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ICT 275 INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT T219 All information contained within this Subject Outline applies to all students enrolled in the trimester as indicated.

1. General Information 1.1 Administrative Details

Associated HE Award(s) Duration Level Subject Coordinator

Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) 1 trimester Level 2 Dr Aso Hamzehei aso.hamzehei@koi.edu.au Consultation: via Moodle or by appointment.

1.2 Core / Elective

Core subject for BIT 1.3 Subject Weighting

Indicated below is the weighting of this subject and the total course points.

Subject Credit Points Total Course Credit Points

4 BIT (96 Credit Points)

1.4 Student Workload

Indicated below is the expected student workload per week for this subject

No. Timetabled Hours/Week* No. Personal Study Hours/Week**

Total Workload Hours/Week***

4 hours/week (2 hour Lecture + 2 hour Tutorial)

6 hours/week 10 hours/week

* Total time spent per week at lectures and tutorials ** Total time students are expected to spend per week in studying, completing assignments, etc. *** Combination of timetable hours and personal study. 1.5 Mode of Delivery On-campus 1.6 Pre-requisites NIL 1.7 General Study and Resource Requirements

o Dedicated computer laboratories are available for student use. Normally, tutorial classes are conducted in the computer laboratories.

o Students are expected to attend classes with the requisite textbook and must read specific chapters prior to each tutorial. This will allow them to actively take part in discussions. Students should have elementary skills in both word processing and electronic spreadsheet software, such as Office 365 or MS Word and MS Excel.

o Computers and WIFI facilities are extensively available for student use throughout KOI. Students are encouraged to make use of the campus Library for reference materials.

o Students will require access to the internet and email. Where students use their own computers, they should have internet access. KOI will provide access to required software.

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2 Academic Details 2.1 Overview of the Subject Globalisation, radical technological innovation and an increasingly transient consumer base have increased the pressure for organisations to become innovative. This subject takes a view of information technology and impact of social, ethical and environmental implications of technological innovation that extends beyond the province of business applications built and used by a single organisation. You will see the importance of innovation, learn how organisations can commercialise their technological innovations and examine how the associated risks and benefits might be managed. Through the open innovation paradigm you will see how internal and external ideas can be brought together and how innovations can be transferred inward and outward through licensing, joint ventures and spin-offs. 2.2 Graduate Attributes for Undergraduate Courses Graduates of Bachelor courses from King’s Own Institute (KOI) will be able to demonstrate the attributes of a successful Bachelor degree graduate as outlined in the Australian Qualifications Framework (2nd edition, January 2013). Graduates at this level will be able to apply an advanced body of knowledge across a range of contexts for the purposes of professional practice or academic scholarship, and as a pathway for further learning. King’s Own Institute’s key generic graduate attributes for a bachelor’s level degree are summarised below:

Across the course, these skills are developed progressively at three levels:

o Level 1 Foundation – Students learn the basic skills, theories and techniques of the subject and apply them in basic, standalone contexts

o Level 2 Intermediate – Students further develop the skills, theories and techniques of the subject and apply them in more complex contexts, and begin to integrate this application with other subjects.

o Level 3 Advanced – Students demonstrate an ability to plan, research and apply the skills, theories and techniques of the subject in complex situations, integrating the subject content with a range of other subject disciplines within the context of the course.

KOI Bachelor Degree Graduate Attributes Detailed Description

Knowledge Current, comprehensive, and coherent and connected knowledge

Critical Thinking Critical thinking and creative skills to analyse and synthesise information and evaluate new problems

Communication Communication skills for effective reading, writing, listening and presenting in varied modes and contexts and for the transferring of knowledge and skills to others

Information Literacy Information and technological skills for accessing, evaluating, managing and using information professionally

Problem Solving Skills Skills to apply logical and creative thinking to solve problems and evaluate solutions

Ethical and Cultural Sensitivity

Appreciation of ethical principles, cultural sensitivity and social responsibility, both personally and professionally

Teamwork Leadership and teamwork skills to collaborate, inspire colleagues and manage responsibly with positive results

Professional Skills Professional skills to exercise judgement in planning, problem solving and decision making

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2.3 Subject Learning Outcomes

This is a Level 2 subject. On successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:

Subject Learning Outcomes Contribution to Course Graduate Attributes

a) Investigate and discuss critical factors that impact on innovation and technology in business.

b) Research, analyse and present a business case for a technology innovation.

c) Discuss the impact of social, ethical and environmental uses on technological innovation.

d) Analyse strategies for funding, promoting and managing innovation.

