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MGX3250: Innovation, Entrepreneurship And Intrapreneurship

Faculty of Business and Economics

Innovation, Entrepreneurship And Intrapreneurship

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This unit examines entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial behaviour as something that occurs both within organisational settings, as well as amongst those who start up their own business ventures. You will be challenged to think critically about the selection and application of concepts, frameworks and analytical techniques in both entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship situations with the aim of developing self-insight, analysis, and judgement to identify and successfully implement innovative business opportunities. The unit provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate critical and creative scholarship and responsible and effective global citizenship, whilst analysing and providing multidisciplinary solutions to a current issue in commerce via a team-based approach.


1 - Within semester assessment - 100%


Minimum total expected workload to achieve the learning outcomes for this unit is 144 hours per semester typically comprising a mixture of scheduled learning activities and independent study. Independent study may include associated readings, assessment and preparation for scheduled activities. You are expected to complete all pre-class activities prior to your scheduled class, and post-class activities should be completed after your scheduled class. Learning activities may include a combination of teacher directed, peer directed and online engagement activities.