- Conceptualising business from a risk perspective
- The changing role of business: value creation for shareholders, customers and other stakeholders
- Business models and strategy as risk management tools
- Risk assessment and management
- Quality systems: frameworks for identifying and managing risk
- Resource usage: financial, human and environmental
- Performance measurement, analysis and reporting
- Global accountability and risk
- People management in complexity and change
- Governance and leadership: value creation and risk containment roles
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
The subject introduces students to the contemporary global business environment and the changing role for business in creating value for a wide range of stakeholders. It critiques different approaches to effective and sustainable business management as reflected in decision-making, risk assessment and management, stakeholder management, resource utilisation (including financial, environmental and people resources), quality and performance analysis and approaches to accountability.
The subject explores the challenges and opportunities for leadership and management of business in the contemporary business environment, helping develop attributes that support a capacity for proactive and positive responsiveness to change challenges.
- Case-based Project - Group (30-40%)
- Online Discussion - Individual (20-30%)
- Report — Individual (30-50%)
Textbook information is pending.