|1.||Understand and apply concepts of evidence based management and practice based research to a particular field of business research endeavor and critique as well as identify best practice examples of translating and linking business research to address industry needs;|
|2.||Evaluate appropriate research undertaken in a selected field of interest to refine the knowledge of research principles and demonstrate expert understanding of theoretical knowledge in a selected field of interest;|
|3.||Elucidate current research undertaken in the nominated field of interest, including trends, ranges of topics researched, methodologies used as a basis for scholarly independent work; and|
|4.||Synthesise complex information and current research, including trends, ranges of topics researched, methodologies used and relevant literature in relation to contemporary Australian and international business practices in order to abstract creative ideas and solutions to wide ranging contemporary global business issues.|
|Report||Written Risk Assessment on conducting, completing and translating your research. Written Business Plan to gain support for your research 3000 words||30%|
|Research Paper||Written Literature Review Evidencing the Innovation and Significance in terms of policy practice, theory and empirical research.5000 words||40%|
|Portfolio||Presentation Three Minute Thesis 3MT Reflection on Development Strategies 2000 words in total||30%|
The Oxford Handbook of Evidence-Based Management.
Rousseau, D.M. (Ed) 2012.
Oxford University Press. USA.
Leading with Character: Stories of Valor and Virtue and the Principles they Teach.
Sosik, J.J. 2015.
Information Age Publishing Inc.: Charlotte, North Carolina USA.
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