2.4 Subject Content and Structure Below are details of the subject content and how it is structured, including specific topics covered in lectures and tutorials. Reading refers to the text unless otherwise indicated. Weekly Planner:

Week (beginning)

Topic covered in each week’s lecture Reading(s)

Expected work as listed in Moodle

1 08 Jul

Importance of technological innovation disruptive technologies

Chapter 1 Discuss examples of technical innovation. Formative not graded.

2 15 Jul Sources of innovation. Chapter 2

Class discussion on translating creativity into innovation, innovation in collaborative networks. Informal quiz. Formative not graded.

3 22 Jul Types and patterns of innovation Chapter 3

Complete exercises and Class discussion on ‘The Nano Project’. Radical versus Incremental Innovation. Formative not graded.

4 29 Jul

Standards battles, service and design dominance Chapter 4

Complete end of chapter discussion questions 1, 2 and 5. Assessment 1 due. Complete Moodle quiz. Summative worth 5%.

5 05 Aug Timing of entry Chapter 5

Complete exercises and class discussion on failure of first social networking sites. Formative not graded.

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6 12 Aug

Defining the organisation’s strategic direction Chapter 6

Complete end of chapter discussion question 3 and 4 in group (not more than 3) and present your findings. Formative not graded. Assessment 2 due. Summative worth 20%.

18 Aug 2019 –

25 Aug 2019 Mid trimester break

7 26 Aug Choosing innovation projects Chapter 7

Complete end of chapter exercises. Informal quiz. Formative not graded.

8 02 Sep

Collaboration Strategies+ Protecting Innovation Chapters 8, 9

Complete end of chapter 8 discussion questions 1, 2 and 3. Informal quiz. Formative not graded

9 09 Sep Organising for innovation Chapter 10

Complete end of chapter discussion questions 1,2, 3 and 4. Informal quiz. Formative not graded. Assessment 3 due. Complete Moodle quiz. Summative worth 5%.

10 16 Sep

Managing the New Product Development Process and Team

Chapters 11,12

Complete exercises. Formative not graded

11 23 Sep Crafting a deployment strategy Chapter 13

Assessment 4 due. Summative worth 20%.

12 30 Sep Revision

All subject materials Revise all tutorial questions.

13 06 Oct

Study review week

14 14 Oct

Examination Please see exam timetable for exam date, time and location.

15 20 Oct

Student Vacation begins Enrolments for T319 open

16 28 Oct

Results Released 29 Oct 2019 Certification of Grades 01 Nov 2019

T319 begins 04 Nov 2019

1 04 Nov

Week 1 of classes for T319 Friday 01 Nov 2019 – Review of Grade Day for T219 – see Sections 2.6 and 3.6 below for more information.

2.5 Public Holiday Amendments Please note: KOI is closed on all scheduled NSW Public Holidays. T219 has one (1) public holiday (Labour Day) that occurs during this trimester. Classes scheduled for this public holiday (Calendar Class Dates) will be rescheduled as per the table below. This applies to ALL subjects taught in T219. Please see the table below and adjust your class timing as required. Please make sure you have arrangements in place to attend the rescheduled classes if applicable to your T219 enrolment. Classes will be conducted at the same time and in the same location as your normally scheduled class except these classes will be held on the date shown below.

