INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEAUNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITYSYLLABUSCourse Management of Innovations and Entrepreneurship ProgramManagement FacultyFaculty of Business Management Course codeMGT 404 / 100316LecturerKetevan Kikilashvili, PhD candidate, Invited Lecturer Mobile: +995 595 72 88 00E-mail: [email protected];Consultations: Administrative Building; A Block; Room 304; 2 hours per week, time and placeof meeting will be arranged with a class. Study cycleBachelorStudy semester VIII semester Course statusElective Amount of credits and distribution of hours 6 ECTS: 150 hours including 62 contact hrs., 88 hrs. independent workAdmission preconditions No Purposes of the courseThe Purposes of the Study Course is to Build your Own Business and make the Company Work.The course provides a holistic view of the company as the main subject of entrepreneurial activity, its objectives, functions, structure and resources, etc. The course provides the knowledge and develops the skills of setting goals. Students get to know how to build business models, innovate and how to make effective management decisions. Learning outcomes By completion of the course, students will have:A familiarity with current topics in strategic innovation management, such as innovation networks, idea brokering,open innovation;IBSU.R3.F1E; Revision No.:0 Page No: 1/10
INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEAUNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BLACK SEA UNIVERSITYSYLLABUSA familiarity with innovation processes and structures such as R&D team and incentive design, R&D portfoliomanagement, idea generation processes, the pros and cons of various R&D organizational structures, and thechallenges of innovation in large and small firms;An understanding of the strategies most effective for exploiting innovations;The ability to apply these concepts directly to real world situations;Skills to identify, evaluate, and resolve a variety of issues relating to poor innovative performance in large firms aswell as entrepreneurial firms.Knowledge and understanding Knowledge of the different theoretical views on the nature, types and characteristics of entrepreneurship;Knowledge of how to generate business ideas;Knowledge specifications in fixed assets;Knowledge of legal forms of business organization;Knowledge of problems and solutions in “doing business";Knowledge of the basic concepts of business modeling;Knowledge of HR-management, basics of financial modeling and presenting business projects;Knowledge of modern reporting information trends and methods of how to finance business projects;Applying knowledge Ability to implement theoretical knowledge in evaluating of business ideas;
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