Institute of Commercial Management | Qualification Subject

Entrepreneurship Development and Enterprise

Main Topics of Study

Main Topics of Study:

The Environment

  • Approaches to the study of entrepreneurship
  • The role of entrepreneurship in the economy and society
  • Influences on entrepreneurship development
  • Support for entrepreneurship development

The Person

  • The nature, characteristics and behaviour of the entrepreneur
  • Entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation
  • Entrepreneurship, motivation and leadership
  • Entrepreneurship, team building and conflict resolution

The Organisation

  • The entrepreneurial new venture e.g., business generation and development
  • New venture planning and creation e.g., raising finances, new product and service development
  • Retaining entrepreneurship as the venture grows e.g., managing finances and supplier relationships
  • Intrapreneurship: Developing entrepreneurship in large organisations
  • Domestic legal requirements and regulatory considerations when setting up and operating an enterprise

This unit is part of the ICM Level 5 Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Enterprise

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Kirby, David.  (2002) Entrepreneurship, McGraw-Hill Education / Europe, Middle East & Africa; 2nd UK ed. edit

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