The aim of the course is that the students should obtain knowledge about creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation at an advanced level. They should be able to use theories and concepts to analyse the basis for creativity, entrepreneurship and management and organisation of innovation processes in firms. Creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation represent different sides of the firm’s development. The relation between creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation will be analysed at a micro or firm level, at a network level and within social innovation and entrepreneurship.
Institution: Copenhagen Business School
Entrepreneurship is an integrative discipline which requires students to be immersed in subject areas such as marketing, operations, finance, production, management, etc., all the skills, concepts, information, and requisites necessary for the creation, growth, management, and harvest of the venture. Through lectures, class discussion, and case studies of new3 ventures, students will amass a store of knowledge to enable them to produce a business plan for a feasible and realistic venture.
The focus of this course is to help you develop and systematically apply the entrepreneurial way of thinking to create opportunities and successfully bring them to market. The material in this course applies to new or innovative business ventures, whether they take place in new or existing firms, or in small or large firms. It is relevant for start-up and early stage entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial managers, and relevant stakeholders.