|1.||Identify problems and opportunities that influence innovation and entrepreneurship that embraces technology for 21st century businesses;|
|2.||Develop an understanding how effective research methods to support problems or opportunities identified by applying relevant innovation theories and market implications;|
|3.||Develop skills in creative thinking, divergent thinking, design thinking, decision-making and transforming an initial idea to a full-fledged business opportunity, designing and organising a team and assessing the opportunities of the new business idea;|
|4.||Effectively work in a team assigned with appropriate roles and goals that contribute in achieving group-negotiated outcomes for the entrepreneurial venture; and|
|5.||Persuasively argue the effectiveness of a business pitch through upholding evidence in an oral presentation to a variety of audiences.|
|Assignment||Ideas Booth (Individual Assessment)||20%|
|Report||Venture Mapping: Model & Team Plan (Group)||20%|
|Presentation||Pitching & Pitch Deck (Group)||40%|
Entrepreneurship: Successfully launching new ventures, Global edition (8th ed.).
Barringer, B. R., & Ireland, R. D. (2018).
Harlow: Pearson Education.
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