Queen Mary - University of London
Department of Business Management
Management and Organizational Innovation
Master of Science
Programme description In a highly competitive global environment, innovation is one of the key areas in which businesses can ensure their success and establish a competitive advantage. On this programme you will develop an advanced understanding of organisations, their management, the changing external context in which they operate and the importance of innovation. As a graduate of this course you will be equipped to assist with managing the innovation process and will be highly sought after. On this programme you will examine: The development and operation of markets in relation to resources, goods and services The economic, environmental, ethical, legal, political, sociological and technological external context together with its effect at local, national and international levels upon organisations The role of marketing in relation to customers, their expectations and their location The management and development of people within organisations The nature of organisations - their internal functions and processes; their diverse purposes, structures and governance and the individual and corporate behaviours and cultures which exist within and between organisations and their influence on the external context The role of business innovation, creativity and knowledge management within organisations Programme outline You will take the following core modules: International Human Resource Management International Marketing Knowledge and Innovation Management Organisation Theory Research Methods for Business and Management State, Market and Society - Concepts and Critique You will also select two Optional Modules from the following: Finance for Development Qualitative Research Methods Quantitative Research Methods Innovation and Global Competition Multinationals and Global Business Assessment Teaching for all modules includes a combination of lectures, seminars and a virtual learning environment. You can expect 2-3 hours of contact time per module, per week. A wide range of assessment techniques are used including coursework (written essays, case studies, interviews, group reports etc), presentations, examinations and a dissertation. Entry requirements A good upper second class honours degree or equivalent in any subject. IELTS 7.0 (with 6.0 in writing) or equivalent is required. For further information about our English language requirements, please see our website.
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