The second of an innovative, two-subject sequence, Business Model Execution continues students’ journey through a systematic process to invent, design and implement new business models. The primary focus of this subject is for students to launch, grow, manage and eventually shut down the business created the previous semester in Business Model Generation. Within this context, students have the opportunity to develop their teamwork, project management and decision-making capabilities such as navigating the challenges experienced within the typical organisational life cycle (e.g., launch, growth, stability and shut-down). As with Business Model Generation, students continue to develop an integrated business perspective, synthesising a broad range of disciplinary knowledge from previous studies in marketing, accounting, management, finance, information technology and other areas.
|Faculty||Bond Business School|
1. Describe the nature and design of organisations, major organisational processes, the organisational life cycle and the evolving role of organisations in society.
2. Develop a functioning organisation that creates value by delivering a product or service to a defined target market by integrating and applying knowledge from several functional areas (e.g., marketing, digital business, accounting, finance).
3. Evaluate the creative problem-solving, decision-making, conflict management and other important behaviours within your team and their impact on your individual and collective performance.
4. Demonstrate effective project management through the effective implementation, management and shut down of your business model.
5. Demonstrate effective teamwork to effectively implement and manage your business model.
6. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills in the preparation and presentation of plans, status reports and final evaluations of the implementation, management and shut down of your team’s business model.
7. Demonstrate the ability to reflect on, evaluate and extract insights and new learning from your experiences.
There are no co-requisites.
BUSN13-331 must be taken in the prior semester to BUSN13-332 which must be completed in the Final semester. Students must have completed 160 credit points of their program prior to undertaking this subject.
This subject is not available as a general elective. To be eligible for enrolment, the subject must be specified in the students’ program structure.
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