The module will include:
- Entrepreneurial architecture;
- Becoming an entrepreneurial leader;
- Constructing the entrepreneurial culture;
- Building the organization structure;
- Managing the entrepreneurial organisation;
- Encouraging intrapreneurship and corporate venturing;
- Developing strategy;
- Creating competitive advantage in mature markets;
- Building value through acquisitions and diversification;
- Exploiting innovation; and
- The architecture of corporate entrepreneurship
On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:
- Demonstrate a knowledge of principles of leadership and management approaches to entrepreneurship(individual) and intrapreneurship(team) in a range of contexts;
- Evaluate innovation and change within an organisational context using theory and practical experience in a variety of practical activities, including the start-up process in a new venture;
- Evaluate approaches to developing, managing and leading individuals and teams from start-up to growth stage of organisational development; and
- Develop and redesign sustainable working practices in a range of organisational contexts, demonstrating an ability to think entrepreneurially.
|Presentation||Presentation on the leadership of an intrapreneurial project (15 minutes) with 10% peer mark||30%|
|Report||Feasibility study of an intrapreneurial business project (1500 words)||70%|
Assessments may differ in 2020/21 due to adjustments for Covid-19. Please check Gateway for the latest regulations.
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- Burns, P. (2016). Entrepreneurship and Small Business (4th ed.). Palgrave.
- Evans, V. (2015). The Financial times essential guide to writing a business plan (2nd ed.). FT Publishing International.
- Hill, I. (2016). Start-up. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Neck, H., Neck, C., & Murray, E. (2020). Entrepreneurship: The Practice and Mindset (2nd ed.). Sage Publications, Inc