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Project: Innovation and Innovation Management

Subject
Business studies / Economics and Business Administration
Activitytype
master project
Teaching language
English
Registration

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Detailed description of content

The project work is performed in groups of 2-8 students. During the project work, students receive guidance from supervisors to an extent determined by the Study Board.

Project process

Guidance on the use of quantitative methods in projects and theses.

If you and your group find quantitative analyses relevant to answer your research question, and your supervisor cannot help, here is an offer of assistance.

We offer a workshop where a group of researchers will talk about how to use quantitative data in projects and theses. We will present an overview of publicly available data sets, as well as the your possibilities, if you wish to collect your own data. We expect you to have taken a course in basic quantitative methods (BC 8 or equivalent).

The workshop is held on February 27, 2:15 pm – 16:00 pm, in theory room 06.2-007.

After the workshop you/your group will have the opportunity to book an appointment with a skilled student, Joakim Schollert Larsen, who will help with downloading and preparing data for analysis and interpretation. Write to Joakila@ruc.dk to schedule an appointment. If you need extra guidance on any particular issue, you will be referred to a relevant researcher.

Head of studies/academic coordinator
Margit Neisig (neisig@ruc.dk)
Administration of exams
ISE Studyadministration (ise-studyadministration@ruc.dk)
The responsible course lecturer
Margit Neisig (neisig@ruc.dk)
Type of examination

Group examination for the participants in the project work.

The examination is based on the students’ project report.

The examination includes individual presentations on a subject of the students’ own choosing that is relevant for the issues highlighted in the project report. Each individual presentation, including questions, lasts up to 5 minutes.

The individual presentations are followed by a dialogue based on the project between the students and assessors.During the examination, questions may be asked related to the project module’s academic field.

An individual assessment is made on the basis of the project report and the individual student’s oral presentation.

The groups may consist of 2 to 7 students.

The size specifications for the project report is:

For 2 students, between 69,600 - 122,400 characters, including spaces

For 3 students, between 69,600 - 122,400 characters, including spaces

For 4 students, between 69,600 - 122,400 characters, including spaces

For 5 students, between 69,600 - 163,200 characters, including spaces

For 6 students, between 69,600 - 204,000 characters, including spaces

For 7 students, between 69,600 - 204,000 characters, including spaces

The size specifications include the title page, table of contents, bibliography, figures, and other illustrations, but does not include any potential appendixes or annexes. Time allowed for examination, including time used for assessment:

For groups of 2 students - 60 minutes

For groups of 3 students - 75 minutes

For groups of 4 students - 90 minutes

For groups of 5 students - 105 minutes

For groups of 6 students - 120 minutes

For groups of 7 students - 135 minutes

The assessment includes the quality of the spelling and ability to express oneself in the project report. Permitted support and preparation materials during the examination: All

Assessment: 7-point grading scale.

Moderation: Internal co-assessor.

ECTS
15
Learning outcomes and assessment criteria
  • Knowledge and understanding:

    About the company's innovation and innovation processes in businesses as practice and a field of research

  • About theories on innovation management and innovation processes

  • Skills:

    Combining theoretical and practical studies of innovation and innovation management of businesses applying external frameworks and internal conditions for innovation

  • Completing, documenting and presenting problem-oriented analyses and analytical results

  • In describing and reflecting on a practice-oriented and independently performed task

  • Competences:

    Critically formulating and assesing the development processes and management style of a business, as well as its financial and social organisation

  • Clearly formulating problem-oriented considerations and demonstrating a solid methodological understanding

Overall content

The aim of the project work is for the student to:

  • Focus on one or more of the master module's areas. Combine theoretical and practical business studies
  • Include external and internal frameworks for the actions of a business
  • Demonstrate a convincing progression in terms of the knowledge and understanding acquired during the bachelor programme
  • Orient towards a critical perspective on the development, organisation and management of a business
  • Demonstrate clear problem-oriented considerations and show a solid understanding of methodology.
Prerequisites for participation
Currently no data from curriculum.
Prerequisites for participation in the exam
Currently no data from curriculum.
Teaching and working methods

The project work is prepared in groups of 2-7 students. During the course of the project work, the students will receive supervision by designated supervisors to an extent determined by the Board of Studies.

Type of course

Project

Exam code(s)
Exam code(s) : U40716
Last changed 22/01/2020

lecture list:

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Wednesday 05-02-2020 08:15 - 05-02-2020 17:00 in week 06
BS: Innovation and Management of Innovation - Project formation

Friday 07-02-2020 08:15 - 07-02-2020 17:00 in week 06
BS: Innovation and Management of Innovation - Project formation

Wednesday 27-05-2020 10:00 - 27-05-2020 10:00 in week 22
Exam - Project hand in

Monday 15-06-2020 08:15 - Tuesday 30-06-2020 17:15 in week 25 to week 27
Exam - Oral

Monday 03-08-2020 08:15 - Monday 31-08-2020 19:00 in week 32 to week 36
Re-Exam - Oral

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Thursday 05-03-2020 14:15 - 05-03-2020 18:00 in week 10
BS: Innovation and Management of Innovation - Cluster 1

Thursday 23-04-2020 14:15 - 23-04-2020 18:00 in week 17
BS: Innovation and Management of Innovation - Cluster 1

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Thursday 26-03-2020 12:15 - 26-03-2020 16:00 in week 13
BS: Innovation and Management of Innovation - Cluster 2

Thursday 30-04-2020 12:15 - 30-04-2020 16:00 in week 18
BS: Innovation and Management of Innovation - Cluster 2

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Friday 06-03-2020 12:30 - 06-03-2020 16:30 in week 10
BS: Innovation and Management of Innovation - Cluster 3

Friday 24-04-2020 12:30 - 24-04-2020 16:30 in week 17
BS: Innovation and Management of Innovation - Cluster 3