counties do not pop up when you hover over the county.  You have to actually click it to see which county it is.
 
 If you do not know the general location of your county, you can view a map of Texas counties here https://geology.com/county-map/texas.shtmlto find the location and then go back to the SVI map to click in that area.  If you live in another state, you can Google search map of Oklahoma counties, or whichever state you live in.)
 
Scores range from zero to one with one being the highest vulnerability.
 
Higher scores indicate that there is more social vulnerability in that county and will likely take more resources and effort to assist families in identified neighborhoods to recover from disasters.
 
You can click the “Data Dictionary” link within the black box for your county and it will bring up a fact sheet of how the SVI value was calculated and what it means.

Life Expectancy Calculator Activity

This activity will allow participants to look up their own address to see what the estimated life expectancy is for those living in their neighborhood.

Go to https://www.rwjf.org/en/library/interactives/whereyouliveaffectshowlongyoulive.html

  1. In the middle of the page, there is a place to enter the participant’s address.  
  2. The entire home address must be included: house number, street name, city, state and zip code.
  3. Click find.
  4. Four different results are provided.
  5. First is “My Area”.  This is the life expectancy for the address entered.
  6. The second result is for the county the address is in.
  7. The third result is for the state the address is in.
  8. The last result is the national average life expectancy.
  9. These results can be compared.
  10. The participant can erase the address entered and put in another address in a different part of their county to compare the difference in life expectancy between the wealthy and the poor zip codes.
  11. If the participant enters an address and does not get a result for their area but gets a result for their county, state and the national average, it could be due to no data being available at the census tract level for that address.  They can try a different address.
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OCTY71106 Occupational Therapy Roles and Responsibilities

Demonstrate competencies in safe and professional practice including cultural safety, ethical & legal practice, documentation, manual handling and 
infection control. 
3.  Explain the impacts of external (including social, cultural, institutional, and economic) and internal factors on occupational therapy roles and scope of 
practice. 
4. Apply foundational knowledge and skills for common areas of occOCTY71-106 213 
Task description 
You are to write an essay, exploring the impacts of a pandemic (specifically COVID 19) on occupational therapy practice.  To contextualise your essay, use the 
following scenario: 
 
You are an occupational therapist working in private practice (you can choose which population group you service e.g. paediatrics, adults general physical, 
mental health etc.), and your role in the private practice (e.g. owner, employee).  
 
In writing your essay, explore the concepts we have covered this semester and reflect on how a pandemic may impact on you, your role, and overall service 
delivery.  At minimum, you should consider the following areas in relation to your chosen scenario: 
 
• Professionalism – What guidance is offered by our AHPRA Code of Conduct?  You may also choose to conduct a SWOT analysis for your scenario. 
• Risk Management – What must be in place to manage risks for you and your clients?  Where does infection control fit in? 
• Patient Safety – Consider the healthcare perspective. 
• Client – Centred Practice – How would you manage client/patient rights and responsibilities, and ensure informed consent? 
• Professional Competencies – How are the OT competency standards relevant? 
• Self-care – How would you maintain your own health and wellbeing during this time? 
• Dilemmas & Ethical Behaviour – What dilemmas are you likely to face? Outline your ethical decision-making process.  What aspects of the intentional 
relationship model are important and how would you respond in these scenarios?  
• Business Acumen – What are the likely impacts on business?  What is your role in this?  What functions of management are most relevant at this time? 
 
Participation & Attendance: 
 
You are required to attend all sessions throughout the semester.  Should you be absent, you are required to submit a medical certificate supporting your 
absence.  Attendance and participation will contribute to your final mark.  Please see separate rubric for more detaupational therapy practic
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RESM610 Research Methods : Survey Instrument Development

Task:

General Instructions:

• This research paper is a continuation of VLab Activities 1 and 2. The main part of this paper for evaluation starts from the third section “Methodology”.
To make the research paper complete and consistent, you will still write the Title,Introduction and Literature Review section. If you would like to make any changes and improvements in these, you can do so. Obviously, there will be similarity, but do not worry as this will not be counted.
 
