Fundamentals in Entrepreneurship provides an introduction and practice with conceiving, testing and validating new products, services or ventures. The class aims to help develop a mindset, skillset and toolset used by entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs and innovators. Over the course, students will develop or refine skills in observing, framing, imagining, designing, prototyping and pitching. This experiential course will engage in testing new ideas, experimenting with new solutions and exploring new markets.
The objectives of this course are to:
Instructor Biography - Angele Beausoleil
- Demonstrate participants' entrepreneurial potential; how to unlock it, express it and foster it.
- Recognize that product, service and business innovation is a process.
- Understand and practice entrepreneurial thinking: creative and critical thinking.
- Explore how entrepreneurs can be found inside corporations and non-profits.
- Gain experience using innovative thinking tools to solve business problems.
Course Outline - Class of 2018 (posted August 1, 2017)
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