Strategic Entrepreneurship

Provided by: NHH
Master's degree (EQF level: 7)

The topic of entrepreneurship revolves around the exploration and exploitation of opportunities. This exploration and exploitation can take place in the form of starting a new venture, but also occurs within the comforts of established firms. When we talk about the phenomenon of entrepreneurship we tend to focus on the more ambitious, growth-oriented form of entrepreneurship that delivers high value, also for society at large.

In order to achieve their value-creating potential, the entrepreneur or entrepreneurial manager are faced with a range of complex challenges they have to address. These challenges vary from building a well functioning organization and mobilizing necessary resources to formulate and execute strategies that allow them to take advantage of the resources they have at their disposal.

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  • Fall semester 2024/25

    Course start date 2024-08-19
    Course end date 2024-12-20
    Language English
    Credits 7.5 (ECTS)
    Engagement hours 200
    Grading scheme: Excellent A / Very Good B / Good C / Satisfactory D / Sufficient E / Fail F