Entrepreneur Guide To Innovation and Strategy

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Entrepreneur Guide To Innovation and Strategy

Entrepreneur Guide To Innovation and Strategy

Successful entrepreneurs or innovative entrepreneur pursue new business opportunities in a pioneering way. They significantly contribute to innovation, growth and employment generation. Meet top entrepreneurs who share their experience and insights in this intermediate course and explore their entrepreneurial challenges in real-life case studies.

The course Entrepreneur Guide To Innovation and Strategy explores the creation and management of start-up businesses. It concentrates on initial strategy, location, financing, staffing, daily activities, controls and taxes. Students develop a business plan for a start-up business. This course evaluates the necessary qualities and characteristics of the successful entrepreneurial profile. It helps students recognize and determine the steps necessary to design and develop a startup for-profit business and to open and operate a small business enterprise. This describes the basic forms of small business ownership and identifies the necessary financial competencies needed by the entrepreneur. These further utilize information, financial estimates and projections, logic and critical thinking needed to recognize opportunities

Entrepreneur Guide To Innovation and Strategy

Learning Outcome

  • To revisit the business model.
  • To understand the importance of growth and enable to chart a path towards growth
  • Comes with designer-friendly Blueprint visual scripting.
  • Will have gained fundamental insights into both practical and theoretical perspectives on entrepreneurship
  • have learned best practices and gained deep insights from top entrepreneurs
  • will have built a solid entrepreneurial network to advance their own business and careers
  • have gained knowledge on how investors look at new ventures

Course Objective(entrepreneur and innovation)

  • Describe the processes by which innovation is fostered, managed, and commercialized.
  • Spot new business opportunities in the environment, whether by recognition, development, or creation.
  • Effectively and efficiently evaluate the potential of new business opportunities.
  • Assess the market potential for a new venture, including customer need, competitors, and industry attractiveness.
  • Develop a business model for a new venture, including revenue, margins, operations, working capital, and investment.
  • Develop pro forma financial statements that reflect business model decisions and that can be used to determine future funding requirements.
  • Write a clear, concise, and compelling business plan for a new venture.
  • Identify appropriate sources of financing for an entrepreneurial business plan.

 

 

What is the target audience?

  • This course is created for Business people who hase already being running their businesses for 5-7years and they need a spark.

Starting Course

1
The Course Explained
2
Identifying your Audience
18 questions
3

After Intro

1
Habits of Highly Effective Communicators
2
Different kinds of communication
3
Features of communication.

Entrepreneurial Thinking

1
Entrepreneur and the process

Innovation Management

Opportunity Spotting

1
Opportunity Evaluation

Strategy and Business Models

1
BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS

ESSENTIALS OF MARKETING

1
Major Functions of Marketing
2
Media Used in Advertising
3
Marketing Planning
4
Digital Marketing/SEO

MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES

1
Hiring and Placing New Employees
2
Training New and Current Employees
3
Different Types of Compensation

Negotiating Deals

Creating the Organization : structure and design

1
Forms of organization structure;
Faq Content 1
Faq Content 2

Before We Resume Class

— 28 February 2020

  1. 1)Case study of an entrepreneur - individual (20%).

a. Choose an entrepreneur and write a case study on the entrepreneur, focusing on the following: 1)Introduction – what business/es is the entrepreneur involved in, when did they start, employee numbers, industry etc. What is the entrepreneurs’ background (family, education, career etc.). 2 How did they get started in business? What motivated them to become entrepreneurs? 3) What entrepreneurial characteristics and traits are evident in this person? Use theories of entrepreneurship to help answer this question.Word guide – appx 1,500 words (+/- 10 % is acceptable). Use biographies, autobiographies, interviews, newspaper, magazines, social media, websites, company reports etc.


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Enrolled: 34 students
Duration: June 5-8
Lectures: 16
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced

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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
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