Collective Entrepreneurship

mlsmm2261  2023-2024  Mons

Collective Entrepreneurship
5.00 credits
30.0 h
Hermans Julie;
Main themes
The aim is to equip students with useful tools for entrepreneurship developed in teams or with external partners. More specifically, the following topics are addressed:
  • Exploration of collective dynamics within the entrepreneurial project: leadership, motivation and decision-making
  • Exploring collective partnership dynamics: Collaborative business models
  • Exploring citizen collective dynamics: crowdfunding and crowdsourcing
  • Legal tools to regulate collective entrepreneurship
Learning outcomes

At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :

1 Competencies
Given the « competencies referential » linked to the LSM Master in Management and in Business Engineering, this course mainly develops the following competencies:
  • 2.4 Activate and apply the acquired knowledge accordingly to solve a problem.
  • 3.1 Conduct a clear, structured, analytical reasoning by applying, and eventually adapting, scientifically based conceptual frameworks and models, to define and analyze a problem.
  • 3.3 Consider problems using a systemic and holistic approach: recognize the different aspects of the situation and their interactions in a dynamic process.
  • 3.4 Perceptively synthesize the essential elements of a situation, demonstrating a certain conceptual distance, to diagnose and identify pertinent conclusions.
  • 3.5 Produce, through analysis and diagnosis, implementable solutions in context and identify priorities for action.
  • 6.1 Work in a team: join in and collaborate with team members. Be open and take into consideration the different points of view and ways of thinking, manage differences and conflicts constructively, accept diversity.

Learning Outcomes
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to:
  • Implement decision-making mechanisms within his entrepreneurial team, which take into account different points of view and ways of thinking, while respecting differences;
  • Identify and align the motivations of stakeholders within the entrepreneurial project;
  • Explore and develop collaborative business models;
  • Understand the challenges of citizen participation in terms of entrepreneurship;
  • Understand the legal tools that frame the relationships between stakeholders of the entrepreneurial project.
Support de cours
Slides de cours et portfolio de lectures disponibles sur student corner
Références bibliographiques recommandées, lectures conseillées :
Ben-Hafaïedh C., Cooney T. (2017) Research Handbook on Entrepreneurial Teams: Theory and Practice, Edward Elgar
Faculty or entity

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