15.701 Innovation-Driven Entrepreneurial Advantage
Exposes students to the content, context, and contacts that enable entrepreneurs to design and launch successful stand-alone ventures, ventures inside established corporations, and ventures in partnership with established corporations based on new innovations. Students examine the critical entrepreneurial and innovation challenges facing entrepreneurs inside new and established firms, and develop frameworks that allow them to identify, evaluate, iterate, and integrate their ideas effectively. Case-based discussions complemented by visits to key actors in MIT labs, as well as live case studies with successful entrepreneurs. Specially designed team projects provide practical experience in entrepreneurial strategy, innovation management, and the workings of the MIT entrepreneurial ecosystem. Restricted to Executive MBA students.
This class has 15.714 as a prerequisite.
15.701 will not be offered this semester. It will be available in the Summer and Spring semesters, and will be instructed by Consult J. Hising DiFabio.
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This class counts for a total of 12 credits.
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