Manage project information and communication

Manage project information and communication BSBPMG535





Manage project information and communication



Task 1

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◻   I understand the rights to re-assessment

◻   I understand the right to appeal the decisions made in the assessment




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Student Declaration.. 2

Task 1 – Knowledge Questionnaire. 5

Question 1.. 6

Question 2.. 7

References. 7




Task 1 – Knowledge Questionnaire


Task summary and instructions


What is this assessment task about?This assessment is a written questionnaire with a mix of objective and subjective questions.


The questionnaire is designed to meet the knowledge required to meet the unit requirements safely and effectively.


The questions focus on the knowledge evidence required for this unit of competency:


·         alternative communication methods and media and their application on various projects

·         effective project-management information systems and their various applications

·         methods used to evaluate information systems and communication processes.


Your assessor will be looking for demonstrated evidence of your ability to answer the questions satisfactorily, follow instructions, conduct online research and review real or simulated business documentation as instructed.

What do I need to do to complete this task satisfactorily?·         submit your answers to the questions within the set timeframe,

·         answer all questions as instructed,

·         answer all questions using your own words and reference any sources appropriately,

·         all questions must be answered satisfactorily.

It is advisable to:

·         review the questions carefully,

·         answer the questions using online research and the learning material provided for the unit and by reviewing real or simulated relevant business documentation (such as policies and procedures),

·         further research the topics addressed in each question.


SpecificationsYou must submit to GOALS the


·         assessment coversheet,

·         answers to all questions,

·         references.


Resources and equipment •        computer with Internet access,

•        access to Microsoft Office suites or similar software,

•        learning material.

Re-submission opportunitiesYou will be provided feedback on your performance by the Assessor. The feedback will indicate if you have satisfactorily addressed the requirements of each part of this task. If any parts of the task are not satisfactorily completed, the assessor will explain why, and provide you with written feedback along with guidance on what you must undertake to demonstrate satisfactory performance. Re-assessment attempt(s) will be arranged at a later time and date. You have the right to appeal the outcome of assessment decisions if you feel that you have been dealt with unfairly or have other appropriate grounds for an appeal. You are encouraged to consult with the assessor prior to attempting this task if you do not understand any part of this task or if you have any learning issues or needs that may hinder you when attempting any part of the task.



Answerall the questions below:


Question 1


Communication is essential in projects. Address the questions below:


ASelect 3communication methods, explain them and describe how they can be applied to projects.MethodExplanation and application (50-80) words/method)
Non-verbalEmail correspondence is a way to send a text to colleagues, but it should only contain vital information and should be followed up with a spoken follow-up for more specific information.
ElectronicsWhen your organisation is dispersed and individuals might benefit from conceptualising, use video gatherings or questions and answers. For extra inside and out introductions to colleagues, you may attach accounting pages and video documents to communications (Mindzaeva et al., 2019, May).
VerbalYou may verify answers and ensure your message is received while conversing vocally with a coworker. Bringing coworkers together boosts morale and can help to spark creativity and enthusiasm for the project. When the strategy is in place, gatherings are appropriate, and you must ensure that everyone involved gets the same message. Workshops, workshops, and meetings encourage collaboration and the open exchange of novel ideas.
BSelect 2 communication media, explain them and describe how they can be applied to projects.MediumExplanation and application (30-50 words/medium)
Two-way remote communicationWhen you and the recipient are not in the same physical place, two-way remote communication allows you to receive continuous feedback from one another.

Despite the fact that you can obtain immediate feedback from the recipient, the criticism is usually limited when compared to face-to-face conversation.

Face to faceFace to face communication refers to any spoken or nonverbal communication that takes place in the same physical space as the collector. You can communicate vocally with your words as well as non-verbally through non-verbal communication.
CIdentify 2 effective project management information systems and communication processes and outline how they can be applied to projects.Information systemApplication (30-50 words/information system)





The process of project estimation entails allocating a price to each project work. Each activity is then added together to form a project estimate.
SchedulingBecause schedules are such an important part of project management, scheduling tools are found in practically all project management information systems.


Question 2


Select and explain 2 methods used to evaluate information systems and communication processes.

(30-50 words/method)


Goal-free evaluationGoal free assessment is some assessment in that the evaluator indicates the assessment without certain information on or reference to foreordained or expressed targets as well as objectives (Gelinas et al., 2014).
Goal basedGoal based evaluation is the strategy utilized to declare the actual outcome of the challenge when contrasted with the targets of the first arrangement.




Please include your references below:



Gelinas, U. J., Dull, R. B., & Wheeler, P. (2014). Accounting information systems. Cengage learning.


Mindzaeva, E., Beshenkov, S., & Adamchuk, D. (2019, May). Information support for the management of socially-important projects. In Series: Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Development of Education in Eurasia (ICDEE 2019) (pp. 18-23).