Babson Executive and Enterprise Education has launched Entrepreneurial Leadership Online (ELO), its first standalone online simulation that challenges learners to apply entrepreneurial leadership skills to reach an emerging market with a new product within a tight time frame. Participants are guided to make entrepreneurial decisions as they balance planning with action.
“We are delighted to make Babson College’s unique method of Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® available to leaders worldwide through this innovative new simulation," said Dr. Elaine J. Eisenman, Dean of Babson Executive and Enterprise Education. “ELO is designed to help individuals and teams develop the mindset needed to succeed in today’s dynamic and constantly changing business environments.”
During the course of this 30-60 minute learning experience, participants make a series of decisions that impact their success in meeting the objectives of the simulated challenge. Short video-based faculty lectures are integrated, in order to teach and reinforce principles of entrepreneurial leadership. The lectures are taught by Babson's world-class faculty in Entrepreneurship, Organizational Behavior, and Operations Management.
Individuals and organizations have already begun placing orders for ELO.
• ELO is available at the rate of $59.99 for unlimited access for ten business days. To purchase ELO, click here. Orders include unlimited access to ELO for 10 business days.
• For a free demo, group rates, or to learn about our other online learning opportunities, please contact Bob McDonald via email or at 781-239-3923.
About Babson Executive and Enterprise Education
Babson Executive and Enterprise Education is one of the world’s top executive education providers, as recognized by our clients as well as Financial Times and Bloomberg Businessweek. We are a dynamic learning laboratory, where clients, faculty, staff, and partners work together to address real-world business challenges and create and capitalize on opportunities for our clients. With roots in Entrepreneurial Thought and Action®, we develop the leaders that companies need most: those who can create opportunities, envision and navigate change, accommodate ambiguity, surmount complexity, and motivate teams in a common purpose to grow organizations and create economic and social value. For more information, please visit www.babson.edu/bee or contact us at 781-239-4354 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Barbara Spies Blair |
4/30/2013 12:00 AM