|1.||Critically review the issues that influence how human creativity translates to innovation, intrapreneurship and entrepreneurship and how this transitional process is enabled and managed in different types of settings and organisational forms;|
|2.||Critically interrogate and evaluate the literature on entrepreneurship and apply that understanding to interpret the steps in the successful trajectory of entrepreneurial ventures;|
|3.||Integrate and deconstruct knowledge and learnings from a range of contexts and disciplines to conceptually map, apply and make recommendations for the management of innovation and entrepreneurship for a given organisational context;|
|4.||Demonstrate accountability in autonomous and collaborative judgements and innovative strategic thinking in response to contemporary and future business/ professional challenges through working collaboratively on an innovative new venture; and|
|5.||Design, formulate and present a business plan for a business venture grounded in a convincing innovation and entrepreneurial proposition.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Report||Analysing an entrepreneurial mindset||20%|
|Case Study||Investigation on an entrepreneurial venture||30%|
|Project||Venture Business Plan including an application for funding and presentation (Group)||50%|
|Assignment||Assessing your entrepreneurial characteristics||10%|
|Presentation||Developing an innovative venture idea||40%|
|Other||Accelerating commercialisation grant application and reflection||50%|
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