The entrepreneurial development series is a practitioner-oriented program of education and skill development designed for entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, key employees in entrepreneurial firms and managers in established firms seeking new growth opportunities through innovation and entrepreneurship.
The topic for Session 9
Positioning Your Company for Sustained and Profitable Growth
What is your Objective? What Should it Be?
The Critical Period of Transition: The Eight Hurdles
Entrepreneurial Leadership: From Entrepreneur to CEO
Anticipating and Managing Risks
Avoiding the Perils and Pitfalls
The series is presented by the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UT Dallas in full-day sessions (8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.) on the second Friday of each month. The nine-session series begins in September and continues through June, with the exception of December. The series will be repeated annually.
Online registration: http://innovation.utdallas.edu/iie-ProgramOutline.php
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