Your Full paper structure will more likely have following headings and sub-headings.
Title (As in Vlab 1 activity or improvement if you want) Abstract (You will add about a 150-250 words abstract, which you will write after completing the full paper)
1. Introduction Section (As in Vlab 1 activity or improvement if you want)
 
2. Literature Review, Framework, hypotheses (As in Vlab 2 activity or improvement if you want)
 
3. Research Methodology
a. You may want to show a background information of country setting and relevant issue related to your topic
b. Questionnaire or survey instrument development ( a sample of questionnaire to be attached in Appendix. The source of scale selection, description of final questionnaire, etc
c. Sampling process. The population of your study description, sample selection process
d. Data collection methodology. The data can be limited given time constraints. You can state any limitations. Final size of data.
 
4. Analysis, description of your sample. Any reliability and validity test you undertook?

Research Proposal 2

The results of your analysis shown in Tables. Any hypotheses tests? Do not use any pie charts or irrelevant figures.
 
5. Discussion and Implications : The Discussion commonly features a summary of the results that were obtained in the study, describes how those results address the topic under investigation and/or the issues that the research was designed to address.
What is the significance of your results? Expand upon the implications of those findings.
 
6. Conclusion: Limitations and directions for future research are also commonly addressed.
 
7. References: Follow any ONE style Harvard or APA, consistently throughout the paper.

Important Note:
Attention is drawn to the anti-plagiarism policy. This assignment must be your own work. Importantly, the assignment as submitted by you must have been developed by you.
If you have received any assistance in developing the project, or taken ideas from somebody else, you must acknowledge all of these. This work is intended to be an individual assignment, so collaborative work will not be accepted.

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PSY0041 Health Psychology : Turnitin to Determine Originality

Task:

While I hope you participated in online study groups, you may not collaborate in answering the exam. Exams will be submitted to Turnitin to determine originality.
Read the question carefully. Credit will only be given for responses that directly answer the question. Your grade will be based on your ability to demonstrate appropriate use of specific course concepts in answering the question rather than informal or ‘person on the street’ thoughts.
 
Clearly identify specific ideas from the lectures and chapters (rather than stating the overall theme of the lecture/chapter). In addressing the question, a specific theory or two may come to mind immediately but explore a range of concepts from the course. Put ideas in your own words, don’t just simply toss jargon at the reader.
The idea for question below came after viewing the following TED Talk. Viewing it will provide some good sense as to how to proceed in answering the question. Here is the link.
What really matters at the end of life:
https://www.ted.com/talks/bj_miller_what_really_matters_at_the_end_of_life/upnext?rid=SxpalgHD7QyC&utm_source=recommendation&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=explore&utm_term
=watchNow
 Mid-term question
What have you learned from Chapters 6-11 (inclusive) and lectures 5-8 (inclusive) that would provide insights as to how the health care system, its policies/ practices, may add to the suffering of patients; especially those with pain, chronic illness and terminal conditions? What could be done to remedy this?
(To answer these questions, you will likely need to review the material in chapters 8-11 to understand how to apply chapters 6 and 7.)
Discuss what each chapter offers to help guide governments in their effort to achieve this goal. Your answer will need to describe how specific concepts from each of the 6 chapters of the textbook and 4 lectures assigned to date could be of value towards this end. You will need to present your answer under 9 sub-headings and in this order: Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11 (then) Lecture 5, Lecture 6, Lecture 7, Lecture 8. Format:
• Papers must not exceed 1300 words. Grader will stop reading at 1300 words.
• Be precise and concise. You will be graded on the clarity and depth of your rationales. (Note: repetition of the same concept with the same rationale will not earn you credit). Brief examples/applications may be used to make your points more explicit.
• Write in compete sentences NOT bullet points
• Single space
• There is no need for introductory or summary/conclusion paragraphs as these tend be repetitive.
• The course textbook and lecture materials need only be referenced by putting in brackets T for textbook and page number(s) (e.g., T37). Similarly lecture materials need have in brackets L for lecture followed by the lecture number (e.g., L4) Any other sources must be properly referenced using American Psychological Association (APA) style. For citation guidance go to Purdue’s OWL site below
https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/ general_format.html
• Using questionable websites such as “Course Hero” can result in plagiarism.
• In keeping with academic integrity, ensure that your work represents your own ideas.
Submission: (There is a late penalty of 1 mark per day.)
Exams must be submitted to the Turnitin portal on the course eClass page by All students, including those with accommodations, must submit by this day and time.
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PSCY330 Psychology: Research Virtual Reality Therapy

Questions:

Research Virtual Reality Therapy (VRT) and how it applies to the 3 psychological disorders selected in Part 1 – Select Psychological Disorders. Use at least 3 scholarly and authoritative sources to support the response.

