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EPS6300

ENTREPRENEURSHIP, ANALYTICS, AND STRATEGY OF THE FIRM

EPS6300

Course Description:

EPS6300: Entrepreneurship, Analytics, and Strategy of the Firm 3 credits Blended This course provides an overview of the entrepreneurship method that will enable students to create, identify, assess, shape, and act on opportunities in a variety of contexts and organizations, while also introducing students to the use of analytics throughout the lifecycle of business applications. The method, called Entrepreneurial Thought and Action (ET&A), is teachable and learnable, but is not predictable. This is a results-oriented course that emphasizes early action in order to test and refine new venture concepts. Topics will include: innovation uncertainty in the corporate environment, Design Thinking, Shareholder Value and EVA//Multi Business Strategy in Large Corporations, Industry Analysis, Ecosystems and Competitive Positioning and How Big Companies Make Decisions. Prerequisites: Admission in to the MSBA program. CAM students should contact Graduate Academic Services to pursue enrollment in this course.

Department:

Entrepreneurship

Course Level:

MSBA Core (Grad)

Course Credits:

3

Course Programs:

Graduate