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Calendar Class Date Rescheduled Class Date

Monday 07 October 2019 (Week 13) Study Review Week

Not required

2.6 Review of Grade, Deferred Exams & Supplementary Exams/Assessments Review of Grade: There may be instances when you believe that your final grade in a subject does not accurately reflect your performance against the subject criteria. Section 8 of the Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy (www.koi.edu.au) describes the grounds on which you may apply for a Review of Grade. If this happens and you are unable to resolve it with the Academic staff concerned then you can apply for a formal Review of Grade within the timeframes indicated in the following sections of this subject outline – Supplementary Assessments, 3.6 Appeals Process as well as the Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy. Please ensure you read the Review of Grade information before submitting an application. Review of Grade Day: KOI will hold the Review of Grade Day for all subjects studied in T219 on

Friday 01 November 2019

Only final exams will be discussed as all other assessments should have been reviewed during the trimester. If you fail one or more subjects and you wish to consider applying for a Review of Grade you MUST attend the Review of Grade Day. You will have the chance to discuss your final exam with your lecturer, and will be advised if you have valid reasons for applying for a Review of Grade (see Section 3.6 below and Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy). If you do not attend the Review of Grade Day you are considered to have accepted your results for T219. Deferred Exams: If you wish to apply for a deferred exam, you should submit an Application for Assignment Extension or Deferred Exam Form before the prescribed deadline. If you miss your mid-trimester or final exam there is no guarantee you will be offered a deferred exam. You must apply within the stated timeframe and satisfy the conditions for approval to be offered a deferred exam (see Section 8.1 of the Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy and the Application for Assignment Extension or Deferred Exam Forms). In assessing your request for a deferred exam, KOI will take into account the information you provide, the severity of the event or circumstance, your performance on other items of assessment in the subject, class attendance and your history of previous applications for special consideration. Deferred mid-trimester exams will be held before the end of week 9. Deferred final exams will be held on two days during week 1 or 2 in the next trimester. You will not normally be granted a deferred exam on the grounds that you mistook the time, date or place of an examination, or that you have made arrangements to be elsewhere at that time; for example, have booked plane tickets. If you are offered a deferred exam, but do not attend you will be awarded 0 marks for the exam. This may mean it becomes difficult for you to pass the subject. If you apply for a deferred exam within the required time frame and satisfy the conditions you will be advised by email (to your KOI student email address) of the time and date for the deferred exam. Please ensure that you are available to take the exam at this time.

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Marks awarded for the deferred exam will be the marks awarded for that item of assessment towards your final mark in the subject. Supplementary Assessments (Exams and Assessments): A supplementary assessment may be offered to students to provide a final opportunity to demonstrate successful achievement of the learning outcomes of a subject. Supplementary assessments are only offered at the discretion of the Board of Examiners. In considering whether or not to offer a supplementary assessment, KOI will take into account your performance on all the major assessment items in the subject, your attendance, participation and your history of any previous special considerations. Students are eligible for a supplementary assessment for their final subject in a course where they fail the subject but have successfully completed all other subjects in the course. You must have completed all major assessment tasks for the subject and obtained a passing mark on at least one of the major assessment tasks to be eligible for a supplementary assessment. If you believe you meet the criteria for a supplementary assessment for the final subject in your course, but have not received an offer, complete the “Complaint, Grievance, Appeal Form” and send your form to reception@koi.edu.au. The deadline for applying for supplementary assessment is the Friday of the first week of classes in the next trimester. If you are offered a supplementary assessment, you will be advised by email to your KOI student email address of the time and due date for the supplementary assessment – supplementary exams will normally be held at the same time as deferred final exams during week 1 or week 2 of the next trimester. You must pass the supplementary assessment to pass the subject. The maximum grade you can achieve in a subject based on a supplementary assessment is a PASS grade. If you: o are offered a supplementary assessment, but fail it; o are offered a supplementary exam, but do not attend; or o are offered a supplementary assessment but do not submit by the due date; you will receive a FAIL grade for the subject. 2.7 Teaching Methods/Strategies Briefly described below are the teaching methods/strategies used in this subject:

o On-campus lectures (2 hours/week) are conducted in seminar style and address the subject content, provide motivation and context and draw on the students’ experience and preparatory reading.

o Tutorials (2 hours/week) include class discussion of case studies and research papers, practice sets and problem-solving and syndicate work on group projects. Tutorial participation is an essential component of the subject and contributes to the development of graduate attributes (see section 2.2 above). It is intended that specific tutorial material such as case studies, recommended readings, review questions etc. will be made available each week in Moodle.

o Online teaching resources include class materials, readings, model answers to assignments and exercises and discussion boards. All online materials for this subject as provided by KOI will be found in the Moodle page for this subject. Students should access Moodle regularly as material may be updated at any time during the trimester

o Other contact – academic staff may also contact students either via Moodle messaging, or via email to the email address provided to KOI on enrolment.

