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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Developing the Opportunity for Corporate Entrepreneurs by University of Maryland, College Park

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About the Course

For an increasing number of established companies, creating new businesses and programs within the company is an imperative for success. Maturing technologies and aging product portfolios are requiring established companies to create, develop, and sustain innovative new initiatives. In this course, learners will develop knowledge on how to navigate the barriers to creating, developing, and sustain innovative new businesses and programs within established companies or organizations with an emphasis on: • Introducing the skills for identifying and analyzing entrepreneurial ideas within a corporate environment; • Examining entrepreneurial thinking within yourself and your colleagues with an awareness of entrepreneurial mindset, entrepreneurial motivations, and entrepreneurial behaviors; • Cultivating seeing entrepreneurially within yourself and your colleagues with attention to industry conditions, industry status, macroeconomic change, and competition; and • Championing acting entrepreneurially within the corporate environment with an understanding of value innovation and opportunity identification. Try this course for FREE at https://www.coursera.org/learn/corporate-entrepreneurs-opportunity...

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By Shubham D

Mar 01, 2019

awesome course

By MUHAMMAD S

Feb 10, 2018

You guys are great.Just love each every time i spent listing these lectures.

Thank you Coursera

By Aridhi

Nov 22, 2016

qualified teachers and modern teaching methods.

By Luiz F R

Aug 11, 2017

Excellent! Well done

By Carlos F E R

Jan 11, 2017

This is a great course and I strongly recommend it!

By Ali G

May 07, 2017

It is pretty useful course. I wish it was more interactive in a way that we could communicate with the professor to some extend and classmates (like group projects ) in terms of assignment or sharing ideas.