APPLIED BUSINESS PROJECT
An opportunity for students to “test drive” ideas around a framework of research, analysis and evidence-based decision-making. This course blends concepts and skills development to provide each student with a robust opportunity to develop a real and intentional application. Students build practical insights on business knowledge and gain the experience of tackling a realistic and complex challenge.
Online assignments and activities designed to assist with development of an applied project. Some virtual seminars/conferences.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
1. Develop a feasible comprehensive business plan or develop a solution to a real business problem.
2. Apply and integrate business tools, and feel ready for the challenges of the job market.
3. Construct a comprehensive holistic project report that integrates work from previous learning experiences.
Project development presentations and discussions.
Assignments based on concepts applications.
Final project report.
Concepts include: Business research methods and data analysis. Universal methods of design. Project management.
MULTIVARIATE STATISTICS (External link)
CORRELATION IN BUSINESS AND FINANCE (External link)
SAMPLING TECHNIQUES (External link)
REGRESSION ANALYSIS (External link)
PRIMARY V. SECONDARY DATA (External link)
QUALITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS (External link)
QUANTITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS (External link)
HOW TO WRITE A BUSINESS PLAN (External link)
HOW TO WRITE A BUSINESS PLAN FOR A BANK LOAN (External link)
DISRUPTIVE ENTREPRENEURIAL VISION (External link)
LEADING WITH EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION (External link)
RHETORICAL CRITICISM (External link)