In this unit, students will learn how to take their solution beyond a hypothetical . This unit develops the underpinning knowledge and understanding of how Minimum Viable Products (MVP) are used to establish viability through the experiment-driven process of validation.
Students develop research, computational thinking and analytical skills in the assessment, evaluation and analysis of market information that can determine a success or failure of a project. The unit contributes to the development of sought-after entrepreneurial capabilities, which may be applied in any work context including in local or global start-ups or in organisations seeking to drive business in a competitive globalised economy.
The units aims to strengthen students’ capability and skills in ‘sense-making’ and decision-making and raise their awareness about the complexity that can arise in business when individual interests conflict with public good.
On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
This unit is studied as part of the following course(s):