Grasp the key research models used to analyse and solve business problems. Adopt individual and group perspectives to discuss the business sector. Break down case studies. Run through the research project process from design to presentation.
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02 Mar 2020
20 Jul 2020
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This subject is designed to equip students with a problem-solving approach that can be used to tackle wicked problems within contemporary business environments. Solutions are then framed within a business model framework, and pitched to peers and industry partners. You will identify assumptions within their business model and develop a research proposal that will address a fundamental inherent assumption within their model. The research proposal will turn the assumption into a research question, identify the appropriate ontology, epistemology, method and methodology to address that question.