All businesses start "small". Successful entrepreneurial business ventures, however, are growth oriented. Rapid growth can create problems for entrepreneurs if they do not have appropriate business systems in place. This subject takes an applied approach to the management of emerging, growth oriented, entrepreneurial business ventures as distinct from larger corporations. It focuses on risk management and the fundamental business systems needed to ensure the continuity and growth of these ventures during the early and growth stages.
|Faculty||Bond Business School|
|Study abroad||Available to Study Abroad students|
1. Identify and describe the nature and scope of challenges faced by contemporary entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial managers operating in start-up and high growth ventures.
2. Competently apply proven frameworks to assist contemporary entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial managers steward their ventures through the turbulence that is high growth.
3. Apply the core ideas introduced in the subject to real-world situations faced by firms in a start-up and high growth context.
No Prior Knowledge Required