BUSI3065 Me, Us and Them: The Human Factor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3 units)
- BUSI2035 Entrepreneurship and Innovative Thinking
This course offers theories and research relevant to the human factor in entrepreneurships: the founder, the entrepreneurial team, first employees, dyadic developmental relationships, entrepreneurial social capital, and ecosystem networks. It offers a multidisciplinary perspective which provides a unique way of understanding how individuals, dyads, teams, and social networks interact, cocreate, influence the emergence, development, and growth of new ventures and beyond. Students will be able to learn a set of psychology and sociology-based skills and knowledge that will help them to make sense of the role of human factor in entrepreneurial and innovation-driven processes across various organizational contexts.
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