New Venture Creation 010219-A opportunities to the students to improve. Respect, civility, common courtesy and communication are the expected standards of conduct essential to this process There is NO LATE WORK ACCEPTED and NO MAKE-UPS including missed assignments, quizzes, exams or extra credit options. For EXCUSED ABSENCES (see paragraph in this Syllabus titled Absence/Tardy Policy), late work may be accepted for up to 24 hours after the excused absence or students may be offered an optional assignment of equivalent value if requested by the student via email within 24 hours of the excused absence to be submitted within the time frame set by the professor. Extenuating circumstances will be handled on a case by case basis. If a deadline is not set out for an assignment, then the assignments is due before the beginning of the next scheduled class after the assignment is posted or distributed. An assignment will be considered late if submitted and/or received after the deadline or the due date and time. Submissions to Canvas LMS are the required submission mode unless otherwise specified in the assignment. No email submissions will be accepted. This facilitates the grading process, but also locks out submissions after the deadline, which means assignments may not appear on the students’ online screen devices after the due date. Technology glitches are to be anticipated and are not reasons for missed submissions or late work. Contact your Instructor via the official St. Edward’s email (setting out the course number in the subject line) in the event of any major problems, but do not submit your assignments via email. If email service is down call your Instructor at the listed telephone numbers (leave voice mail). ENTR 3394.01—New Venture Creation Spring 2019 Class Schedule Course schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the Instructor. Listed items, assignments, due dates and point value allocations may be changed, deleted, added to and/or substituted as deemed necessary and announced by the Instructor. Check with the Instructor. Class Topics & Coverage Assignments & Textbook Chapter Focus Monday JAN 14 Framework for Course Syllabus & Course Overview Course Textbook Introductions Set up Austin Eco-System (AES) & YOUR VENTURE projects and assignments Chap 1—Intro to Entrepreneurship Wednesday JAN 16 Lean Startup Methodologies Elements of a Lean Startup Case 2.1 Dropbox Case 2.2 Rover.com Chapter 2—Recognizing Opportunities & Generating Ideas Narrative Sketch & Syllabus Acknowledgment/Quiz Due Monday JAN 21 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day No Classes Meet Chapter 3—Feasibility Analysis Sweet Green—Salads Casual Restaurant ENTR 3394.01 (Alvarado) Spring Semester 2019 10
New Venture Creation 010219-A Product to Market Fit Connecting Business Models, Lean Startups & Business Plans Research Guides Library Assignments Wednesday JAN 23 Online Tools Industry Life Cycles Organizational Feasibility Mission & Vision Chapter 3—Feasibility Analysis Proof of Concept Monetizing Ideas Monday JAN 28 Financial Performance
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