This module examines a range of theoretical and practical issues surrounding business sustainability and innovation. The use of case studies to apply business models will help you develop an understanding of key business concepts including entrepreneurship, innovation, creativity, value creation and value capture.
The development of business model use in teams will immerse you in key methods of innovation and value propositions, which are relevant for contemporary managers as well as aspiring entrepreneurs.
- Theme 1 (Day 1) Setting the scene - Strategic Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Theme 2 (Day 2) The Triple Bottom Line Framework
- Theme 3 (Day 3) Business Sustainability and Management Accounting
This module is worth 20 credits.
This course will help those who work in the hospitality and tourism industry gain new insight and knowledge with a view to taking these into the workplace.
This is a core module within both our MSc International Tourism and Hospitality Management and MSc International Event Management. If you wish to progress your studies on completion of the module you can gain advanced standing onto the PgCert or the full MSc.
You may also be interested in our free Managing and Leading People or Strategic Marketing modules which are also aimed at the hospitality and tourism industry. Please note you will need to submit a separate application for all modules.
Teaching will be delivered face-to-face on the Belfast campus.
The course is taught over 3 days with 3 follow up learning sets.
Students must attend all learning sets.
The module is assessed 100% through coursework.
This module is taught in semester 2 in a 3 day ‘block’ format followed by 3 half day learning sets
Block Teaching: March 13th, 14 and 15th 2024.
- March 20th AM or PM
- April 10th AM or PM
- April 17th AM or PM (time TBC by tutor)