  • Include a simple description of the Virtual Reality Therapy video.
  • Discuss how VRT can be used to treat each of the 3 disorders you are researching.

The following resources provide some additional information about VRT

  • Virtual Reality Therapy (00:04:59) (Link on Overview page)
  • Virtual Reality: New Therapy for Neurological Disorders (Link on Overview page)
  • OCD and Virtual Reality (Link on Overview page)

Requirements

  • Discussion of how VRT applies to the 3 psychological disorderso Include a simple description of Virtual Reality Therapy (VRT)
  • Discussion of how VRT can be used to treat each of the 3 disorders
Exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy is the evidence-based psychological treatment of choice for obsessive-compulsive disorder. Basically, the person with OCD is exposed to his or her obsessions, encouraged to feel the anxiety, and asked to refrain fromengaging in rituals (compulsions) to reduce the fear.I hear from many people with OCD who say that while they understand what ERP therapy is,and even how it could be helpful to many people, they don’t think it would work for their type of OCD, and therefore they don’t pursue treatment. This is indeed unfortunate as ERP can truly benefit all those who deal with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
But wait a minute. What if people’s obsessions involve horrible things happening to those they love, or a fear of going to hell? What if their worst obsession is the fear of being involvedin a fatal car crash? Certainly these are not obsessions we want to, or are even able to, expose ourselves to. How can ERP ever help someone with these types of obsessions? I previously addressed this issue when I discussed imaginal exposures, which are based on imagining different scenarios as opposed to them actually happening. These types of exposures can be extremely helpful in certain cases. So you see, while OCD can be tricky, it can always be beaten. Sometimes you just need to be more creative than usual.
Speaking of creativity, researchers at Stanford University have been studying the use of virtual reality (VR) in the treatment of various brain disorders including OCD. They describe VR as using “computer technology to simulate physical environments, sights, sounds and other sensations to make the computer images seem more ‘real’.”Now that could be quite an exposure!
“In illnesses such as OCD, a patient faces situations such as contamination fear,” Professor of psychiatry Elias Aboujaoude said. “VR provides a convincing atmosphere so the patient can expose themselves to the stimulus and gradually become desensitized to this fear.” Dr. Aboujaoude believes VR can be effective but acknowledges it is not available to everyone.VR is also still typically associated with video games, and that perception might be a hindrance.
While the research at Stanford is new, the use of virtual reality in the treatment of OCD has been around for a while. In this 2009 NIH article the use of VR in the assessment and treatment of OCD is evaluated and discussed. The article is long and detailed for those who wish to read it, but the bottom line is researchers conclude that the use of VR does have value for those with OCD.While the premise of ERP therapy might be simple, its implementation is not always straight forward. But we are smarter than OCD, and as I said earlier in this post, it can always be beaten. If you are willing to engage wholeheartedly in ERP therapy with a qualified therapist who understands the importance of imaginal exposures and possibly even VR, you will be on your way to a life of freedom from OCR.
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70610 Introduction to Information Security: Attacks Perpetrated

Question:

Review the following Week 6 Lecture and Reading Materials:

  • Watch the Notorious Hackers(Links to an external site.).
  • Watch the 10 Biggest Computer Hacks Of All Time(Links to an external site.).
  • Review the Additional Readings

We have compiled some excellent articles, white papers, and videos to support learning and exploration. Remember, these are only suggestions to help build upon what you learn. You should not feel restricted in reading what we recommend! If you’d like, prepare your own list in line with what you have learned this week.

