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Foundations of Systematic and Strategic Entrepreneurship in Complex Systems – High tech entrepreneurship in International Perspective (in English)

Degree programme:

Master Wirtschaftswissenschaften – Business B: Management & Organizations

Module:

Entrepreneurship II

Lecturer:

Lecture: Prof. Liudvika Leisyte (Professor of Higher Education)
Tutorial (Übung): Anna-Lena Rose & Claudius Terkowsky

In this course Prof. Leisyte will be substituted by Anna-Lena Rose in summer semester 2018.

Credits:

Seminar: 4 ECTS
Tutorial (Übung): 3.5 ECTS

Time and Place:

Seminar: Tuesdays, 10-12 h, starting date is 17.04.2018 (SRG 3.032)

Tutorial (Übung): two-day tutorial, May 24+25 (Thursday and Friday), 10-17 h (s.t.) (Chemiegebäude, C2-04-327)

Content of the Seminar:

In recent years, the quest for entrepreneurial success has become increasingly complex. Fast technological changes and highly permeable global markets are just two of the many forces that contribute to this dynamic. Yet, at the same time, some of the basic principles remain the same. The key characteristics of entrepreneurs as well as the process of creating new ventures are largely the same, although context dependent. In this seminar we will focus on high-tech entrepreneurship and academic entrepreneurs in an international perspective as this type of entrepreneurship is the most salient for the university environment. This seminar will use the latest international empirical as well as theoretical insights of entrepreneurship studies and innovation studies to increase your understanding of the process of creating new ventures. The tutorial (Übung) will develop your capacity to generate business ideas, filter them, and recognize the most feasible and potentially profitable opportunities amongst all of the noise present in today’s marketplace. This seminar will improve your ability to champion your best ideas in writing.

Organization:

All students are expected to actively participate in the seminar. Each of the sub-topics covered in the seminar will have compulsory and optional reading. It is expected that students will work on the assignment, present it and participate in the discussions. The assignment will consist of a case study of TU Dortmund and the Dortmund Technology Center. The number of participants of this seminar is limited to 20. The tutorial (Übung) will include workshop on creativity to help you develop business ideas which you will be further elaborate in your assignment.

Examinations:

Seminar: 4 Credits; task for getting a grade: graded presentation and seminar paper
Tutorial (Übung): 3.5 Credits; task for getting the grade: active participation in the tutorial (Übung)



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Contact

Anna-Lena Rose
Tel.: 0231 755-5549

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