Using analytical tools to develop insights and understanding of business performance, so as to drive decision making. Building students' confidence to analyze related Asian issues and present findings to a lay audience.
Individual Tutorial Assignments (Weeks 5 & 10): 20% (10% each)
Group Project (due Week 12; presentation Week 13): 20%
Class Participation: 20%
Final Examination (Open Book; bring anything except computers and hand phones: 40% (Look under IVLE module Timetable for official announcement: https://ivle.nus.edu.sg/Module/list_timetable.aspx?CourseID=bba94417-64d5-4723-87f4-4e26bea0dbc0)
Assessment for Participation will also take into account a student’s attitude, responsiveness, etiquette, attendance, punctuality, cooperation, compliance, communal spirit, contribution (e.g. sharing of useful web links), and involvement in any activities in the IVLE Discussion Forum. Please display your (nick)name on a placard or "tent" placed in front of you when you attend a tutorial, if the room furniture allows it. Thanks.
Tutors will help with forming of Project groups as necessary.
Assignments and Project reports are to be uploaded to the respective IVLE Workbins by 23:59 on the respective due dates:
Sunday at the end of Week 5: 1st Assignment,
Sunday at the end of Week 10: 2nd Assignment (changed to 31 October),
Saturday at the end of Week 12: Project report.
BACT members offer walk-in or email consulting, for software use, tutorial questions and assignments in DSC1007 & DSC2008. Please also consult your tutors normally for analytics questions. Walk-in BACT consulting schedule will be posted at http://facebook.com/nusbact and http://bizblogs.nus.edu/bact/ba2-tips/consultations, with consulting room at Mochtar Riady Building BIZ1 8-2. Email consulting is available at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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