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MEM- 824 Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Campus PNEC
Programs PG
Session Spring Semester 2017
Course Title Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Course Code MEM- 824
Credit Hours 3-0
Pre-Requisutes Operations Management
Course Objectives This module provides the understanding of the entrepreneurial skills necessary for product selection, market evaluation, business capitalization and development of an organization to successfully operate the business.
Detail Content
  • Leadership & Stress/time Management Capabilities
  • Empowerment & Team Building
  • The Entrepreneurial Perspective
  • The Individual Entrepreneur
  • Creative Problem Solving, Product Planning & Business Startup
  • The Business Plan
  • The Financial Plan
  • The Marketing Plan
  • The Organizational Plan
  • Informal Risk & Capital Market
  • Competitive Resource Use, Entry/Risk Reduction Strategies & the Growth Strategies
  • Financial Control, Generating Resources from External Sources and Acquisitions, Mergers & Buyouts
  • Going Public & Ending a Venture
  • Lean Management
  • Cellular Manufacturing,
  • Total Productive Maintenance
Text/Ref Books
  • From Concept to Wall Street: A Complete Guide to Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital by Oren Fuerst, Uri Geiger, FT Press (2002)
  • Entrepreneurship in a Global Context by Ian C. MacMillan, Sue Birley, Routledge (1997)
  • Entrepreneurship by Robert D. Hisrich, Michael P. Peters, Dean A. Shepherd, McGraw Hill (2005)
  • Small Business Management: An Entrepreneurial Emphasis
  • by Justin G. Longenecker, Carlos W. Moore (Author), J. William Petty Leslie E. Palich, South Western, 13th Ed. (2005)
  • Small Business Management Fundamentals by Dan Steinhoff & John F. Burgess, McGraw Hill (1993)
Time Schedule Spring Semester 2012.
Faculty/Resource Person Miss Novera Ansar
MS (SZABIST), Pakistan
Discipline: Engineering Management