|MikesBikes CV ||26 July at 16:00||Hand in at the Student Resource Centre on Level 0 of the Sir Owen G. Glenn Building|
01 Aug 16:00 Thursday – P1
08 Aug 16:00 Thursday – P2
The main event begins
15 Aug 16:00 Thursday – R1
22 Aug 16:00 Thursday – R2
29 Aug 16:00 Thursday – R3
19 Sep 16:00 Thursday – R4
26 Sep 16:00 Thursday – R5
03 Oct 16:00 Thursday – R6
10 Oct 16:00 Thursday – R7
17 Oct 16:00 Thursday – R8
24 Oct 16:00 Thursday – R9 and R10 (Double rollover)
Not really an assessment, but listed here so you have all the deadlines in one place.
After the practice rollovers, everything will be reset at midnight on the 9 Aug (ready for the main event).
02 Aug 16:00 Friday – LJ01
09 Aug 16:00 Friday – LJ02
16 Aug 16:00 Friday – LJ03
23 Aug 16:00 Friday – LJ04
30 Aug 16:00 Friday – LJ05
20 Sep 16:00 Friday – LJ06
27 Sep 16:00 Friday – LJ07
04 Oct 16:00 Friday – LJ08
11 Oct 16:00 Friday – LJ09
18 Oct 16:00 Friday – LJ10
Write a total of 10 learning journals
The submission is at 2019 Learning journals
Learning journal reviews
05 Aug 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ01
12 Aug 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ02
19 Aug 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ03
26 Aug 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ04
16 Sep 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ05
23 Sep 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ06
30 Sep 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ07
07 Oct 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ08
14 Oct 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ09
21 Oct 16:00 Monday – Reviews of LJ10
Provide a total of 20 'feedbacks' (reviews of learning journals).
The details of who to provide feedback to will be posted before 09:00 of the day the review is due at 2019 Learning journals
22 Oct 16:00 Tuesday
Completed on Teammates. Instructions will be emailed to you before the due date.
|Summative learning journal||25 Oct 16:00 Friday||Submitted through Canvas|
Based on firm Shareholder Value after the last rollover
The highest performing firm out of all the firms get the equivalent of a 5% extra credit
Why 16:00 and not midnight
Generally, the assessment deadlines are structured so that (if you tend to work to the deadlines) you do not end up working until, say midnight.
The goal is to try and help you maintain a reasonable work-life balance.
The way tasks are scheduled means that there is little wiggle room for late assignments. E.g., If you do not get your CV in on time, Friday, then there may not be a chance for it to be considered when the teams are formed first thing Monday. This could result in you not being placed in a team. Likewise, if you are late with a learning journal, one consequence is that no-one will be allocated to provide you feedback on it, and you will not be allocated any learning journals on which to provide. That may cost you marks.