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Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management

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Learn The Principle of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation is important in all areas of business and plays a crucial role in the economy. An understanding of the relationship between entrepreneurship and innovation is essential for identifying new opportunities, allocating resources efficiently and for achieving sustainable competitive advantage. Therefore, it is imperative that decision makers understand the key concepts of entrepreneurship and innovation and be able to apply this knowledge effectively to create solutions to consumer, market, environmental and social problems.

This course aims to provide students the opportunity to develop and enhance their skills and knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship and innovation. The unit includes the following topics: Entrepreneurship, corporate intrapreneurs, innovation and creativity, entrepreneurial start-ups, IT systems for innovation, strategy and succession planning.

As mentioned above, upon completion of this course students will have the skills and knowledge to identify, plan, develop and launch their own entrepreneurial and innovative ventures.


Upon the completion of this course, users will be able to:

• Understand the theoretical and practical knowledge in entrepreneurship and innovation, including recent developments in the discipline.

• Apply critical thinking to relevant research articles of contemporary relevance in entrepreneurship and innovation.

• Critically analyse information from a wide range of sources to create solutions innovatively to improve current practices.

• Examine the key challenges faced by entrepreneurs and conceptualize a strategic response to overcome these challenges.

• Critically evaluate and synthesize information from a wide range of sources to demonstrate research skills, show initiative in consulting literature and demonstrate the capacity to document the outcomes with sound analysis and recommendations.

TIME: Up to 12 Hours


• No prerequisites.

• No materials distributed.

• No formal assessments required.

71 Lessons

Unit 1: Entrepreneurship & Entrepreneurship Creativity
2 mins
Lecture 1.1 Entrepreneurship
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1 min
Lecture 1.2 Entrepreneurship Introduction
2 mins
Lecture 1.3 Entrepreneurship Definition
2 mins
Lecture 1.4 Entrepreneurship Theories
3 mins
Lecture 1.5 Schumpeter Theory
3 mins
Lecture 1.6 Uncertainty - Bearing Theory and Krizner's "Alert" Entrepreneurship
2 mins
Lecture 1.7 Biological and Marshall's Theory of Entrepreneurship
2 mins
Lecture 1.8 Other Entrepreneurship Theories
3 mins
Lecture 1.9 Sociological Theories of Entrepreneurship
2 mins
Lecture 1.10 Jean-Baptiste Say's Law
1 min
Lecture 1.11 Entrepreneurship Creativity
2 mins
Lecture 1.12 Theories in Creativity
3 mins
Lecture 1.13 Wertheimer, Maslow, Rickards and Gilliam
1 min
Lecture 1.14 Creativity in Organisations
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