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Course Code: 
BAM 3116
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

Organizations today are increasingly being affected by the relentless pressures of change, stemming from globalization, technological changes, etc. One of the pathways to weather these storms is through unleashing the entrepreneurial spirit latent in its employees. This results in such employees carving out new paths, initiating new ventures, defying the status quo in their organizations, and in general breaking fresh ground.Course ObjectiveThis course helps students to understand the intrapreneurial mindset as opposed to the employee mindset. It helps them to chart out pathways to reach their full potential, and thereby reinvent themselves. Moreover, intrapreneurship is inextricably connected with leadership. Both these phenomena involve mobilizing large teams of people towards a cause much greater than the individuals involved. Often they face significant resistance from forces that seek to preserve the status quo. Intrapreneurship is also closely linked with reinventing the self and subsequently the organization that one is associated with. Reinvention at any level (individual, group, or organization) fundamentally involves taking ownership, which implies operating with an entrepreneurial mindset

Learning Outcomes: 

At the end of the course the students should be able to;

  • Apply the principles of intrapreneurship in transforming their business operations and spinning off new business venture;
  • Start thinking creatively and acting innovatively;
  • Become aware of how corporate organizations of the more developed economies have transformed themselves through Intrapreneurship.
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