Award winning Global Entrepreneurship Exchange (GE2) announces Indian Higher Education Institutions Faculty Workshops.
Provide Engineering and Management Faculty with tools and frameworks to teach Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Undergraduate programs, this will enable a rapid scaling of the entrepreneurship education in India.
Specific objectives are:
Prepare the faculty for the 21st Entrepreneurship Challenges by incorporating the experiential entrepreneurship pedagogy in curricula
Transform entrepreneurship curriculum to build core entrepreneurial skills including opportunity assessment, networking, team development, financial management, fund raising, technology integration, leadership, sales and marketing
Increase the quality and frequency of entrepreneurial experiential activities, co-curricular activities, direct time with successful entrepreneurs, mentorships, internships, incubation centers, alumni engagement, and entrepreneurs-in-residence)
Increase the use and quality of interdisciplinary learning of entrepreneurship concepts
University of Massachusetts Lowell (USA) and KLE Technological University Hubli, India) have been conducting 2-week accelerated multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural classes since 2014. Over 820 students from 17 countries have participated in these sessions held in Hubli (India), Nanjing (China) and in Lowell (USA). Results have been very positive, generating excitement and new energy in entrepreneurship within the student community. To scale such an educational effort, it is essential to train and develop engineering and management faculty engaged in teaching entrepreneurship and innovation. This time it is in Warangal in SR Innovation Exchange.
Faculty from UMASS LOWELL will fly down to Warangal and conduct this 4 days intensive workshop.
Michael P Ciuchta is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He received his PhD in Organization Theory/Strategic Management from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Prof. Mehta over 50 years of experience in business, industry and academic. He joined the Manning School of Business in 2005 and has been teaching strategy and entrepreneurship at undergraduate and graduate levels. He founded 2 software companies and worked for a high tech company.
This workshop will provide tools and frameworks to the Management and Engineering Faculty focusing on Experiential Learning. Broad topics covered are :
Essentials of Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship Building Blocks
Business Model Canvas
Marketing, Market Research and Customer Discovery
The Workshop is offered as a 4-day intensive experiential learning of Global Entrepreneurship and Innovation. It is designed to help faculty to understand the importance of entrepreneurship and innovation in today's global economy and to cultivate an entrepreneurial mind-set. Faculty will work in inter-disciplinary, multi- cultural environments exploring problem solving techniques, opportunities identification, business concept development and venture planning using standard business model framework and bringing ideas to reality.
The Workshop will require participants to practice on real life technological and social projects to evaluate their commercialization potential and opportunities.
After attending this workshop, it is expected that a faculty will:
Be able to Design, Develop and effectively Deliver entrepreneurship and innovation courses
Be able to Guide students in entrepreneurship experiential learning
Be able to Conduct entrepreneurship activities and provide learning lessons and feedback
Be able to Mentor student entrepreneurship to pursue startup ventures
Be able to Understand, Plan and Establish an entrepreneurship ecosystem
Marketing, Market Research and Customer Discovery
I. Case studies will be included in each topic
II. Attendees/ Participants should bring ideas or projects they would like to work on
III. Reading material and assignments will be forwarded in electronic form at least 2 weeks prior to the workshop
IV. Attendees are expected to come prepared to the workshop, including assigned work
V. Attendees are expected to bring appropriate technology with them (Laptop, Tablet, Smart Phone)
January 16-19, 2019
9.30 am to 4.30 pm
4 Days Workshop
Facilitators : UML FACULTY
Course fee of Rs.3000/- only ( includes all Course material and facilities )
No Accomodation Provided
DD in favour of : SR Foundation Payable at : Warangal
RTGS / NEFT
ACCOUNT NAME : SR FOUNDATION
BANK NAME : INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK
ACCOUNT TYPE : SAVINGS !
ACCOUNT NO : 249301000006472
IFSC CODE : IOBA0002493
BRANCH : BHIMARAM, WARANGAL.
BRANCH NO : 2493
SR Innovation Exchange , Warangal , Telangana , India
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