IND311—Industry Project (Advanced)

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Assessment Project Plan
Individual/Group Group (five people)
Length 1,000 words (+/–10%)

Learning Outcomes

The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successful completion of the task below include:

a) Analyse relevant industry challenges to support the development of IS solutions for addressing specific
organisational problems.
b) Produce the appropriate documentation aligned to the project delivery methodology to evidence project progress
with project stakeholders.
c) Demonstrate professional skills to complete individual and team tasks.

Submission Due by 11.55 pm AEST/AEDT, Sunday, end of Module 2.2 (Week 4)
Weighting 25%
Total Marks 100 marks

Assessment Task

This assignment is designed to provide you with a true-to-industry business-project experience. This project plan will form the basis of the client report you will produce by the end of the trimester. All successful projects should begin with a plan and resource allocation, which have been agreed to by all team members.

In this 1,000-word document, you will establish the parameters of your report, including the milestones.

Please refer to the Task Instructions for details on how to complete this task.


This trimester you will actively contribute to a project team to deliver a business solution for a client. You will be provided with a client case study or business challenge for which you will provide recommendations via the completion of these assessments.

The assessment format is modelled on industry practice, and the subject is designed to leverage your knowledge of information systems management and industry techniques to help you transition to industry. All teams will complete one project focused on a client’s brief.

In completing this assessment, you will demonstrate key business/industry skills, including:

– Listening skills, including an ability to listen, understand and interpret client requirements;
– Communication skills, including an ability to succinctly and accurately deliver recommendations and outcomes;
– Team-work skills, including an ability to work in a team, negotiate and deliver outcomes;
– Creative problem-solving skills; and
– Processing and implementation skills, including an ability to process and action new information in a timely manner to produce outcomes.

Task Summary

This Capstone subject is designed to simulate an industry experience. All the assessments delivered are to be based on a client/organisation case study that your lecturer will provide to you.

The structure of the assignments is designed to simulate a real-world client/organisation project. The assessments will be completed sequentially and build on each other to deliver a final report and recommendation to the client/organisation. The structure for the assignments is as follows:

1. Each Week: From Week 2 (when your groups have been formed) you will deliver a project status report each week, present this status report to your lecturer in a one-on-one session and minute the outcomes. A copy of each status report and meeting minutes from weeks 2–9 inclusive are to be included as attachments as part of Assessment 3.

2. First Phase: Assessment 1—In the first phase, your team will develop your project plan. This will provide the structure and framework through which your team will develop Assessments 2 and 3. In addition, it will provide an overview of your understanding of your client and its key stakeholders. The details of Assessment 1 are included in this document.

3. Second Phase: Assessment 2—In the second phase, your group will develop and deliver a milestone report. In this report you will outline the client requirements, scope and customer profiles within the empathise and define phases of design thinking.

4. Third Phase: Assessment 3 — In the third phase, you will present your final recommendations/solutions to the client/organisation representative in two parts. In the first you will provide a written project report outlining your findings and recommendations. This report should also incorporate the feedback that has been provided to you over the trimester.

5. Final Presentation – in the final presentation you will then present this report as a team to your client/organisation representative.

Note: All status reports and meeting minutes (from weeks 2–9 10) must be included as attachments to this assignment.

Task Instructions
To complete this assessment task, you must complete the following sections and deliver a project plan based on the client case study or brief provided. The word limits are provided as a guide only.

  1. Form and register a team.
    • Form a team comprising five members
    • The deadline for team registration is 11.45 pm AEST, Friday, end of Module 1.2 (Week 2).
    • To register your team, send your lecturer an e-mail with ‘IND311 Team Registration’ in the subject line. In the body of the e-mail, list the names and student identification numbers of all the members in your team.
    • You are required to send the registration e-mail to your Lecturer before the registration deadline.
    • After the registration deadline, those students who are not in a team will be allocated to a team by the lecturer.
    • You must complete a team contract detailing the roles and responsibilities of each team member. This is to be signed by each team member and provided to your lecturer no later than the end of module 2.1 (Week 3).
  2. Review your subject notes to establish the relevant area of investigation that applies to the case. Reread any relevant readings for this subject.
  3. Read the case organisation/client brief provided by the lecturer

    Review your subject notes from the course to establish the relevant area of investigation that applies to the case. Re-read any relevant readings for this subject. Before you start writing, refer back to Assessment 1 in which you planned your approach for the assessments. MIS312 Agile Business Analysis and PRO100 Project Management may contain relevant information.

  4. Consider using graphical representation. The graphical representation of ideas and diagrams in the form of tables, graphs, diagrams and models is encouraged. These must be anchored in the context of the material and explained and justified if they are to be included. No executivesummary is required
  5. Ensure your Project Plan adopts the following structure:
  • Title page
    State the subject code and name, assignment title, students’ names, students’ numbers and your lecturer’s name.
  • Client & Context (150 words)
    Provide an overview of the client. Describe their current business operations, including both the external and internal context (e.g., In which industry do they operate? What is the business structure?).
  • Problem, Objective & Deliverables (200 words)
    Answer the following questions:
    – What is/are the problem(s) the client needs to solve?
    – What is the purpose of your project (i.e., what is your project providing to your client)?
    – What will your project produce for the client?
  • An Existing Information Systems and Technologies section (200 words)
    Identify and describe existing Information systems and/or technologies that are relevant to your client, their product or service. This should include both the technologies the client currently has in place and those within industry that may affect the client.
  • Stakeholders and Communications (150 words)
    Provide a stakeholder and communications plan that addresses the following questions:
    – Who has a vested interest in the project that you will undertake both internally and externally?
    – What is their role and what data and technology do they need to support their work at present? How will this project affect their work? What level of interest do they have in the project?
    – The communications plan should be mapped to the stakeholders and provide an overview of when, how often and through which channels you will communicate with them.
  • Roles and Responsibilities (200 words)
    List the team members in your team and their roles. Provide a brief summary of each member and what skills they have that are appropriate to the role. Include an outline detailing the:
    – Project manager
    – Product Owner
    – Domain Expert (nominate the field in which they are an expert)
    – Customer Representative
    – Lead Business Analyst
  • Key Dates & Milestones (200 words or less with visual articulation of ideas)
    List the start and finish date for your project alongside all the milestones (i.e., the due dates) associated with the project; a Gantt Chart would be appropriate.

Format of the Report

The report should use 11-point Arial or Calibri font, be 1.5–line spaced for ease of reading and display page numbers at the bottom of each page. If diagrams or tables are used, attention should be given to pagination to avoid the loss of meaning and continuity by unnecessarily splitting information over two pages. Any diagrams must be appropriately captioned.


It is expected that you reference any lecture notes used and any additional sources in the relevant subject area based on your readings and further research. It is essential that you use appropriate APA style for citing and referencing research. For more information on referencing, visit:

You are strongly advised to read the rubric, which is an evaluation guide with the criteria for grading the assignment. This will give you a clear picture of what a successful report looks like.

Submission Instructions

Submit this task via the Assessment link in the main navigation menu in MIS611 Information Systems Capstone. The learning facilitator will provide feedback via the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.

Please note that during the submission process, if you would like to include appendix items in your submission, once your first item has been uploaded, click ‘Browse Your Computer’ to attach your extra documents as an appendix. Then, click the Final Submit button.

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