SI 663: Entrepreneurship in the Information Industry

Entrepreneurship has been practiced around the world for centuries. It is a mindset characterized by rick-taking, seeing problems from multiple perspectives, experimentation, learning from failure, and continually challenging oneself to produce meaningful results. Entrepreneurs typically do not bring about change themselves. This is generally the realm of the innovators. And though they are not mutually exclusive, the focus of this course is on searching for, responding to, and exploiting changes as an opportunity - and doing it in the information industry. View syllabus

Credit Hours: 3
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