Institute for Entrepreneurship, Technology Management, and Innovation

Entrepreneurship

  • type: Vorlesung (V)
  • semester: WS 20/21
  • time: 09.11.2020
    18:00 - 19:30 einmalig
    30.22 Gaede-Hörsaal
    30.22 Physik-Flachbau (OG 1)


    30.11.2020
    18:00 - 19:30 einmalig
    30.22 Gaede-Hörsaal
    30.22 Physik-Flachbau (OG 1)


  • lecturer: Prof. Dr. Orestis Terzidis
  • sws: 2
  • lv-no.: 2545001
  • information:

    Presence/Online mixed

Important:
If you want to attend the lecture Entrepreneurship, please register in ILIAS.
The registration in ILIAS is not a binding registration for the exam, this will be done later separately in the CAS.
Since the lecture will be held digitally this semester, this is mandatory for participation. All further information will be published in ILIAS.

 

Requirements: None.

Description: The grade is the grade of the written examination:
The lecture as a compulsory part of the module "Entrepreneurship" introduces the basic concepts of entrepreneurship. The individual stages of dynamic business development are covered. Further contents are the conception and use of service-oriented information systems for founders, technology management and business model generation as well as lean startup methods for the implementation of business ideas by means of controlled experiments in the market.

References for further reading:
Füglistaller, Urs, Müller, Christoph and Volery, Thierry (2008): Entrepreneurship.
Ries, Eric (2011): The Lean Startup.
Osterwalder, Alexander (2010): Business Model Generation.

Teaching content:
The lecture as a compulsory part of the module "Entrepreneurship" introduces the basic concepts of entrepreneurship. The individual stages of dynamic corporate development are covered. Emphasis is placed on the introduction to methods for generating innovative business ideas, the translation of patents into business concepts and general basics of business planning.
Further contents are the conception and use of service oriented information systems for founders, technology management and business model generation as well as lean startup methods for the implementation of business ideas by means of controlled experiments in the market.

Workload:
Total workload for 3 credit points: approx. 90 hours
attendance time: 30 hours
Preparation and follow-up of the LV: 45.0 hours
Exam and exam preparation: 15.0 hours

Goal:
Students are fundamentally introduced to the topic of entrepreneurship. After successful attendance of the course they should have an overview of the sub-areas of entrepreneurship and be able to understand basic concepts of entrepreneurship.

Exam:
The success control takes place in form of a written examination (60 min.) (according to §4(2), 1 SPO).
The mark is the grade of the written examination.

Exam date: 17.12.2020, 14.00 - 15.00 Uhr (Zelt am Forum).