Business Project

2018-2019

Course Objective

After successful completion of the course, students:
1. Are able to design and execute a management consultant research
project and develop meaningful interpretations and presentations of
their findings;
2. Have reflected upon themselves with regard to taking responsibility
for their own actions and his/her personal development.

Course Content

The main objective of the course is to familiarize students with some of
the most significant challenges pertaining to conducting a management
consultancy project. The course encourages an even-handed appreciation
of various theoretical perspectives addressing tensions and
opportunities inherently connected to business administration, and
empirically investigating an applied research question. By design and
executing a management consultancy project students will become
acquainted with the challenges that researchers face when considering
management at large. The purpose of the course is not only to introduce
students to some of the most fundamental issues in management
consultancy research. To accomplish these teaching goals, it is implied
that student are able to communicate their views, both verbally and
through a written research report. See below for a breakdown of learning
objectives.

Teaching Methods

Lectures and tutorials.

Method of Assessment

Management Consultancy Paper – Team assessment
Professional reflection – Individual assessment

Entry Requirements

University Minor Business Administration Courses: Foundations of
Business Administration, Business Model Innovation, Business Model
Assessment, and Business Professionals

Literature

Selection of articles.

General Information

Course Code E_MB_BPROJ
Credits 6 EC
Period P3
Course Level 300
Language of Tuition English
Faculty School of Business and Economics
Course Coordinator dr. B.V. Tjemkes
Examiner dr. B.V. Tjemkes
Teaching Staff

Practical Information

You need to register for this course yourself

Last-minute registration is available for this course.

Teaching Methods Lecture, Study Group
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