Task Each group will produce a business report of not more than 2000 words and design a prototype to Rob Vartanian, the Owner of Shahi Grill, covering the following 1. Outline the objectives of the project and define the problem (Steps 1 &2 of Design Thinking Methodology).2. Identify stakeholders3. List the assumptions

Task: Each group will produce a business report of not more than 2000 words and design a prototype to Rob Vartanian, the Owner of Shahi Grill, covering the following:
1. Outline the objectives of the project and define the problem (Steps 1 &2 of Design Thinking Methodology).
2. Identify stakeholders
3. List the assumptions you will make to develop the artifacts
4. Express your analysis and design of the prototype using RUP models
5. Description of your approach to four phases of Design Thinking principles to develop the Artifacts.
6. Critically evaluate the methods you have used in the process
7. Expected project costs and financial requirements based on an assumed timeframe (Budget in an Excel Spread sheet)
8. What competitive advantages might be gained in developing the new information system?
9. What are the possible effects for this Business if its information system project fails?
Note: You’ll be using Design Thinking and Agile Scrum as methodologies to develop the prototype.
See the subject website for ‘Report Writing’, a short guide to writing reports, which details the required structure for the report.
Discussion Topic:
The Shahi Grill is a South American restaurant in Sydney. Rob Vartanian is the owner of the restaurant. Rob has a Restaurant Manager, Alan and a Head Chef, Peter who runs the restaurant for him, as well as 20 or so waiters, chefs, bartenders, etc.
The restaurant seat 200 people and is very busy most nights of the week, especially Friday and Saturday. Bookings can be made over the phone four weeks in advance.
Currently the restaurant has one computer with which all bookings are recorded and managed, payroll is processed and menus are written and printed from.
Orders are taken by hand on pads with carbon paper. One copy goes to the kitchen; the other is held by the waiter and finally given to the patron as their bill at the end of the night. Inventory is ordered by Alan, the Head chef who checks the stock visually and records on a note pad at the end of each day the items they are low on. He makes the orders using text messages or phone calls.
Rob would like to automate the business. He would like customer orders electronically sent to the kitchen and bills automatically calculated and printed out. He would also like customer orders to be linked with the ordering and inventory of stock so he can track wastage/inconsistencies and streamline the ordering process. He would like to be able to attribute a cost to each dish based on labour, ingredients and overheads.
Rob is also interested in developing a mobile app to offer exclusive deals from time to time to his customers who are willing to download the app. Customers would be able to see the menu on their mobile device and use the app to make reservations. With the introduction of an app, Rob is confident that this feature would increase his income by 10 per cent.
Rob would also like to generate monthly, half-yearly and annual Financial Report. Ideally, Rob wants the new system to provide all necessary information to run the Restaurant and increase the income by 10 per cent at the end of 2019 -20 financial year.
Rob is planning on expanding a second and possibly third restaurant in the next year and would like to roll out the system to all three, enabling him to integrate the three restaurants financial management.
You are asked to prepare and submit a report for the proposed system and submit it to Rob Vartanian for consideration.
Note: Where you are unable to provide information, identify questions you would need to ask to be able to resolve those issues.
Marking Guidelines (based on the task) 30%
1. Objectives, List of Stakeholders and Problem Definition – (3 marks)
2. Your Design Thinking approach with artefacts – (5 marks)
3. Produce a collection of Use cases – elaborate your answer to 1 – (5 marks)
4. Identify objects and classes needed. Express using required RUP models-(4 marks)
5. From 3 & 4 produce run time models for the prototype – (3 marks)
6. Iterate over 3,4 &5 keep in mind the focus of each iteration – (2 marks)
7. Critical evaluation of the methods you have used in the process – (3 marks)
8. Project costs (Budget) – (2 marks)
9. Competitive advantages and possible effects if the project fails – (2 marks)
10. Presentation, structure, clarity – (1 mark)
Submission: You are required to submit the soft copy of the Report through Turnitin plagiarism checker, on the due date indicated above. A late penalty of 10% of the subject weighting for the Report will be applied each day to work that is submitted late, unless prior arrangements have been made with the Subject Coordinator.
Cover sheet: Students must submit the assignment with the cover sheet signed by the members of the group.
Note: Questions in relation to the assignment should be posted on the Discussion Board. Make sure you have read the Assignment Outline before you ask your question. Questions on the assignment that are received via email will not be answered.
Presentation Individual – 10% (Weeks 11/12)
In groups of three, present aspects of your report and the artifacts. You will be marked for individual contribution. Each group will give a 10-minute presentation followed by 5 minutes of questions, discussion and feedback during weeks 11 and 12. Presentations should be made on PowerPoint. The group order for presentations will be allocated randomly by your tutor and will not be published until the presentation day.

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