Cornerstones of change : Revisiting and challenging new perspective on research in enterpreneurship education Dr.arabion Nafise taghavi
introductory Entrepreneurial organization have undergone substantial changes and transformations during the last two decades in order to compete successfully on a global scale. In order to achieve many of these goals, the entrepreneurs of these companies must find creative and innovative ways to increase levels of efficiency, lower costs, and improve processes throughout the entire organization. Entrepreneurs must also be able to formulate strategies that are flexible to allow for continual redesign and reconfiguration.
introductory With all these changes and demands on an Entrepreneur skills and abilities, entrepreneurship educators must find alternative and non-traditional methods of teaching entrepreneurship. entrepreneurship educators need to be more proactive and innovative in how they plan and organiz their programs to develop entrepreneurs
The focus of this chapter The focus of this chapter is to demonstrate how universities and educators teaching entrepreneurship can take a multidisiplinary approach in how they design and implement their curriulum. In addition, this chapter introduces pedagogical elements of how entrepreneurship can be taught in order to facilitate and enhance the knowledge and abilities of future business owners.
Redesign the entrepreneurship curriculum: the path towards learning Teaching perspective
Internal and external stakeholder: faculty, students,employers, alumni
Learning perspective By taking an interdisciplinary approach, educators may be better able to assist entrepreneurs with many of the learning needs and issues of growing organizations as they move through the various stages of the entrepreneurial life-cycle. Many of the growth issues include:
Learning perspective Strategy development Resource assembling Standardization of systems/controls Organizational structure/design Management style and roles Evaluation of result Reward allocation
Pedagogical elements in entrepreneurship education past Present, future