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Unit of Study

Managing Connected Enterprises
UoS Code EMBA6003
Credit points 12
Offered Intensive May
Prerequisites None
Corequisites
Prohibitions
Assumed Knowledge EMBA6000
Additional Information Only students enrolled in the degree Executive Master of Business Administration, are permitted to enrol in this unit of study
Lectures 2-week residential block intensive in May.
Assessment team presentation to client (50%), individual reflective report (50%)
Description Today\\\'s business leaders need to be able to operate in an interconnected business world. They not only need to understand the fundamentals of managing a business (strategy, marketing, accounting, finance, operations, human resource management, and international business), they need to understand how to operate in a world with high levels of uncertainty, ambiguity and complexity. Their business models are being disrupted more frequently and more significantly. This module uses a project from a global growth area for Australia (Agribusiness or similar) to provide students with a base for learning about business fundamentals within a context of disruption. The module also develops students┬┐ understanding of the importance of food, water and soil security in sustaining populations and the impact of food systems and distribution of income on health and well-being of different socio-economic groups. The project gives students the opportunity to continue to develop their team skills as introduced in EMBA6002 Reframing Leadership.