|1.||Deconstruct the elements and factors in the external and internal environment of organisations that shape and drive sustainable value creation in the context of professional practice;|
|2.||Critically review and interpret the contribution that current academic and practitioner research makes to solving business issues that arise in relation external and internal contexts of organisation;|
|3.||Investigate systematically complex contemporary business problems and apply innovative problem solving skills in the development and application of relevant and effective research responses;|
|4.||Extrapolate knowledge about problems and solutions relating to complex disparate issues that emerge through the literature, expert guest speakers and industry site visits; and creatively apply and communicate these insights to new situations in a clear, concise and ethical manner to peers and the community; and|
|5.||Infer and elucidate relevant insights gained from a holistic investigation of business issues and research to their own field of professional practice and future doctoral research activities.|
|Portfolio||Web-posted reflective portfolio (1,500 to 2,500 words)||25%|
|Report||Written and oral report (3,000 to 4,000 words)||50%|
|Poster||Poster presentation and oral examination (1,000 to 2,000 words)||25%|
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