White papers*:

  • What Is an Insider Threat? Definition, Types, and Countermeasures(Links to an external site.)
  • Insider Threat Detection and Management(Links to an external site.)
  • Mitigating Insider Threats: Plan Your Actions in Advance(Links to an external site.)
  • What Is DLP and How Does It Work?(Links to an external site.)

Videos*:

  • Insider Threat and You(Links to an external site.)
  • 10 Ways to Prevent Insider Threats(Links to an external site.)
  • How To Mitigate Insider Threats(Links to an external site.)
  • What is a Honeypot (Cybersecurity)? Honeypot Benefits and Risks

Q1.

News: Insider Threat Statistics

Source: Techjury.net (Links to an external site.)

Nobody really knows the precise scope of the insider threat within organizations. Attacks perpetrated by employees are so difficult to identify that they often go undetected for weeks, months, or even years.

There has been an uptick in reports of insider breaches and thefts, as employees have become more savvy in the ways of accessing sensitive information or misusing their privileges. Mainstream technologies make it easier to perpetrate this type of inside job. Some useful statistics can point the way as you look to shore up your own organization:

  1. More than one-quarter of respondents that have detected a cybersecurity incident cannot identify the source.According to the 2014 US State of Cybercrime Survey from PriceWaterhouse Coopers, a full 26 percent of the more than 500 U.S. business executives, law enforcement officials, and government managers surveyed said they could not determine where a cybersecurity breach originated. Attribution Remains Difficult, So Some Of These Attacks Could Come From Within.
  2. Insiders are considered responsible for 28 percent of cybercrime breaches.Respondents to the PwC cybercrime survey agreed that while these incidents “typically fly under the media radar” or often go unreported, that employees, service providers and contractors are responsible for nearly three in 10 of all cyber breaches.
  3. Insider crimes are more damaging and costly according to 32 percent of executives.Nearly one-third of executives surveyed by PwC said that they found insider online crimes perpetrated by their employees or other trusted insiders cost them more in both financial losses and reputational risk. This could be in part because insiders are more likely than outsiders to know where the best information is kept, or in part because insiders are typically able to cover their tracks and continue operating undetected for longer periods of time.
  4. And yet, less than half of organizations have a Plan To Deal With This.Only 49 percent of executives responding to the PwC survey say they have a plan in place to respond to insider threats.  Never mind predicting or preventing them. This, despite the fact that, according to PwC, “many insider incidents result from employee vulnerabilities such as social engineering and loss of devices—risks that could be very well mitigated by employee training.”
  5. S. organizations lose more money to cybercrime than foreign counterparts. A separate PwC report, the 2014 Global Economic Crime Survey, found that 7 percent of U.S. organizations lost $1 million or more due to cybercrime incidents in 2013, as compared with just 3 percent of global organizations. Also, 19 percent of U.S. enterprises reported losing $50,000 to $1 million that year, as compared with 8 percent of their counterparts outside the U.S. Given The Higher Cost Of An Inside Breach, Predicting And Preventing Insider Breaches Could Have A Pronounced Effect On Stemming U.S. Organizations’ Losses.
  6. More than half of insider incidents involve abuse of privileges.According to the Verizon 2015 Data Breach Investigations Report (Verizon DBIR), 55 percent of insider breaches come as a result of someone taking or being granted privileges way above their pay grade. In other words, organizations that grant broad privileges could Mitigate At Least Some Of Their Insider Exposure if they were more diligent in limiting and removing privileges quickly.
  7. One out of five incidents is STILL due to phishing.Perhaps unbelievably, given the amount of training and media exposure given to fake baiting emails, phishing schemes still account for 20 percent of incidents where hackers are able to gain insider access through an unintentional accomplice, according to the Verizon DBIR. Maybe, however, it is not so surprising. According to Verizon, “a campaign of 10 emails yields a greater than 90% chance that at least one person will become the criminal’s prey.”

By being mindful of these trends, organizations have a better chance of sidestepping the same pitfalls in their own Insider Threat program, and can be better prepared for incidents when they occur.

Question:

Give your thoughts on the statement “a campaign of 10 emails yields a greater than 90% chance that at least one person will become the criminal’s prey”.

