Opportunity Discovery, Creativity and Design

ENT60009 12.5 Credit Points Hawthorn

Duration

  • One Semester or equivalent

Contact hours

  • 36 hours

2019 teaching periods

Hawthorn
HB1  HE Block 1
11 Feb 1924 Mar 19
Results: 30 Apr 19
 
Last self enrolment: 11 Feb 19
Census: 22 Feb 19
Last withdraw without fail: 8 Mar 19
Hawthorn
HB3  HE Block 3
13 May 1923 Jun 19
Results: 23 Jul 19
 
Last self enrolment: 13 May 19
Census: 24 May 19
Last withdraw without fail: 7 Jun 19
Hawthorn
HB5  HE Block 5
15 Jul 1925 Aug 19
Results: 1 Oct 19
 
Last self enrolment: 15 Jul 19
Census: 26 Jul 19
Last withdraw without fail: 9 Aug 19

More 2019 teaching periods...

Hawthorn
Higher Ed.  Semester 1
4 Mar 192 Jun 19
Results: 9 Jul 19
 
Last self enrolment: 10 Mar 19
Census: 31 Mar 19
Last withdraw without fail: 19 Apr 19
Hawthorn
Higher Ed.  Semester 2
5 Aug 193 Nov 19
Results: 10 Dec 19
 
Last self enrolment: 11 Aug 19
Census: 31 Aug 19
Last withdraw without fail: 20 Sep 19
Hawthorn
HT1  Term 1
4 Mar 1914 Apr 19
Results: 14 May 19
 
Last self enrolment: 4 Mar 19
Census: 15 Mar 19
Last withdraw without fail: 29 Mar 19
Hawthorn
HT3  Term 3
5 Aug 1915 Sep 19
Results: 15 Oct 19
 
Last self enrolment: 5 Aug 19
Census: 16 Aug 19
Last withdraw without fail: 30 Aug 19
Hawthorn
HT4  Term 4
23 Sep 193 Nov 19
Results: 10 Dec 19
 
Last self enrolment: 23 Sep 19
Census: 11 Oct 19
Last withdraw without fail: 18 Oct 19

Prerequisites

Anti-requisite
Completion of a unit that is very similar in content or the content overlaps with another unit.
 
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Aims and objectives

This unit provides the fundamental knowledge base and skills necessary for anyone wishing to study or work as an innovator and/or entrepreneur. The processes and evaluation techniques taught in this unit can be applied to entrepreneurship and innovation in any context: new businesses, existing businesses (small or large), not-for-profit, public service. The unit aims to critically reflect on real world innovations and entrepreneurial practice using key ideas, concepts, models, procedures, tools, methods and literature in the innovation and entrepreneurship disciplinary environment. Design and discovery principles are applied in order to discover and test product-market fit.
 
Students who successfully complete this unit will be able to:

1. Apply coherent and advanced knowledge concepts, techniques and tools in regards to discovery and development of entrepreneurial opportunities
2. Apply the fundamentals of entrepreneurship to develop business skills and apply for customer development.
3. Critically analyse business models in startup development and develop skills in building business models
4. Demonstrate integrity, ethical conduct, accountability, respect and a developing awareness of professional practices and cultural norms in a global and sustainable context
5. Work collaboratively in groups analysing, presenting and applying a range of startup tools in order to discover and develop the opportunity
 

Courses with unit

This unit is a common core unit across all degrees in Swinburne’s Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship.