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ENGG3216: Management of Technological Innovation

Technological Innovation is a primary driver of industrial, economic and social development. The processes, practices and products of technological innovation influence the nature and trajectory of organisational and social change. This UoS examines the nature of, and approaches to, technological innovation both theoretically and practically. The commercial, social and cultural implications of technological innovation are analysed to determine the external environmental and internal organisational factors impacting upon successful innovation.Students will experience the nature of innovation processes and organisational change management through the learning experience and assessment in this UoS. The educational experience within this unit will include: understanding the processes of technological innovation and its relationship with the management of organisational change; the practical application of innovation and change management frameworks and techniques in organisations and teams; the management of complexity and uncertainty in the development of innovation and change; strategic environmental scanning to determine potential technological and business opportunities; and the development of group teamwork, communication and motivation for effective collaboration.

Code ENGG3216
Academic unit Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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None
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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ENGG4061
Assumed knowledge:
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Knowledge of engineering and project management

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. LO1: demonstrate competence in working effectively as a member of a team, reflected in the successful design, management, and completion of a number of projects on the management of technological innovation.
  • LO2. LO2: Search for, evaluate and apply relevant information from a wide range of sources concerning the management strategies and technological innovation challenges within engineering and other organisational environments as demonstrated in assessment tasks.
  • LO3. LO3: Employ superior written and verbal communication skills demonstrated through written reports and presentations designed for technical and general audiences.
  • LO4. LO4: Demonstrate knowledge of the technological forces and innovation management issues shaping engineering strategies and operations.
  • LO5. LO5: Analyse the strategies and operations of the management of technology as demonstrated through presentations and written reports.

Unit outlines

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