BMO6630 - Business Research Methods
|1.||Systematically identify user or business needs and contextualise them within the current literature;|
|2.||Generate, critically evaluate and defend both existing and new solutions to client needs such as technology, process and tools in the study field of choice;|
|3.||Articulate and critique the link between theory and practice;|
|4.||Apply theoretical frameworks and disciplinary knowledge and skills to complex problem solving in their chosen area of study in business solutions or entrepreneurship;|
|5.||Persuasively argue propositions, findings, conclusions or recommendations to professional peers; and|
|6.||In collaboration with others, demonstrate responsibility and accountability for own learning and all aspects of the work or functions required by a team.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Presentation||Project multimedia presentation||20%|
|Other||Documented progress and reflection||20%|
|Assignment||Critical review of consulting skills & knowledge||10%|
|Report||Investigating an organisational issue||40%|
|Presentation||Shark tank pitch||50%|
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