Not available in 2012
Previously offered in 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004
Examines entrepreneurship in an Asian context, developing students' knowledge regarding leadership, behavioral aspects of entrepreneurship, innovation, cross cultural issues and new venture planning and management. This course is also designed to provide opportunities for students to develop and practice important skills regarding entrepreneurship through the delivery of course lectures and workshops.
On successful completion of the course students should be able to:
1. Discuss the nature of entrepreneurial behaviour, and its role in international business.
2. Identify environment antecedents, which impact upon the entrepreneurial process.
3. Competently describe and address particular issues concerning Asian entrepreneurship.
4. Develop a new venture business proposal and business plan.
5. Undertake case study development and analysis.
1. Nature and Importance of Entrepreneurship
2. Behavioural Characteristics of the Entrepreneur/Intrapreneur
3. Entrepreneurship in Asia I
4. Entrepreneurship in Asia II
5. Environmental Scanning and Internationalism
6. New venture formation
7. Entrepreneurship and Planning
8. Venture Finance
9. Managing the venture
10. Developing an Entrepreneurial Culture
11. Failure/Decline of New Ventures
12. Future Directions of Entrepreneurship in Asia
Modes of Delivery
Lecture: for 36 hour(s) per Term for Full Term