Question 2

Edward snowden:

  1. In regarding to security controls, what were the lessons learned with Edward Snowden?
  2. How to prevent another case like that to happen again?

Requirements:

  1. Answer the question in minimum 1 page or maximum 2 pages.
  2. Add an introduction. Interpret the question and share a short explanation of the relevant background or context.
  3. Be succinct.
  4. Close the written assignment with a conclusion.
  5. Share a list of references. Footnotes and references should be consistent with the APA7th ED style
  6. Submit a DOC file.

Question 3

Discussion Thread:

The insider threat is one that companies and organizations are starting to take very seriously. What are some ways to mitigate against the insider threat?

Requirements:

  1. Answer the question in no more than 200 words.
  2. Your answer should have a clear introduction, body, and conclusion.
  3. Be succinct.
  4. Add references consistent with the APA7th ED style.
  5. Submit a DOC file.
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INFT3100 Project Management | Human Resources Management

Question:

Introduction

This section will give an overview of project scope, background information, project approach and MOV (measured organizational value) that will be used to efficiently deliver a solution for the current situation.

Project Scope

This project focuses on reducing patient wait times on Canberra’s COVID testing sites using a website. This will reduce the number of patients and will provide safety to our field workers on site. To do this, a website will be designed to assure that patients can be notified about appointment timings, being able to make bookings and register personal details on the ACT Health database through the website. The project will commence on time as being a high priority and will be initiated by the project team (Project Manager, Technical Experts and Field Experts and Project Sponsor) (Bernie Roseke, 2020).

Background information

To Assure safety and better health for Canberra’s community and considering the current situation of COVID pandemic. There are a rising number of new cases in ACT and has also encouraged new exposure locations. There are long queues that exceeds 7 hours of wait times at COVID testing sites. There are field workers and other patients who might get infectious, and this would impact the service provided by those health workers. For example, if there are 1000 cars waiting to get tested and only 30 field workers at site, ready to assist. How could this process become easier and more efficient? And how could this process bring safety to both the stakeholders. The solution to this problem can only result in designing a website that is able to solve problems regarding the current situation. Hence, this proposal has been proposed to assure that ACT health delivers the best possible solution to the Canberran community (ACT Government: Covid-19, 2021).

Project Approach

The approach selected in this proposal will be SDLC (Waterfall model) methodology as this methodology will guide the project team to effectively develop and manage this project on time. Each stage of this methodology will help monitor each task and deliverables of this project. The methodology will also assure that the objective and scope of this project are aligned with the requirements to assure project success (MaRs Startup tool, 2021). Lastly, the methodology will also give a clear structure to project tasks in WBS and will help the project team to communicate information easily while completing tasks (Lucidchart, 2021).

Measurable Organizational Value:

The MOV statements will be used as project objectives to assure that the project is appropriately developed and aligned with the scope of the project. The below MOV statements have been established with detailed steps as shown below:

Statement 1:

1) Area of Impact: Customers (Patient)

2) Desired Value: Reducing Appointment time

3) Appropriate Metric: 20 mins

4) Timeframe: 3 Months

5) Verify the MOV: The stakeholders will discuss to assure that the MOV will increase effectiveness of tasks for our patients

6) Summary: Our aim is to reduce patient wait time to 20 mins within 3 months to make COVID testing sites more effective to our patients.

Statement 2:

1) Area of Impact: Social

2) Desired Value: Safety

3) Appropriate Metric: 95%

4) Timeframe: During the test venue

5) Verify the MOV: At this stage different stakeholders will make sure that these appropriate safety measures can be created to assure safety for patients through successful implementation of this project.

6) Summary: 95% of our patients will feel safer as a smaller number of patients will be present at COVID testing site within 6 months.

Resources, Timelines, Estimated Costs, WBS and Gantt’s Chart:

This section gives an overview of the required resources, estimated cost of the expenditure, timelines for when this project will be completed, work breakdown structure and Gantt’s chart.

There are typical two types of resources required in this project which are human and cost resources involved in the project life cycle. The required resources have been evaluated based on project needs and wants (requirements), through these a proper project budget has been developed to determine the projected cost.

