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W​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ord limit: 2000 words (+/- 10%, and excluding references) Unit Learning Outcomes: ULO2: Determine how various disciplines, functions, processes and assets of a business interrelate to create value, considering principles of business sustainability ULO3: Evaluate the contribution a business makes to society, in context, considering aspects of corporate social responsibility Instructions Step 1: Consider the background of this assignment below. The global challenges associated with sustainable development are multifaceted, involving economic, social and environmental concerns. Viewed through the appropriate business lenses, such global challenges can help to identify strategies and practices that contribute to a more sustainable world, which aligns with a social responsibility to have a positive impact on society. Your business blog provides a business case for sustainability. The purpose of this assignment is for you to demonstrate your conceptual and applied understanding of the SVF by means of blogging about an organisation that demonstrates sustainability in their organisation. In other words, demonstrate how they are being sustainable, using the SVF framework as your lens to make that judgment. Step 2: Choose an Australian for-profit organisation (Sri Lankan students may choose a Sri Lankan for-profit organisation) and evaluate their overall impact on society using the four quadrants of Hart and Milstein’s Sustainable Values Framework (SVF) (2003). Demonstrate your conceptual and applied understanding of SVF by means of blogging about your selected organisation in a way that demonstrates sustainability within, or by, that organisation. In doing so, you are making a business case for sustainability. Step 3: Understand the SVF framework. View the short video below to assist you in understanding the SVF. Step 4: Apply the SVF to the company you chose and answer/apply as much as possible in each of the 4 quadrants. Your blog should include the following: An introduction that will serve as an overview of your organisation, as well as your stance on the business case for sustainability (this is your viewpoint). An explanation of the SVF, which includes a definition of each of the four quadrants (main body). There are four quadrants reflected in the SVF: (1) pollution prevention, (2) product stewardship, (3) clean technology, and (4) sustainability vision. When defining each quadrant, you are required to provide an organisational example that demonstrates your A minimum of four PEER-REVIEWED references. These are available through the ECU LibraryLinks to an external site.. In addition to empirical literature, this may include, but is not limited to, information from the organisation’s website (e.g., sustainability report), additional statistics and news coverage. Formal referencing is not required within the text unless using a direct quote, however you are required to include a reference list at the end of your Blogging can be considered a business skill, which is often seen on global website such as Forbes, LinkedIn, Harvard Business Review and Huffington Post. While blogs tend to be less formal and academic style is not required, the quality of work should be at a level suitable for a professional online audience. The blog writing style can be in first, second or third person, as long as you use your own voice (this is distinct from an essay or report that uses third p​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​erson and very little personal opinion). We choose the format of a blog because we want your opinion! A captivating opening (headline) that is clear, concise and explanatory. Eight in ten people will glance at a headline but only two read the article, so this is the hook that will perk your reader’s attention. If you have a flair with words, be creative; otherwise, go simple but begin with the benefit in mind (i.e., how will the reader benefit from reading your blog). A relatable image. Almost every blog includes an image that aligns with the content to capture the reader’s attention. You are required to include a photo of you (the author) or your business topic and include an APA captionLinks to an external site., i.e. your name on the photo. It will be up to you to decide what a suitable image might be but ensure it’s relevant to your discussion. Outside data or information is going to enhance your credibility and help you establish trust with your readers. This might include, but is not limited to, consumer testimonials, expert quotes, industry or company data, and influencer options. Any figures should be APA referenced. A conclusion that evaluates the overall (in)effectiveness of the SVF in your focal organisation. Step 5: Submit your blog via Cadmus. Notes about Cadmus You will be using Cadmus to complete this assignment. Cadmus is an online environment for written assessments. Here are some important things to remember: All the assignment instructions and resources can be found in Cadmus. You must complete all your work in Cadmus. For the best experience, use the latest version of Chrome (Links to an external site.) to access Cadmus. Cadmus How to: https://cadmus.io/getting-started/students/intro-to-the-student-environment (Links to an external site.) Cadmus Q&A Should we publish in MS Word and then upload to Cadmus? No please complete all your work in the Cadmus page. However, by not working in Cadmus, you lose out on some of the built-in educative features (e.g. paste chips, referencing guides) and workflow benefits (automatic saving and formatting, easy access to notes, instructions and checklists. We recommend you work in Cadmus. Technically speaking, there is nothing that prevents you from working in a Word document and copying your work into Cadmus. However, by not working in Cadmus, you lose out on some of the built-in educative features (e.g. paste chips, referencing guides) and workflow benefits (automatic saving and formatting, easy access to notes, instructions and checklists. We recommend you work in Cadmus. Assignment Criteria/Marking Rubric You will be marked against the detailed criteria outlined in Rubric A2 - SBL1100 221.pdf Download Rubric A2 - SBL1100 221.pdf. Generally speaking, you will be assessed on the introduction and conclusion, main body and writing style. Resources What is a good blog? Well there are many ideas here are some for you to consider: How to Write High-Quality Blog Posts for Search Engines and Readers (Links to an external site.) The 12 Dos and Don'ts of Writing a Blog (Links to an external site.) How to use the sustainable value framework as a business booster (Links to an external site.) How to Write a Blog for a Business (Links to an external site.) Learn more about Cadmus on the Student Learning Technologies Support Portal. APA 7th Referencing Guide (Links to an external site.) Academic IntegrityLinks to an ext​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ernal site.

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