Relating to MiE objective 1.1. Students will master the collection and analysis of diverse sets of information relevant for their entrepreneurial endeavors:
Students will build expertise in gathering and processing critical knowledge from various internal (e.g., peers, corporate venture arms, alliance units) and external sources (e.g., start-ups, accelerators, lead users and online and offline communities of innovation), which will enable identification of new growth opportunities and development of business models.
Relating to MiE objective 1.2. Students will be capable of developing promising novel business ideas and business models:
Students will amass expert knowledge of current tools and methods in identifying and developing business ideas and models through engaging key internal and external actors in their organizational environments.
Relating to MiE objective 1.3. Students will master the process of evidence-based entrepreneurship (i.e.: defining business hypotheses and empirically validating/rejecting them):
Students can master the process of developing business hypotheses, choosing test settings and validating/rejecting them through various forms of collaboration with important internal and external actors.
Relating to MiE objective 1.4. Students will be experts in scaling new business (i.e. mastering the operative setup of new business):
Students will have an expert knowledge of important business model metrics related to specific types of business models as well as growth/scaling stages.
Relating to MiE objective 1.5. Students will be experienced in building and maintaining strong teams and partnerships:
Students will have expertise in building a strong entrepreneurial team and embedding their innovation activities in the external ecosystems of innovation and start-ups.