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What is Modularisation

Reshaping Entrepreneurship Education With Strategy and Innovation
Building qualification using a combination of modules governed by rules set out on how to use the modules to build such a qualification.
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Teaching and Learning Curricula Design for Entrepreneurship Development: The Case of the Management Major at UKZN (South Africa)
Lindiwe Nqobile Kunene (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)
Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 28
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-3171-6.ch014
Abstract
The teaching and learning of entrepreneurship have become critical in accelerating entrepreneurship activity in South Africa. Appropriate education in entrepreneurship provides students with skills, knowledge, and opportunities for growth and development to prosper in the field of entrepreneurship. By examining activities in the Bachelor of Commerce's (BCom) Management Major, which embeds entrepreneurship learning, at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), the chapter identifies gaps in its curricula design. It compares the Major with the principles that govern entrepreneurship education and curricula design theories. The chapter concludes that an appropriate curricula design for entrepreneurship development should foster learning that promotes entrepreneurship intention; it thus proposes a Management and Entrepreneurship Major that is more appropriate.
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Operational Process Management in the Financial Services Industry
The concept of modularisation is used for reducing the complexity of a system. This system (e.g. business process, organisational structure, IT application) is deconstructed into more or less independent units (“modules”). The modules should be able to exist independently from each other, but the system as a whole can only function as an integrated structure.
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