31247 Collaborative Business Processes6cp
Requisite(s): 31266 Introduction to Information Systems
This undergraduate subject allows students to explore a problem and work through an end-to-end problem solving process.
It introduces methods that can be used by agile teams to support the creativity, critical thinking and design that characterise innovation, and ways to apply these to real world problems. Starting from scoping a chosen problem, students develop a deeper understanding, supported by data and evidence. The subject introduces the support tools that allow teams to collaborate across distance and ways to adapt social networking for knowledge sharing and innovation. Students apply various tools to understand the problem and generate effective solution(s), such as design thinking, process modelling, systems thinking, business modelling, etc. It encourages students to share knowledge and quickly develop solutions that address current and emergent issues in society or business.
Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125