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21227 Innovation and Entrepreneurship




In this subject, students learn and apply the foundational concepts and theories of innovation and entrepreneurship. The subject introduces different forms of innovation and entrepreneurship, and the key strategies, structures and processes underpinning them. Students develop an understanding of the complexity of organising and managing innovation and entrepreneurship at individual, organisational and institutional levels, and the need to apply these nuanced insights into creating and capturing value through innovative business concepts and entrepreneurial ventures. The subject equips students with the knowledge and skills to engage in classical and contemporary forms of innovation and entrepreneurship in an increasingly dynamic and complex business environment.

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