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Venture Project C - Business Model Assessment BAA749

Introduction

In Venture Project A, students conducted a situation analysis; in Venture Project B, an opportunity analysis was undertaken. In this unit you will undertake a project (or a set of tasks) with a start-up or a new venture in an existing company, in order to further build skills for describing, understanding, and assessing the decisions and practices of new ventures while conducting a business model analysis. This project will be oriented in public, private or not-for-profit sector in Tasmania. You will be assigned to a group of students and a Project Mentor from within the organisation.

For this project, you need to develop and defend a proposal. The report comprises a proposal for the start-up or the new venture with which you have been working. In the proposal you will conduct a business model analysis for the new venture or start-up in which you identify the strengths and weaknesses of their current or proposed business model, and make recommendations for improvement. Within the report you need to use both the data you collect from the start-up as well as external data sources (e.g. library databases) and the business management and entrepreneurship literature.

Summary

Unit name Venture Project C - Business Model Assessment
Unit code BAA749
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School Tasmanian School of Business & Economics (TSBE)
TSBE
Discipline Tasmanian School of Business & Economics
Coordinator

Dr Rob Hecker

Teaching staff

Dr Rob Hecker

Level Postgraduate
Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No

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Teaching

Teaching Pattern

Fortnightly workshop

Assessment

Mentor Assessment 15%
Peer Review 15%
Group Presentation 30%
Final Report 40%

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