Entrepreneurship and Innovation
"Innovation is the ability to see change as an opportunity - not a threat"
What Will I Learn?
This track explores the processes and mechanisms by which new ideas can be developed for profit or impact ventures. You will learn how to commercialize and market ideas, within an organization or as an independent entrepreneur. The track incorporates an arts-based approach to entrepreneurship, through courses that explore philosophical questions raised by algorithms; psychological insights into failure and the environmental impact of consumption. Sample course offerings include: Entrepreneurship and the Startup Ecosystem, Project Management and Do Algorithms Have Imagination?
Please note that the “Entrepreneurship and Innovation” is currently available only as a minor track.
Is It For Me?
This track is suitable for you, if you are interested in… strengthening your understanding of entrepreneurial enterprises from startup to mature company.
What stands out about this track… Understand the principles of what it takes to establish a new business venture. Analyze real examples from the Israeli start-up nation and global arena. Examine today’s social entrepreneurship trends.
Skills that you will gain or improve in this track include… generating, validating and presenting entrepreneurial ideas, applying lessons learned from success and failures of entrepreneurs and pitching to investors.