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T1 introduction 2013

  1. 1. Entrepreneur Behavior (APT 2013) NOR IZZAH ILLIANA OTHMAN izzahilliana@yahoo.com 019-2700089 013-6755557
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE 2 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol APT 2013
  3. 3. Course Profile Course Name: Entrepreneur Behavior Course Code: APT 2013 Credit: 3 credit Contact Hours: 3 hours Subject Status: Program Core Pre-requisite: AFT 1013 (Asas Keusahawanan) 3 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol APT 2013
  4. 4. Course Profile Class Schedule: Lecture: L2 – THURSDAY (8-10 am) DK 8 &9 Tutorial: L2T1 – Sunday (9-10am) DK3 Tutorial: L2T3 - Thursday (3-4pm) DK5 Tutorial:L2T2 – Thursday (5 – 6 pm) DK28 Attendance is compulsory 4 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol APT 2013
  5. 5. Lecturer Pofile 5 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol APT 2013
  6. 6. Course Objectives The course aims to: 1. provide students with the knowledge on theories of entrepreneurial behavior and motivation 2. equip students with the knowledge of essential behaviors found among successful entrepreneurs 3. expose students with the reality of the entrepreneurial behavior at the business site 4. allow the students to discover and compare their own behaviors with behaviors of successful entrepreneurs 5. encourage students to apply these behaviors in their daily lives 6 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol APT 2013
  7. 7. Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students will be able to: 1. explain the different types of entrepreneurial behaviors that are essential for successful entrepreneurs 2. apply the entrepreneurial thinking (mindset) that triggers certain behavior 3. exhibit entrepreneurial behaviors in real life situations 4. differentiate between entrepreneurial and non-entrepreneurial behaviors 5. apply the entrepreneurial behaviors and skills in their daily working lives 7 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol APT 2013
  8. 8. Course Outline  The entrepreneurial mindset  Models of entrepreneurial motivation  Entrepreneurial behavior  Opportunity identification skills  Organizing and resourcing skills  Business communication skills  Leadership skills  Networking skills  Presentation of entrepreneur’s profile 8 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol APT 2013
  9. 9. Methods of Delivery Lectures and tutorials Case studies Field work Assignments 9 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol APT 2013
  10. 10. Assessments Individual Assignment Midterm Test Entrepreneurial Profile - Report - Presentation Final Exam Total 10 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol 10% 20% 20% 10% 40% 100% APT 2013
  11. 11. References 1. Butler, J.E., (2007), Opportunity Identification and Entrepreneurial Behavior, IAP 2. McMillan, I.C. and Rita Gunther Mac Grath (2000), The Entrepreneurial Mindset: Strategies for Continuosly Creating Opportunity in An Age of Uncertainty, Harvard Business School Press 3. Barbara J. Bird (1989), Entrepreneurial Behavior, Glensview, Illinois: Scott, Foresman 4. Scarborough, N.M. and Zimmerer, T.W., (2006), Effective Small Business Management: An Entrepreneurial Approach, 8th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall 5. Carol C. Dweck (2006), Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Random House 11 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol APT 2013
  12. 12. Academic Workload Guided Learning 20 Tutorial Self-directed Learning Lectures 20 Assignments (inclusive of fieldwork, case studies, etc.) Inclusive of making references, group discussions, exercises, preparation for learning and exam, etc. 16 TOTAL STUDENT’S LEARNING TIME 12 © 2013 Dr. Rafi/Dr. Wan Nadzrol 64 120 APT 2013

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