The course consists of two parts. Part I focus on models and concepts in corporate entrepreneurship, including:
– The corporate entrepreneurship process
– Growth models of the firm
– Creativity and the corporate entrepreneur
– Identifying and evaluating business opportunities
– Building an opportunity portfolio
– Individual and organizational barriers for corporate entrepreneurship
– Leading and planning corporate entrepreneurship projects
– Organizing and controlling the venture
– Corporate entrepreneurship strategies
Part II consists of a case project in which the student has to solve problems related to corporate entrepreneurship. The cases are selected in order to cover central themes in Part I of the course.
The objectives are to provide the student with theoretical knowledge as well as techniques regarding corporate entrepreneurship in established companies. Furthermore, the objective is to apply theoretical concepts and models to cases in which the student should develop his/her ability to identify, analyse and find solutions to corporate entrepreneurship problems.
This course will focus on entrepreneurial activities within established companies, what we can call “corporate entrepreneurship”. The objectives are to provide the student with theoretical knowledge as well as techniques regarding corporate entrepreneurship in established companies.