Assessment 1 W111




Assessment 1 W111

BSBMGT517 Assessment 1

  • Outline of the legislation and regulatory context on BBQfun operational plan
  •  – CCA is the main legislation that ensures fair trading in the marketplace. It deals with almost every aspect of your business including advertising, price setting, and transactions with other businesses or consumers. It also covers unfair market practices, industry codes of practice, mergers and acquisitions of companies, product safety, collective bargaining, product labelling, price monitoring, and the regulation of industries such as telecommunications, gas, electricity and airports.

     – Each state and territory also has its own fair trading laws, usually referred to as the Fair Trading Act; with consumer protection provisions much the same as those in the CCA. State and territory fair trading offices can give general advice on your business rights and obligations under fair trading laws. However, if you’re unsure how fair trading laws apply to your particular situation, then you are encouraged to obtain independent legal advice.

     – The Federal  sets rules for businesses handling personal information. It also allows individuals to make a complaint if personal information is mishandled. The privacy act only applies to certain businesses, so if you are unsure about your rights and obligations, you should seek independent, professional legal advice.

  • Outlines of the Procedure and policies
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    Operational plan ‘s Policy


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  • Major administrative document require the prior approval of the relevant Executive Director, as appropriate.
  • Major administrative require an approved project charter and business case prior to project funding.
  • Major administrative require an Executive Team member as project sponsor at commencement.
  • Budget and schedule status reports must be sent to the Project Sponsor at agreed intervals.
  • managers are required to have sufficient experience, skills and available time to manage the project.
  • Change, communication, risk and test plans are required to be signed off prior to implementation.
  • A post implementation review is to be conducted at project completion, reviewed by the
  • The relevant approving officer will determine project closure with a sign-off on the post implementation review.
  • Outlines of the Roles in operational plan
  • Role of the Operational Plan

    An Operational Plan is a detailed plan used to provide a clear picture of how a team, section or department will contribute to the achievement of the organisation’s strategic goals.

    The strategic goals of an organisation are outlined in the Strategic or Business Plan, which highlights the organisation’s intended direction.

    Strategic plans identify:

  • The organisation’s strengths and weaknesses
  • The organisation’s position in the marketplace
  • Potential growth areas
  • Areas of vulnerability
  • The Operational Plan should align with the organisation’s overall objectives as detailed in the Strategic Plan. This alignment can be achieved by ensuring that the team, section or department purpose aligns with the objectives of the Strategic Plan. In turn, the Operating Plan of the team, section or department should align with the purpose.

    Operational plans are used to identify:

  • The goals of the team, section or department
  • How the goals will be achieved
  • What resources are required to meet the goals
  • Develop a new operational plan
  • Allocating Human Resources
  • Every strategy must have an “owner” i.e. somebody has to be responsible for that strategies implementation. If someone is not made responsible for the strategy, it is highly likely that it will not be implemented. In the operational plan, the person responsible for the strategy is generally referred to by their job role .The strategy may be allocated to just one person, or to a group of people e.g. a team of people, a sub-committee or a department.

  • Allocating Financial Resources
  • Not every strategy requires money, but most will. If people have to be paid to do work, then there will be financial resources needed for remuneration. If volunteers are involved, money may be need to be set…


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