Where do great business ideas come from? We all have compelling business concepts that we've been thinking about for years. In this course we will explore how to use observational tools and other techniques for idea generation and we will talk about how to evaluate the good ideas from the bad. The goal is to settle on a business idea that you are not only passionate about but also has real market application.
About this Course
Ken SzymusiakManaging Director, Burgess Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Forrest S. CarterAssociate Professor, Faculty Director of Institute of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
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TOP REVIEWS FROM THE SEARCH FOR GREAT IDEAS: HARNESSING CREATIVITY TO EMPOWER INNOVATION.
Good information about empowering the creativity for innovators
Really is a course that gets you thinking about stuffs, pushing you to get more creative and think outside the box.
Interesting, gave an unique approach to innovation and creativity.
Great concepts to help one work through a business development process. Concise and to the point. Looking forward to the other courses in the specialization.
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