Enterpreneurship 1

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
206EPK1 Z 2 2 hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 29 to 39 hours of self-study English summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

The basic ambition of the program is to support student independent critcal thought which leads to the discovery of one's functional manners and devices which enable them to resolve work-related and personal situations. This begins with the idea that the student has sufficent knowledge and impetus in their work, and in the course we learn to use these to increase our competences.

Mode of study

Instruction is through case studies which students bring from their own practice. They learn how to learn from their own experience and use this for strengthening their completences. During instruction students are placed in situations which allow them to, together, to find appropriate or possible resolutions.

The basic tool of instruction is entreprenurial in focus, that is projects, manner of execution, finance and addressing the market, that is consumers.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

This module is primarily intended for those studenst who wish to start a business, or is interested in entrepreneurialship.

Instruction starts with the assumption that the students are independent, educated people who wish to be successfull in their work and work to develop themselves. Entrepreneurialship is the peak of their preparations and desires to support students in entrepreneurialship and entrepreneurial thinking.

Course contents

Students, in case studies learn to implement their ideas, entreprenurial intentions or project. They have he opportunity to bring to instruction their entreprenurial plans and use their colleagues, instructor and guess for their improvement and constructive feedback. Students, together investigate paths which lead to successful results with and emphasis on using their strong sides and resources. Work on case studies enables a focus instruction on emphasized differences in the thinking of entrepreneurs, managers and employees. This enables students to find their own role which is for each individual appropriate considering their focus, resources and values.

Part of instruction may be gues who represent professional investors. They provide students feedback and with this enable them to improve their entreprenurial intentions and manner of its representation which increases the probability of their success.

Recommended or required reading

ohn Whitmore: Koučování, Rozvoj osobnosti a zvyšování výkonnosti, Praha: Management Press, 2004

Tomáš Sedláček: Ekonomie dobra a zla, Praha: 65.pole, 2009

Michal Čakrt: Typologie osobnosti pro manažery, Praha: Management Press, 2005

Josef Koubek: Řízení pracovního výkonu, Praha: Management Press, 2004

Nassim Nicholas Taleb: Černá labuť, Následky vysoce nepravděpodobných událostí, Praha: Paseka

Pacovský P.: Člověk a čas, Time Management IV. generace, Praha: Grada Publishing, 2007

Parma, Petr: Systemické koučování, Praha: ISK, 2004, 222 s.

Assessment methods and criteria

A necessary requirement is 75% class attendance and submission of a course paper.

Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans