ethics and sustainability risk factors

Task 1
In this task you will unpack the ethics and sustainability risk factors for an organisation (focal firm) of your choosing. This task addresses course learning
objectives 1 & 2. The task has two parts:
1. Identify the ethics and sustainability related practices and risk factors for
an organisation (focal firm) and its supply chain
2. Assess the risk factors based on impact and chance of occurrence of the
You must prepare your findings as a PowerPoint presentation of 6-8 slides (excluding
references). Format your findings as if you were presenting them to the leadership
team of the organisation – you are encouraged to include images, diagrams or other
visualisations to support your findings.
To make this task easier to complete, it’s recommended you choose an organisation
to study that has information about its supply chain available online, either through
its own company reports or through third party audits. You are welcome to use the
organisation you work for, provided you can locate the information required to
complete this task (assignment submissions will be kept confidential between the
learner and course facilitator).
Marking criteria
• Extensiveness of the list of ethical and sustainable practices and risk
factors. (20%)
• Assessment of risk factors (20%)

Task 2
Building on the information completed in Assessment 1, you will create a
professional presentation slide deck for your chosen organisation showing suitable
strategies to mitigate the risk factors (risk factors that identified from assessment 1)
and evaluate the effectiveness of the strategies (e.g. effectiveness in terms of cost,
performance, benefit analysis etc.).
Your slide deck should be 6-8 slides excluding references. This task addresses Subject
Learning Objective(s): 1, 2 & 3
Submit your slide deck on this page by selecting Start Assignment.
Marking criteria
• Demonstration of adequate capability in determining right strategies to
mitigate risks. (30%)
• The extent of depth in evaluating strategies. (30%)