Entrepreneurship

Get prepared for enterpreneurship

8. 11. 2019 (9:00-16:15) – 9. 11. 2019 (8:30-16:00)

This course covers following issues:

Nature of business:

  • Definition, importance to society and the economy, attitudes towards entrepreneurship

The personality of the entrepreneur:

  • Personality characteristics, motivations and attitudes of entrepreneurs, factors affecting start-up businesses

Exploration and exploitation of the business opportunities:

  • New ideas, techniques and concepts used for the evaluation of opportunities to establish businesses

The founding of the company:

  • Initial activities, start-up process
  • The acquisition of the business team and employees:
  • Composition and management of the business team, employee selection, team roles, social capital.

The growth of the company:

  • Exploitation of inner sources for growth of firm efficiency (Performance tuning).
  • Dimensions and stages of growth,
  • Change of role from entrepreneur as a founder to entrepreneur as an overcomer of growth barriers

The aim of the courses:

  • To provide participants basic overview of entrepreneurship and motivation to entrepreneurship
  • To develop skills required when starting a business activity and to show the specifics of management in particular levels in firms
  • To provide students with knowledge and skills needed for preparation, evaluation and analysis of the investment and project risk
  • To give a complete overview of the whole process when evaluating a business, approaches for business evaluation and systems of different evaluating methods

LECTURER: Ing. Michal Andera

PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Managers seeking to expand their theoretical background and professional skills

REGISTRATION: 224 098 466, marketa.dianova@vse.cz

FEE: 8 500,-  CZK / person (incl. VAT)

CERTIFICATE: Certificate of attendance issued by the University of Economics, Prague

GET YOUR BONUS: Complete this course, enrol in the International executive MBA program and get the total price of this course deducted from the MBA tuition fee.