Entrepreneurship Development 101: Startup your New Venture

Entrepreneurship Development 101: Startup your New Venture

Entrepreneurship Development 101: Startup your New Venture

Understand Entrepreneurship. Learn what it takes to be an Entrepreneur. A practical oriented course for global students

Language: english

Note: 4.8/5 (56 notes) 547 students

Instructor(s): Col (Dr) Shabbar Shahid. M-Tech, MBA(Fin), CE, FIE(I), PhD

Last update: 2022-07-31

What you’ll learn

  • The Essence of Entrepreneurship
  • What it takes to be an Entrepreneur
  • The criteria of entrepreneurship
  • The common task of every entrepreneur
  • The vicious cycle of poverty
  • What does an entrepreneur achieve
  • Theory and practice of Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise
  • The conceptual model of entrepreneurship
  • Five core elements of Entrepreneurship
  • Self assessment of my potential as an entrepreneur

 

Requirements

  • There are no prerequisites. This is a conceptual educational course about entrepreneurship for people from all walks of life

 

Description

In today’s environment, many of us want to be entrepreneurs and launch our startups. But do we ever try to find out as to what qualities or traits are required to be an entrepreneur and then look within us and evaluate whether or not we have those qualities and traits.

Entrepreneurship development is one of the most simple but unfortunately also the least understood subject of management or an MBA course. We tend to read the theory without correlating it with the practical aspects and then we memorize the exam related theory and also pass the exams. But that does not serve the purpose in real life.

In this course, hosted by PRUDENCE Engineering and Financial Consultants, Col (Dr) Shabbar Shahid has explained  in a very lucid manner…the theory as well as the practical aspects of entrepreneurship.

On completion of this course, you will not automatically become an entrepreneur but I can assure you that you will know what an entrepreneur, entrepreneurship and enterprise means in the true sense and you will also be able to evaluate your own self whether you have it in you. And just in case you don’t have those traits, you would know that you need to develop them before you launch your own enterprise or a startup. And if you are learning this only for the purpose of an academic exam, then you will not only be able to face your exam in a better way but a clear understanding of the subject will help you put into practice the learning in your professional career.

This is the first and the introductory course among the series of courses that the instructor intends to host on the subject of “Entrepreneurship Development and Project Management”.


Col (Dr) Shabbar Shahid is an Army veteran with four decades of experience. He is a post graduate mechanical engineer, An MBA in finance, a Chartered Engineer, a fellow of the Institution of Engineers (India) and a doctorate in management.  He manages his own small consultancy firm called PRUDENCE Engineering and Financial Consultants and he pursues his passion for teaching.  Several of his courses are hosted on Udemy.

The instructor knows the subject well and speaks to the point without any frills or divergence thus, respecting the value of time.

 

Who this course is for

  • Those who intend to be entrepreneurs and launch their own startup ventures
  • Those who have already launched their startup ventures but struggling to make it survive
  • Students of MBA and other professional courses where entrepreneurship is an academic subject
  • Any one who is interested in learning about Entrepreneurship

 

Course content

  • The Essence of Entrepreneurship
    • Preview
    • Common course information
    • Who is an entrepreneur?
    • The criteria of entrepreneurship
    • The common task of every entrepreneur
    • The vicious cycle of poverty
    • What does an entrepreneur achieve?
    • Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise. The theory
    • Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise. Live example
    • The conceptual model of entrepreneurship
    • Five core elements of Entrepreneurship. Part 1
    • Five core elements of Entrepreneurship. Part 2
    • Self assessment: Is Maya Devi an entrepreneur…?
    • Self assessment: Is Jacob an entrepreneur…?
    • Self assessment: Is Jennet an entrepreneur…?
    • Difference between an Entrepreneur and a Manager
    • Bonus lesson

 

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