Professor/InstructorChristopher Brian Kuenne
This hands-on course introduces students to analysis and actions required to launch and commercialize a tech company, through the use of Harvard Business School cases, visits from entrepreneurs, and two "field assignments". You will learn conceptual frameworks and analytical techniques for evaluating technologies, markets, and commercialization strategies. Additionally, you will learn how to attract and motivate the resources needed to start a company (e.g. people, corporate partners and venture capital), prepare business plans, structure relationships, refine product-market fit, and create and grow enterprise value.
Special Topics in Entrepreneurship
Covers topical issues highlighting the impact of engineering on society through entrepreneurship. Topics and course format vary from year to year.
Special Topics in Social Entrepreneurship
Covers topical issues highlighting Social Entrepreneurship. Topics and course format vary from year to year.