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QST SI 855 - Entrepreneurship
The course is a comprehensive introduction to the entrepreneurial process from idea generation through venture launch and later growth. Initial lectures and case studies focus on idea generation and concept feasibility along with the skills, competencies and perspectives entrepreneurs must develop to manage the organization through each phase of development. Later lectures and cases emphasize the issues faced by entrepreneurs in scaling innovative enterprises; use of strategic alliances, attracting funding and managing investors, managing growth expansion and choosing among exit options.

[ 3 cr.]

Grad Prereq: AC710/711/712, OB712/713/715, QM711/716/717, MK713/723/724, FE717/721/722
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