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About the Course

This Innovation and Entrepreneurship course focuses on the interconnection between entrepreneurial thinking and innovation. Specifically, we look at models used in Silicon Valley to grow both start-up companies as well as innovation inside large organizations. Bringing together top Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley faculty, this course addresses critical areas for successful growth, including design thinking, open innovation, business models, product-market fit, and financing. This course will teach you how to think like an entrepreneur and provides the models, tools and frameworks to further develop your business or idea. An emphasis will be placed on the IT space. In this first part, From Basics to Open Innovation, the following areas are included: innovation and entrepreneurship basics; the Silicon Valley entrepreneurship model; the importance of failure; market analysis: how to engage with customers; and open innovation....

Top reviews

SS
Nov 27, 2020

This course contains all the valuable insights which a beginner like me who has little or very less knowledge about the market and business side should know

AP
May 15, 2020

This course is very well structured and faculties are excellent in explaining and giving examples. It was a good experience in learning from them.

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By HARI P M S

Oct 26, 2020

good course, very informative

By NALLAMALLI A S

Oct 28, 2020

very practical, and enjoyed

By Monil K

Nov 26, 2020

good

By CLARKE O S G

Oct 20, 2020

Good

By prom l

Sep 28, 2020

The ideas presented are good and easy to understand. I would give the instructors a 5.

In reviewing the peer graded assignments, I was disappointed to find that no one took the assignments seriously.

Coursera is not taking this kind of behavior seriously.

By mayank j s

Sep 30, 2020

no

By Mahmood A

Jul 20, 2020

This is one of the least interesting course I have ever taken on Coursera. There are several issues with it, such as instructors are more concerned with selling their affiliation with their institution not in delivering the knowledge and at many instances I found that the lecturers are not conveying the real knowledge rather showing off their personalities. Most of the assessment is based on memorising rather than understanding and you literally have to note down each and every line discussed as it might show up in MCQs. The content are 5 years old and need an overhaul. I would suggest that they should follow the University of Virginia for quality of contents and instructions methods including the instructor's style. One important observation, due to the dull nature of this course, you will find the least number of people taking and often you will end up waiting to review assignment to finish the course. I struggled to finish the course.

By ARYAN B

Nov 24, 2020

I prefer Udemy

By KHUSHBOO S

Sep 30, 2020

My videos are locked and I'm not able to complete my course !

By ANSHU R

Nov 22, 2020

Waste of time