- Demonstrate understanding of Design Thinking by providing correct information on the poster (30%)
- Demonstrate a breadth and quality of research by using a minimum of 5 academic sources (10%)
- Correct use of the APA referencing system (10%)
- Demonstrate synthesis and summarising skills by displaying a clear and concise message on the poster (30%)
- Ability to e?ectively use structure, aesthetics and layout on the poster (20%)
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As Masters students you are required to engage in research as per the Australia Quality Framework (AQF) guidelines. Two specific requirements need to be considered. Students need to demonstrate “a body of knowledge that includes the understanding of recent developments in a discipline and/or area of professional practice, and demonstrate "knowledge of research principles and methods applicable to a field of work and/or learning
Design mindset focuses on human centric innovation and it starts with creating proper understanding of the consumers (Price & Wrigley, 2016).
Design minset in innovation
Design thinking assist innovators to attain clarity to evaluate feasibility and desirable ideas. It also helps in supporting new meanings so it is considered as an approach related to problem solving (Carlgren, Rauth & Elmquist, 2016).
There is a relationship between innovation and design mindset . It has been analyzed that process model focuses on attaining one goal (Mintrom & Luetjens, 2016). It create consumer centered business that emphasizes on the needs of the customers which involve value in competitive markets (Drucker, 2014).
Design mindset why?
- Solve problems
- It is considered as a solution focused (Zheng, 2018).
- Mintrom, M., & Luetjens, J. (2016). Design thinking in policymaking processes: Opportunities and challenges. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 75(3), 391-402.
- Drucker, P. (2014). Innovation and entrepreneurship. Routledge.
- Carlgren, L., Rauth, I., & Elmquist, M. (2016). Framing design thinking: The concept in idea and enactment. Creativity and Innovation Management, 25(1), 38-57.
- Price, R., & Wrigley, C. (2016). Design and a deep customer insight approach to innovation. Journal of International Consumer Marketing, 28(2), 92-105.
- Zheng, D. L. (2018). Design thinking is ambidextrous. Management Decision, 56(4), 736-756.