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University of Waterloo

Waterloo, Ontario

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BET 100

Essentials of Entrepreneurial Behaviour

This course is applicable to students with differing academic backgrounds, entrepreneurship interests (venture, employee entrepreneurship or social enterprise) and level of program. The core conceptual framework for this course is an entrepreneurship model that allows students to understand and practise the continuum of steps that are associated with the disciplined execution of commercial, green, charitable and employee entrepreneurship. The sequence of online modules address the growing importance of entrepreneurship to the Ontario and Canadian context, how successful entrepreneurs search for "big ideas", the process of research, observation and inquiry required at various stages of entrepreneurship development (value proposition, customer identification, channel selection, and resource needs), and the importance of building a business case around promising ideas.

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Anonymous - 2016-08-06 15:38:50
C Fall 2016 Larry Smith
Online course. 5 Assignments, no final exam. You have to make sure that on your first assignment you pick AT LEAST one or two good "important problem" because you will be building on that the whole way through the term. If you put in a decent effort, you can get an easy 70-75%.

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