Management of Technology and Innovation
Meet the challenges presented by emerging technologies. Pick apart research and development practices. Look at national and international perspectives.Know why it’s important to ethically and sustainably manage developing and disruptive technologies.
Your upfront cost: $0
- 15 Jul 2019
- 20 Jul 2020
- 16 Nov 2020
On successful completion of this subject you will be able to:
- Manage business innovation and technology challenges in business both nationally and internationally
- Research and evaluate data to inform and support decision making that contributes to the effective management of technology, change and innovation
- Reflect on the knowledge and skill required of managers to make ethical and sustainable business decisions in relation to technology and innovation
- Construct and present effective oral and written forms of professional communication.
- Introduction to Business Innovation and Technology
- Innovation, Thinking Styles, Design and Entrepreneurship
- Innovation Culture and Change by Design
- Innovation Strategy
- Innovation Tools and Methodologies
- Emerging and Disruptive Technologies
- Technology Strategy
- R&D Management
- Innovation Leadership
- Innovation tools and methodologies
- CLN presentations
This subject examines the role of entry level managers in the management of technology and innovation in national and international business. The subject includes an examination of the literature concerning managing business innovation and discusses technology management, including the management and commercialisation of incremental, emerging and disruptive technologies in ethical and sustainable ways. The subject shows the need for the integration of business innovation and technology management. In this subject, you are asked to reflect on the knowledge and skill required of managers to apply innovation and technology management strategies and techniques to enhance ethical decision making and sustainable business performance.
- Group Report (50%)
- Individual Analysis (50%)
Textbooks are not required.
Textbook information is pending.