Course in Entrepreneurship in Singapore

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Entrepreneurship

A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

If you want to be your own boss but don’t know where to start, a degree in entrepreneurship could be the way to go. A master's of entrepreneurship will give you the skills you need to make and run your own business.

Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is a Southeast Asian island city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, 137 kilometers north of the equator. A number of foreign universities, business schools and specialised institutes have also setup their Asian campuses in Singapore. Singapore is one of the safest major cities in the world by virtually any measure.

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Course - International Business & Entrepreneurship

Winterline Global Skills
Campus Full time 12 weeks July 2017 Singapore

Whether it’s a one-person startup or a multi-national conglomerate, business is business. Find out if it’s for you, and acquire valuable skills that will help you succeed in college and in life. You’ll visit four of the world's leading innovation hubs and do much more than observe. You’ll design your own startup, learn to sell, negotiate, present, network – and ultimately think like a business person. [+]

Best Courses in Entrepreneurship in Singapore 2017. International Business & Entrepreneurship Whether it’s a one-person startup or a multi-national conglomerate, business is business. Find out if it’s for you, and acquire valuable skills that will help you succeed in college and in life. You’ll visit four of the world's leading innovation hubs and do much more than observe. You’ll design your own startup, learn to sell, negotiate, present, network – and ultimately think like a business person. Then we will take you to SxSW, a leading innovation conference. From building a website to managing your finances, you’ll learn the skills that will help you succeed in college and in life, and gain insight into business as a college major or career choice. JANUARY 15 – APRIL 5, 2017 | US, ASIA JANUARY 15 – APRIL 5, 2018 | US, ASIA Boston, Silicon Valley, Singapore, Mumbai DATES Spring 2017: Jan 15-Apr 5 or Spring 2018: Jan 15-Apr 5 DURATION 12 weeks LOCATIONS Boston, MA, Singapore, Mumbai India, Austin, TX ACCOMMODATIONS Hostels DEPARTURE CITY Boston, MA RETURN CITY Boston, MA AGES 18-22 PROGRAM FEE $32,000 [-]

Managing Teams for Innovation and Success

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 6 days June 2018 Singapore

This program enables you to manage team dynamics in a manner that establishes a productive work environment, delivers high performance, and fosters creative ideas. [+]

Managing or participating in a team-based work environment can be either exhilarating or exasperating. Given the potential benefits and pitfalls of using teams, when should you use them, how do you choose team members who will accomplish a goal in the most effective manner, and how do you manage them to deliver successful results? This program enables you to manage team dynamics in a manner that establishes a productive work environment, delivers high performance, and fosters creative ideas.Content OverviewTeams have a vast capacity to drive an organization beyond its boundaries. When managed well, teams stimulate creativity and innovation, make an organization more adaptive to market forces, and tap into a firm’s intellectual resources to drive breakthrough results.Managing Teams for Innovation and Success approaches team building at the strategic level. Participants evaluate not only the structure and management of high-performance teams, but also whether it is appropriate to use teams or individuals to most effectively accomplish a given goal. Participants also explore team dynamics from the perspectives of both team leaders and team members in order to build a deeper understanding of the implications of management decisions.Key takeaways:- Strategies for building high-performing teams and eliminating obstacles to effective teamwork - Tools to define and communicate manager and team member roles - Methodologies to manage the complexities of group dynamics, including decision making, power, and conflict ... [-]