1) Human Resources: The human resources will be curial to this project as tasks are needed to be assigned at the start of each project phase. The project tasks will be dependent on the human resources of this project, due to this reason the right tasks will be assigned to everyone on the basis on their skillset; this will also make the cost of project budget minimized as staffing costs will considered first before allocating any other resources to this project (e Silva and Costa, 2013).

2) Cost Resources: In this project there will be different costs considered to run this project through its life cycle, like administrative, overhead, and other costs associated in this project. However, the cost management of this project may vary through each stage of the project.

Timeline of the Project:

The project timeline will be very curial towards the success of this project, as there will be different predecessors on which the other tasks will depend upon before moving on to a different phase/stage of the project. Hence the timeline has been developed through which the tasks would effectively be completed within the given timeframe. The figure below details the timeline of the project COVIDSmart Testing:

In this proposal the code of ethics will guide the team to professionally treat each other’s during the project and will help the team accomplish the project milestones as a team and to assure fairness plays its role in team dynamics of this project.

Below is the code of ethics that will be followed by each team members:

1) Integrity of work: Making sure integrity is met between the stakeholders whilst doing project task and to avoid finding shortcuts in completing these tasks.

2) Respecting in a professional manner: Making sure that everyone gives an equal amount of respect to others whilst doing a task, if a conflict arises it is individual responsibility to respectfully treat others with professionalism.

3) Maintaining privacy: Each member of the project should be aware of maintaining privacy of what is done within the organization. It would be against the values and ethical conduct of an individual to give any information that would result in a privacy breach of this organization.

4) Responsibility and accountability: Each member of the project should take full responsibility of their actions that would result in holding each other accountable. Under professionalism and code of conduct if an individual would make a certain mistake, it is expected that individuals should take responsibility of their actions and learn from their mistakes.

5) Being honest with each other: Individual team members should be honest to each other whilst doing a group task within the organizational setting.

6) Treating everyone with equality and fairness: Each member of the project should treat each other with equality and fairness, it is expected that each member of the project does not discriminate others appearance or way of doing work within the project.

These ethics will encourage sustainability in the project and will also encourage the project team members to practice this code of ethics. It will be the responsibility of project manager in the team to assure that these ethics are practiced appropriately to a get a better outcome of the project (Mishra, Dangayach and Mittal, 2011).

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MG411 Introduction to People Management-performance management

Task:

This assignment has been designed to provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your achievement of the following module learning outcomes:

1. Demonstrate an understanding of the knowledge, skills and behaviours to be an effective people manager

2. Identify and evaluate key HR processes which underpin the performance management of people at work

3. Demonstrate an understanding of contemporary issues facing line managers relating to people management

Task requirements

You are tasked with writing a ‘Reflective Portfolio’ of 2,000 word (+/- 10%) which will contain several parts compiled in the form of a written report. Using appropriate theory and relevant models, you are to reflect on key topics covered throughout this module and create a portfolio which demonstrates your reflection on:

 
1. Current issues facing line managers relating to people management
2. The knowledge, skills and behaviours to be an effective people manager
3. HR processes which underpin the performance management
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BSBCRT611 Apply Critical Thinking for Complex Problem Solving

Task:

The purpose of this learner’s guide is to:

1. Provide you with information on delivery schedule and plan of this unit
2. Ensure that you understand how students will be assessed in this unit
3. Provide information on assessment methods, strategies, and evidence requirements
4. Provide information on learning activities and assessment tasks
5. List resources which may assist in student learning and assessment tasks

This unit also incorporates Foundation Skills that are embedded within the competency elements.

Performance Evidence

Evidence of the ability to:

1. Lead the process for addressing at least one complex workplace issue up to the point of implementation. In the course of the above, the candidate must:
2. Identify task objectives and risks involved with pursuing identified problem

3. Research legislative frameworks and applicable frameworks for identified problem

4. Calculate resources required for solution development process

5. Facilitate others in idea generation for possible solutions

6. Present proposed solution to key stakeholders

7. Use feedback to revise solution to achieve stakeholder approval

8. Seek necessary approvals for the implementation of the solution. 

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