21900 Business Literacies and the Future6cp
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
As part of the C04287 Masters of Management, C04285 Masters of Events Management, C04286 Masters of Human Resource Management, C04288 Masters of Not-For-Profit Management and C04290 Masters of Sports Management and their nested courses, students with at least two years full time, or equivalent, relevant managerial work experience can substitute an alternative subject from their course in place of 21900 Business Literacies and the Future via an e-Request.
The managerial or supervisory work experience must be demonstrated through a C.V. and a Statement of Service, confirming the dates of employment and the position held within the organisation.
The subject provides students with the tools to articulate ideas and affect positive change through written communication in business contexts. This subject is designed to equip students with robust business literacy skills, so as to advance success both within the context of their higher-degree learning, and beyond (into their careers). The cascading development of business literacy is scaffolded against the changing nature of work and careers. Each week, students critically examine the substantial changes confronting the practice of business and work and explore issues related to artificial intelligence, robotisation, and the internet of things. By reflecting on and envisaging the way that these emerging trends will impact on students’ own careers, students build adaptability and career agility, while also furthering the timeless skill of impactful written communication.
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