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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|BIS Innovation, Transformation & Change|
|Assumed Knowledge||Assumed knowledge: INFS5000 or INFS6001|
|Additional Information||Students must seek permission from the Discipline of Business Information Systems to enrol in this unit.|
|Lectures||1x 3 hr seminar per week|
|Assessment||presentation and individual project (100%)|
|Description||The unit serves as a capstone for the extended (6 unit) MCom (BIS) major and is structured around a semester long business innovation project. This project will consolidate learning from prior Business Information Systems units of study, integrate learning from other units of study in the degree, and extend knowledge, skills and capabilities to contribute to business innovation, transformation and change. The project will allow you to demonstrate your ability to critically synthesise and apply BIS tools, methods, models and frameworks with cross-disciplinary business analysis, communication and research skills. The overarching capability is to prepare a full business case for innovation to address a business problem or to seize a business opportunity. Knowledge and skills will include critical analysis of business problems in an organisation, specification of requirements, identification of options and the creative design of practical, technology-enabled business innovations to implement selected options. The business case will include planning for project implementation, management of change, risk management and evaluation of project outcomes.|