Corporate Entrepreneurship

Advanced Topics in Strategic Entrepreneurship

Purpose To familiarize students with fundamental theories and concepts, empirical approaches, and current topics of the field of strategic entrepreneurship. Students will be able to better formulate and motivate research questions, contributions, implications, and opportunities for engaged strategizing in the domain of strategic entrepreneurship. Content The course contains three blocks. Each of them will cover classic and state-of-the-art research in a variety of strategic entrepreneurship topics including their foundational theories and empirical models.

Ambidexterity

In the fourth lecture of our Corporate Entrepreneurship course, I talked about the different ways in which organizations can balance exploration and exploitation.

Social Networks, Social Capital, & Intrapreneurship

In the second lecture of our Corporate Entrepreneurship course, I talked about the network of informal relationships among employees and its effect on intrapreneurship.

Entrepreneurship in Established Firms

In the first lecture of our Corporate Entrepreneurship course, Lotte Glaser and I discussed the importance of entrepeneurship in established firms.

Corporate Entrepreneurship (BMSE04)

Social Networks, Social Capital, and Intrapreneurship

I gave a lecture to 62 students of the Master of Science (MSc) in Strategic Entrepreneurship at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University about social networks, social capital, and intrapreneurship

An Introduction to Corporate Entrepreneurship

I gave a lecture on the basics of Corporate Entrepreneurship to 62 students of the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

Corporate Entrepreneurship (BMSE04)

Social Networks, Social Capital, and Intrapreneurship

I gave a lecture on Social Networks, Social Capital, and Intrapreneurship to students of the Master of Science in Strategic Entrepreneurship at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

Corporate Entrepreneurship (BMSE04)

In order to stay competitive, established companies have to keep searching for new ideas and opportunities. Retaining an entrepreneurial spirit is difficult, however, because the routines and processes that allow companies to become successful in the first place make it hard for them to adapt when circumstances change. This paradox is the central theme of the corporate entrepreneurship course that is part of the Master of Science in Strategic Entrepreneurship at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.