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EPS7520

MANAGING GROWING BUSINESSES

EPS7520

Course Description:

EPS7520 - MANAGING GROWING BUSINESSES This case-based course is designed to provide insight into the challenges and opportunities accompanying growing an entrepreneurial company. The course provides the concepts and framework necessary to enable entrepreneurial management in organizations of all sizes and types. It is intended for individuals interested in managing growth in their own companies as well as those growing an existing company by creating value through innovation and opportunity capture. The course focuses on the decisions entrepreneurs must make to recognize and capture opportunities, obtain and allocate resources, challenge and direct personnel, and adapt personal goals and corporate strategies to a changing business environment. In this process, the course examines management challenges commonly encountered at different stages in the life-cycle of an entrepreneurial business, including start-up, growth, change of direction, and harvest.

Department:

Entrepreneurship

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

3

Course Programs:

Graduate