Starting up a new venture amid rapid, radical change is daunting—to build a successful business today, you also must be equipped to turn disruptive innovation into competitive advantage. Focusing on the challenges facing entrepreneurs in small-to-midsize companies, Launching New Ventures helps you develop the critical skills to identify new business opportunities and transform them into profitable companies.
Presenting the latest perspectives on entrepreneurial issues and best practices, this leadership training program helps you to improve your analytical skills, make sound investment and management decisions, and develop the essential leadership capabilities for managing growth and change.
The program examines the complex process of exploiting disruptive opportunities to build successful new businesses. You will explore a range of topics, including defining business initiatives, attracting capital and talent, and evolving proactive strategies as the business grows.
Launching New Ventures is designed for entrepreneurs and business owners of small-to-midsize companies who are building a new venture or developing the capabilities needed for successful innovation.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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