At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|LLSMD2951||1.1. Demonstrate intellectual independence in reasoning, take a critical and reflective look at knowledge (academic and common sense) and managerial practices
2.2b. Articulate knowledge from different areas of management.
2.3b. Articulate knowledge from management with those of other scientific fields
3.1. Conduct clear and structured analytical reasoning by applying and, if necessary, adapting conceptual frameworks and scientifically sound models to describe and analyze a concrete problem.
5.2. Situate and understand this functioning in its socio-economic context and discern interdisciplinary issues
7.1b. Integrate the six dimensions of management (finance, control, logistics, human resources, marketing, strategy) into your activity, profession or project
8.1. Express a message in a clear and structured way.
9.3b Question and evolve one's own paradigms in a multidisciplinary confrontation.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Self-study, with regular meetings with the supervisor during Q1 and Q2
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The supervisor evaluates the paper
- Other essential information will be given at the TFE information session. Presence is mandatory.
- Likewise, the LSM final dissertation site describes in detail the requirements (information session, brochure, planning, platform ...)
GAVARD-PERRET, Marie-Laure, GOTTELAND, David, HAON, Christophe, & JOLIBERT, Alain (2013). Méthodologie de la Recherche - Réussir son mémoire ou sa thèse en sciences gestion. 2° édition. Pearson.
SAUNDERS, Mark N.K., LEWIS, Philip, & THORNHILL, Adrian (2015). Research Methods for Business Students, 7th Edition, Prentice Hall, 614pp.
- https://moodleucl.uclouvain.be/ code LLSMD2951