ETM 563 Intrepreneurship in Technology

The development of new products and services is fundamental to sustaining a long-term competitive advantage. The efforts of the individual or team of entrepreneurs who are responsible for this activity become even more complex when the activity must be carried out inside an existing on-going business. Explores a procedural framework, along with typical issues often encountered such as resources, timing, political conflicts, bureaucracy, and other obstacles that must be overcome to succeed in developing products within an existing company.



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Also offered as ETM 663 and may be taken only once for credit.


Graduate standing. Expected preparation: ETM 555/655 and ETM 535/635.