Becoming as Entrepreneurial and Competitive as Business. Notably, the literature is still young—14 of these articles were published after Also interesting is the spread of topics:
Aims and Objectives Module Aims The module takes you through the principles of systems thinking and design thinking to develop a solution to a social problem.
To map a solutions landscape to solve a social challenge identified in the course. To think into the strategic planning necessary to tackle this social issue. To provide students with enterprising, leadership and collaborative skills. In the process of doing so you will evolve core graduate skills: Learning Outcomes Having successfully completed this module you will be able to: Work in teams and develop leadership skills to design a solution to a social challenge Conduct qualitative problem-solving research Use systems thinking to understand social problems Use design thinking to create solutions to social problems Brainstorm effectively Prototype and iterate solutions to social challenges Pitch ideas persuasively To become self-aware of your skills development Communicate effectively, in both oral and written form, using and justifying argument within presentations and short reports Syllabus This module is an experiential introduction to social enterprise and entrepreneurship through a human-centred design process.
It takes students, stage-by-stage, through a process of conception, design and delivery of a idea for social change. Each stage is broken down into individual tasks which propels each team further towards the execution of a prototype social venture.
The module is intended as a launchpad for further explorations of student enterprise activity, whether as an independent entrepreneur or as a contributor to on-going social ventures. Students will participate in a series of workshops which will help them to understand their skillsets creating benchmarks and monitoring progress and their own leadership styles.
These workshops will take place in class.
Students, as part of summative assessment, will submit individual reports where they will present problem landscape, solutions landscape and opportunities for intervention Reflective log: These blogposts will be thematised using specific skills and leadership concepts.The Role of the Researcher in the Qualitative Research Process.
A Potential Barrier to Archiving Qualitative Data. This module requires you to carry out an independent research project, under supervision from your tutor.
It aims to provide you with the skills to conduct a literature review and to identify viable and valuable topics for research. Adopting an inductive theory building approach through qualitative research methodology of data collection and analysis spread across six months, followed by inter-rater reliability testing using quantitative technique, this empirical study researches the meaning of the ‘social enterprise’ construct in the Indian context, and develops a conceptual framework that represents the construct.
Document, Discover and Interoperate. The Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) is an international standard for describing the data produced by surveys and other observational methods in the social, behavioral, economic, and health sciences.
Methods and Statistics in Social Sciences from University of Amsterdam. Identify interesting questions, analyze data sets, and correctly interpret results to make solid, evidence-based decisions.
This Specialization covers research methods.
This is an interactive and practical module aiming to inspire students to social enterprise and entrepreneurship by giving them an experiential introduction to human centred design processes. The emphasis in this module is on the translation of knowledge into action and the development of.