This course will explore the earlier stages of the entrepreneurial venture process across four modules. The modules will examine the nature of growth and error in entrepreneurial settings and how to manage resources in those settings. In addition, the modules will explore the emergence of entrepreneurial opportunities, the formulation of ideas in relation to those opportunities, and how those opportunities and ideas influence entrepreneurial phenomena. Finally, the course will focus on how business concepts underlie compelling entrepreneurial missions that provide guidance to the evolution of a venture’s business model and future strategic planning.
This course is part of the Innovation: From Creativity to Entrepreneurship Specialization
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ENTREPRENEURSHIP I: LAYING THE FOUNDATION
Great content and instructor. The videos could use a little more excitement. At some points it felt a bit like a power point presentation.
the only problem is with the Peer-graded assignments because of the time constraints. you really need to change that
Very usefully course with great combination of theory and practice. Assignment is well lay-out for thought process.
Great course provides insights on finding the product market fit and capture the appropriate market depending on the nature of the startup.
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