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2.8 Student Assessment

Provided below is a schedule of formal assessment tasks and major examinations for the subject.

Assessment Type When assessed Weighting Learning Outcomes Assessed

Assessment 1: Multiple choice Moodle quiz Week 4 Tutorial 5% a

Assessment 2: individual written report, 1,500 words

Week 6 20% c

Assessment 3: Multiple choice Moodle quiz Week 9 Tutorial 5% c

Assessment 4: case study group written report, 2,500 words

Week 11 20% b, c, d

Assessment 5: Final exam (3 hours)

Final exam period 50% a, c, d

Requirements to Pass the Subject: To gain a pass or better in this subject, students must gain a minimum of 50% of the total available subject marks.

Assessment is designed to encourage effective student learning and enable students to develop and demonstrate the skills and knowledge identified in the subject learning outcomes. Assessment tasks during the first half of the study period are usually intended to maximise the developmental function of assessment (formative assessment). These assessment tasks include weekly tutorial exercises (as indicated in the weekly planner) and low stakes graded assessment (as shown in the graded assessment table). The major assessment tasks where students demonstrate their knowledge and skills (summative assessment) generally occur later in the study period. These are the major graded assessment items shown in the graded assessment table.

Final grades are awarded by the Board of Examiners in accordance with KOI’s Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy. The definitions and guidelines for the awarding of final grades within the BIT degree are:

• HD High distinction (85-100%) an outstanding level of achievement in relation to the assessment process.

• DI Distinction (75-84%) a high level of achievement in relation to the assessment process.

• CR Credit (65-74%) a better than satisfactory level of achievement in relation to the assessment process.

• P Pass (50-64%) a satisfactory level of achievement in relation to the assessment process.

• F Fail (0-49%) an unsatisfactory level of achievement in relation to the assessment process.

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2.9 Prescribed and Recommended Readings Provided below, in formal reference format, is a list of the prescribed and recommended readings.

Prescribed Texts: Schilling, M., 2020 Strategic Management of Technological Innovation. 6th ed. McGraw-Hill: New York Journals: o Technology Analysis and Strategic Management o Journal of Business Research o MIT Sloan Management Review o Harvard Business Review o Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice o International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management o Academy of Management Journal Conference/ Journal Articles: Students are encouraged to read peer reviewed journal articles and conference papers. Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. Websites: o Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, Australian Government

https://industry.gov.au/Pages/default.aspxx o Australian Bureau of Statistics http://www.abs.gov.au/Technology-and-Innovation o Innovation Excellence Portal http://innovationexcellence.com

3. Assessment Details 3.1 Details of Each Assessment Item The assessments for this subject are described below. The description includes the type of assessment, its purpose, weighting, due date and submission requirements, the topic of the assessment, details of the task and detailed marking criteria, including a marking rubric for essays, reports and presentations. Supplementary assessment information and assistance can be found in Moodle. KOI expects students to submit their own original work in both assignments and exams, or the original work of their group in the case of group assignments. Marking guides for assessments follow the assessment descriptions. Students should compare final drafts of their assessment against the marking guide before submission. Assessment 1 Assessment type: Multiple Choice Quiz on Moodle – Individual assessment Purpose: Allows students to re-enforce their basic understanding and analyse critical factors that impacts innovation and technology management in business. Students will need to demonstrate their ability to apply the knowledge of basic concepts of innovation and technology and how they link to business success are . This assessment contributes to Learning Outcome a. Value: 5% Due Date: Week 4 in usual tutorial timeslots using Moodle. ICT 275 INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT T219 21/06/2019 13:33 PAGE 8 OF 17 *AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT PTY LTD © ABN: 72 132 629 979 CRICOS 03171A

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