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Introduction

This is a culminating module in which students are expected to integrate, apply, extend and critique the knowledge gained within core modules of the Business & Management Single Honours. It is conceptualised as a retrospective, integrative and reflective academic experience. It aims to help students develop an appreciation of how key pieces of the business and management curriculum come together (synoptic capacity), and expects them to demonstrate in-depth understanding and application of integrated business management concepts, intellectual and research skills. Alongside its integration mandate, the module aims to foster independent learning through conditions conducive to the development of a proficient learner, master of his or her own learning strategy. The module, therefore, requires students to show initiative and personal responsibility.

It is worth emphasising that this is a unique and innovative module in that it is a non-taught module! Some guidance, however, will be provided by the tutor during the four workshops (so it is really essential you attend and participate to these workshops!). Additionally, the tutor will be available at pre-specified times for one-to-one or small group tutorials.

By successfully completing this module, students will have demonstrated the ability to exercise initiative and personal responsibility, and the possession of the following Graduate Attributes: (i) ability to work independently within a relevant ethos; (ii) have a critical and questioning approach especially through exploring the boundaries of the discipline.

I hope you’ll enjoy learning through this module as much as I enjoyed developing it.

SYNOPSIS OF THE NESTLE CASE

Nestle is one of the world's largest global food companies. It has over 500 factories in over 70 countries, and sells its products in approximately 200 nations. Only…...

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