Bsbrsk501B

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Assessment Task 1
Risk Review Macville Risk Management Policy and Risk Management Strategy Written Report

Keeley Lassig

SCOPE
To become a water wise cafe, implementing policies and procedures in order for the cafe to run effectively. Upgrade toilet and dishwasher. Purchase frozen par-bake cooking system.

GOALS * Serve competitive high quality coffee and food. * To have friendly well trained staff who provide great customer service. * Be Water wise * Be a profitable establishment with ongoing growth

STAKEHOLDERS Stakeholder | Internal/External | Role in Process | Stake in Process | Macville Pty Ltd | Internal | Owners | High | Me | Internal | Manager, Finance, Audit | High | James Mansfield | Internal | 2nd in Charge | High | Paula Kinski | Internal | CEO | High | Goldsmith Partners | External | Legal Advisers | Medium | Ron Langford | External | Landlord | High | Public | External | Customers | High | Staff | Internal | All Roles | High | Suppliers | External | Supplying Stock | High |

ANALYSIS
PEST
Policies and Procedures – to include Human Resources Policy
Financial Policies
Corporate Governance Policies
Business Planning and Budgeting
External Audit
Risk Management Reviews
Monthly Planning
Taxation
Economic Growth
Computers
Water Policy
Establish own products
Employee Confidentiality
Wage and Super Records
National Broadband Network
Footpath Dining
Incedent reports

SWOT

Staff
Customers
Profit Margins
Market Position
Financial Resources
Sales
Products and Services
Profitability
Growth
Water usage
Footpath dining
Introducing new products
Free WIFI in cafe
Target the elderly
2 hour delivery
Safety
Conduct of Board
Conflict of Interest
New large International chain of Coffee shop opening
Quality Products in Store

RESEARCH

Upon researching and summarising the…...

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