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HRM-5600 The Entrepreneurial Organization: Learning as Competitive Advantage

This course explores three key concepts and best practices associated with cultivating entrepreneurial behavior within organizations. Integrating adult learning, organizational learning, and knowledge management are central to adapting entrepreneurial behaviors and practices. In this course, students will consider the necessity of understanding adult learning theory to create a culture that supports entrepreneurial behavior. Students will also consider the importance of organizational learning and knowledge management on enabling stakeholders to adopt entrepreneurial orientations and practices, and they will apply these orientations and practices toward advancing entrepreneurialism in the workplace. Finally, students will identify the theoretical and practical intersection points among these topics and analyze the importance of adult learning, organizational learning, and knowledge management on promoting an entrepreneurial organization.

Credits: 3

Offered in Jan 2024, Mar 2024, May 2024, Sep 2024, Jan 2025, Mar 2025, May 2025

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