2014 Unit of Study
The session(s) below are for 2014. For Summer School 2014 unit of study availability please visit the Summer School website (main Summer session January/February 2014).
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|Intellectual Property Management|
|Assumed Knowledge||IBUS5002, or completion of at least 24 credit points|
|Lectures||1x 2hr lecture and 1x 1hr seminar/wk|
|Assessment||Individual assessment (30%), group assignment (15%), group presentation (15%), and final exam (40%)|
|Description||Intellectual property (IP) represents theproperty of your mind, intellect, and proprietary knowledge.There are a number of means ofprotecting your IP, including patents, copyright andtrademarks.Creating IP does not necessarily meanyou own the rights to use it, as most forms require you to take formal steps toregister your IP and obtain the legal rights of ownership(both in Australiaand internationally).This unit ofstudy will cover aspects including the concept of IP, how to identify andprotect it in a local and international context, creating theconditions toencourage and leverage IP in a commercial context, how to manage a portfolio ofIP, and enforcement scenarios. The unit concentrates on how to utilise IP tocreate, controland exchange value, with particular attention paid to thepractice of open innovation.|