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Over two days, you will explore the methods and frameworks underlying innovative solution design typical of entrepreneurial thinking. Employing practice-focused and hands-on activities, you will quickly learn to apply entrepreneurial methods, tools and mindsets to your own challenges and venture opportunities, regardless of your industry or role. This intensive learning experience is based on components of the UTS Executive MBA in Entrepreneurship and Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Honours) programs. Participants might also want to consider other short courses in our entrepreneurship series such as Creating Market Fit, which focuses on how to find a market fit for an entrepreneurial solution.
Full price: $3,000 (GST-free)*
*Price subject to change. Please check price at time of purchase.
Discounts are available for this course. For further details and to verify if you qualify, please check the Discounts section under Additional course information.
Module 1 - Reflective mindset: The habit to get traction
This module introduces you to the importance of reflection as an essential entrepreneurial practice and mindset. You will learn how to use reflective writing frameworks, participate in a mastermind session and track progress in achieving goals. You will learn about developing the habit of tracking progress, action items, preparing agendas and developing accountability. During the module you will:
Module 2 - Exploring opportunities
This module is designed to help you understand trends and shifts in industries, societies and consumer behaviour, and how to identify opportunities for innovation. You will learn various approaches to help you get to know the people you aim to serve and the challenges they are facing. If you are feeling stuck in relation to where you should begin your entrepreneurial journey, this module will help you identify a problem worth solving! During the module you will:
Module 3 - Gathering and making sense of data
This module focuses on interviewing as a technique to gather information. You will learn how to make sense of data by applying tools and methods that infer meaning and validate assumptions about customer gains and pains. During the module you will:
Module 4 - Creating for your customer
To create a meaningful solution to a problem, you must understand the needs that underlie a person’s decision-making. In this module you will learn how to empathise with and understand customer needs and apply creative methods to generate ideas for solutions. During the module you will:
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
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As part of your enrolment, we will provide you with morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea. If you have particular dietary requirements, please ensure you confirm these with our staff by emailing email@example.com prior to attending your course, so that we can arrange for our caterers to provide you with delicious alternatives.
Please send all dietary requirements to Futures.Academy@uts.edu.au.
Whether you're launching your own venture or driving change within your organisation, this course will provide you with the methods, tools and mindsets you need to spark, build and manage the next big thing.
The course is suitable for (but not limited to): professionals working in organisations who want to think like an entrepreneur to solve problems in their organisation; early-stage founders who want to put themselves in the best position to get from problem-solution fit to product-market fit; intrapreneurs who want to uncover the entrepreneur in themselves.
Governance for the Public Sector will examine how aligning public sector values and objectives to systems of corporate governance will produce diverse strategies and improved results. This short course will provide an understanding of the ways in which public sector organisations are governed, approaches to governance in different public sector institutional environments and how effective and sustainable these governance approaches are.
Explore the legal and commercial elements of major infrastructure projects and learn to allocate risk effectively. [2 days, 4hrs/day]
Learn how to reduce flood risk and keep existing communities safe taught by experts from the NSW Government, local government and UTS. [3 wks, avg 7 hrs/wk]
Learn how to reduce flood risk and keep communities safe through effective land use management taught by experts from the NSW Government, local government and UTS. [3 wks, avg 7 hrs/wk]
Learn how to reduce flood risk and keep communities safe taught by experts from the NSW Government, local government and UTS. [3 wks, avg 7 hrs/wk]
Transform your understanding of how to protect, assign and commercialise the vital intellectual property on your balance sheet with a course taught by IP experts.