|1.||Critically analyse and understand the scope of technological change as key drivers of innovation in wide ranging, contemporary organisations;|
|2.||Critique the theoretical knowledge underlying the technological change and infer on the ways firms come up with innovations;|
|3.||Critically evaluate the complexities that surround technological change and organisational change when implementing new ideas and technology in Australian and global contexts;|
|4.||Inquire and collaborate effectively in resolving complex technology adoption problems in local and multi-national organisations. Appreciate the importance of teamwork - in particular multidisciplinary teamwork and high performing teams;|
|5.||Analyse and assess different innovation processes using a series of real-life case studies and evaluate the differences between technological change and organisational change, recommending sustainable strategies to manage change; and|
|6.||Validate project management methodologies including agile methodology and various tools through their expert use in contemporary organisational contexts.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Report||Report on leadership and organisational competencies needed to drive innovation in a complex world.||25%|
|Report||Develop a strategy and plan for the business as a written report, explaining ideas through concepts, frameworks learned with an actionable plan||25%|
|Presentation||Video presentation, a digital transformation strategy and plan||50%|
|Assignment||Evaluating the complexity of technological change (500 words)||10%|
|Case Study||Analysis and comparison of innovation processes (2,000 words)||40%|
|Research Paper||Exploring the relationship between technological change and organisational change (2,500 words)||50%|
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