BSBLDR812 Develop and Cultivate Collaborative Partnerships and Relationships

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  1. This assessment item has two Part A has Multiple Choice Questions and Part B has

Short answer questions.

  1. In order to be treated as competent, you have to attempt all sections and demonstrate satisfactory
  2. Answer all After completion, save the file and submit on PCT’s Moodle portal.
  3. Please read the questions Use clear descriptions and expressions.

Part A - Multiple Choice Questions 

  • To improve productivity, managers should tell employees
    1. To communicate only with the bosses
    2. To bring new ideas and concepts
    3. Not to share information with other employees
    4. All of the above
  • Possible causes of poor performance might include,
    1. Misunderstood instructions and directions
    2. Inadequate training
    3. Personal problems not directly associated with work
    4. All of the above
  • As a manager how would you monitor operations,
    1. Tracking progress
    2. Checking compliance
    3. Testing policies, procedures and systems
    4. All of the above
  • When employee performance processes do not result any improvement, managers issue Warning procedure may not include,
    1. Last performance appraisal
    2. A written letter
    3. Dismissal
    4. Verbal warning
  • Which of the following regarding conflict is not correct?
    1. Conflict is bad when it is mishandled
    2. Conflict is necessary for change and improvement
    3. Conflict is destructive
    4. Conflict requires proper management
  • At different levels of organization, there should be processes to ensure that issues raised are resolved promptly or referred. They include,
    1. Conducting meetings
    2. Distributing newsletters
    3. Participating in planned organizational activities
    4. All of the above.
  • Information collected needs to be arranged in a suitable format for:
    1. Analysis , Interpretation and Dissemination
    2. Recording,Interpretation and Dissemination
    3. Recording and Dissemination
    4. All of the above
  • Sara joins an Australian organization as Occupational health and safety Her manager advised that the learner group is culturally diverse and majority of them

were born overseas. Identify the factor/s that Sara needs to consider,

  1. Knowing the audience
  2. Sharing the information or instructions that they understand
  3. Use easy English and better to avoid terminologies and phrases
  4. All of the above
  • Employee motivation is highly important for every organization due to the benefits it’s able to bring. Benefits include,
  1. Facilitate workers reaching their personal and work goals
  2. Greater employee satisfaction
  3. Employees can go extra mile if requested
  4. All of the above
  • Ensure that computer systems and software programs are used properly
    1. Establish libraries of information
    2. Set up and maintain filing systems such as filing cabinets
    3. All of the Above
    4. None of the above
  • Which of the following is NOT a strategic alliance?
    1. Joint marketing campaign
    2. Cooperative product development
    3. Joint venture
    4. Merger
  • An alliance between a supplier and a buyer that agree to use and share skills and capabilities in the supply chain, is called:
    1. Diversification alliance
    2. Shared supply alliance
    3. Complementary alliance
    4. Vertical integration alliance
  • What is "strategic control"?
    1. Control over the production process within an organization, in the sense of determining how the employees of an organization perform their work.
    2. The process by which one entity influences, to varying degrees, the behaviour and output of another entity through informal mechanisms.
    3. Control over the means and methods on which the whole conduct of an organization depends.
    4. Control over the production process within an organization, in the sense of determining how informal practices are performed.
  • If a relationship is important to you and you just want to “hide” your dissatisfaction, you may choose this conflict management style:
  1. accommodating
  2. withdrawal
  3. compromising
  4. collaborating
  • The following guidelines can be helpful to initiate a collaborative conflict conversation EXCEPT:
  1. State ownership of the conflict.
  2. Mentally rehearse what you will
  3. Take as much time as you need to give your side.
  4. Do not blame or ascribe motives.

PART B - Short answer questions     

  1. What is the difference between a strategic alliance and long-term agreement with respect to supplier? Give the example of alliance and show how you would measure its performance?
  • A joint venture is an association formed by two or more entities with a separate legal identity to achieve specific business objectives. On the other hand, a strategic alliance is an arrangement between two or more companies that carry out a particular purpose.
  1. Briefly explain integrated stakeholder engagement and its How to create an effective engagement strategy for partner or a stakeholder?
  • Stakeholder engagement, from the outset, helps build involvement and a sense of continuation to a new Allow adequate time and planning to include all relevant parties and to allow them to discuss, understand and internalise each project milestone or step in the process.
  1. What is collaboration? Explain Digital workplace with example and its
  • Collaboration is a working practice whereby individuals work together for a common purpose to achieve business benefit. Collaboration enables individuals to work together to achieve a defined and common business purpose.
  1. What is the organisation culture? What must strategic leaders do to develop and sustain an effective organisation culture?
  • The organizational culture definition relates to the structure of an organization such as a company or non-profit and the values, sociology, and psychology of that Some examples of organizational culture include philosophy, values, expectations, and experiences.
  1. What help do you need from the organisation to develop your skills, knowledge and capabilities in support of your career plans?
  2. Explain genuine shared vision and set of goals across the partnership? To whom will the partnership report? Is there a process to report on progress?
  • The shared vision process gives the parties a reason to sit side by side; it strengthens their relationship and can lead to a deeper understanding of each party's business and how to leverage each other's strengths for mutual gain.
  1. List different type of resources that you may be required to allocate to your partnership program
  • Human resources are an integral part of most projects
  • Tools and equipment that are used to produce the product, but don't become part of it, must be identified and allocated to each task
  • Materials
  • Facilities
  1. What is various range of information that needs to be identified while forming partnerships using collaborative and consultative processes?
  • Step 1: Determine the need and readiness.
  • Step 2: Recruit the right people and organizations.
  • Step 3: Assess resources needed.
  • Step 4: Determine structure of the collaborative partnership.
  • Step 5: Develop a communication
  • Step 6: Agree on and develop an action plan.
  1. List various indicators and feedback processes that can be used to evaluate the health of the work
  • When it comes to workplace health, there are seven key performance indicators to These include physical fitness, physical comfort, physical nourishment, cognitive well-being, social well-being, emotional well-being, and environmental well-being.

10. List various principles that need to be ensured while organising and allocating work activities in a cost effective and equitable manner with clear, quantifiable and agreed performance standards.

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