Innovation is a way of thinking — whether launching a small business or as part of a global corporation. New ideas are cultivated and encouraged as part of our culture. We have the resources, reputation and programs, including Drexel’s Baiada Institute, to provide you with the edge to stand out in the crowd.
Innovation in the Classroom
These courses encourage an open exchange of innovative ideas and experiential insight. From business simulations to building bonafide business ventures, you won’t have to leave the classroom to gain valuable real-world experience to lead as an innovator.
This business simulation focuses on the need to integrate strategic and operational concepts, issues and decisions in moving technological enterprises from start-up to success.
Examine how organizations can create and sustain the capacity for entrepreneurship and better manage the process of innovation. Focus on both the organizational and project levels to explore the many ways that organizations can establish vital structures and processes for fostering entrepreneurship.
Analyze and critique cases by student teams, professors, and visiting business and governmental leaders. Take part in a dynamic, freewheeling exchange with seasoned industry professionals on the practice and theory of leadership.
Draw on your entire business education and practical experience to launch a bona fide new venture. Work in small teams to research a new project or service; prepare marketing, sales and operation plans; and make financial plans for success.
Take a closer look at the role of technology and innovation in building, sustaining and leveraging competitive advantage for firms. Examine how industries are transformed by new technologies. This course challenges you to develop the skills needed to successfully manage innovation.