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Once you have a prototype and a clearer vision of the opportunity, you’ll need to create a small organization to discover how to create a repeatable and scalable business model. Designed to provide you with a comprehensive overview of the critical components of a creating a start-up, Entrepreneurship 2: Launching the Start-up, provides practical, real-world knowledge about the lean approach, the minimum viable product, when to pivot, when to quit your day job, the art of the pitch, building and managing a team, allocating equity, and building your external team, advisory board members, professional services, and entrepreneurial strategy. At the end of this course, you’ll be able to create a strategy for launch, including knowing who you need to hire, how to mange them to provide the greatest value, and what legal aspects are involved. You’ll also be prepared for Entrepreneurship 3: Growth Strategies.
- Week 1 - Preparing to Launch: Essential Components
This module was created to give you the information you need to begin to take your validated opportunity, build an MVP, and begin to design a winning pitch. Smart entrepreneurs can avoid wasting time by designing an initial product that only serves the core ne...
- Week 2 - Module 2: Building the Team
This module was designed to give you critical insights into the often-overlooked dynamics of founding team formation, early hires, and allocation of equity. You'll examine the research that shows why the composition of the founding team can be an important ind...
- Week 3 - Module 3
In this module, you'll learn about your external team: the advisors, mentors, and professionals you'll need to give your start-up the best possible chance for success. Many start-ups either ignore or over-invest in professional advisors, accountants, and lawye...
- Week 4 - Module 4: Branding, Strategy, and Summary
In this module, you'll examine a variety of proven strategies to set your venture up for success. You'll learn a proven process for choosing a name for your venture, and explore successful strategies for developing a brand personality. You'll also explore exis...
- Kartik Hosanagar, Professor
- Lori Rosenkopf, Vice Dean and Director, Wharton Undergraduate Division
Simon and Midge Palley Professor of Management
- David Hsu, Richard A. Sapp Professor of Management
The Wharton School
- Laura Huang, Assistant Professor
- Ethan Mollick, Edward B. and Shirley R. Shils Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of Management- Wharton School
- David Bell, Xinmei Zhang and Yongge Dai Professor, Professor of Marketing
- Karl T. Ulrich, Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The Wharton School
Coursera est une entreprise numérique proposant des formation en ligne ouverte à tous fondée par les professeurs d'informatique Andrew Ng et Daphne Koller de l'université Stanford, située à Mountain View, Californie.
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