30218 - ENTREPRENEURIAL STRATEGY
CLEAM - CLEF - CLEACC - BESS-CLES - BIEMF
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 31
This course deals with the process of creating new ventures in dynamic business environments. We analyze the competitive environments that entrepreneurs face, how new entrants alter competition, how industries are created and destroyed through competition, and how entrepreneurial strategies can ultimately generate economic growth.
We also examine the internal management of entrepreneurial ventures. We study how entrepreneurs create and develop new ventures, launch new technologies, and initiate new business models. Finally, we explore how entrepreneurial attitudes and actions can be encouraged within a business. Our ultimate goal is to train future managers who can recognize and manage both the potentials and the threats of entrepreneurial ventures, creating and sustaining competitive advantage.
- Creating and sustaining competitive advantage.
Entrepreneurial management: innovation, change and the creation of entrepreneurial opportunities.
Entrepreneurs as the active element in new ventures creation. Discovery and creation: alternative theories of entrepreneurial action.
The creation of new business models.
Entry in new markets.
Entrepreneurial strategies within large organizations.
How established firms can create breakthrough ideas.
The role of inter-organizational agreements for entrepreneurial strategies.
Organizational renewal and change.
The exam is written.
C. Garzia, Managing the Strategic Innovation Process, EGEA
- Raccolta di casi e letture per il corso, EGEA.
Selection of readings and cases will be indicated at the beginning of the course by the instructor.