Student is able to utilize innovation methods while searching forsustainable and profitable solutions for businesses in the Euro-Arctic region as well as all over the world. She/he is able to take into account the possibilities of working in the Euro-Arctic region. She/he is able to collect and apply the information collected from the business environment. Student is able to work as entrepreneur and/or has an entrepreneurial attitude towards future working life.
Students are able to identify basic principles of innovations and the significance of innovations and creativeness in an entrepreneurship. Student is able to explain and analyze the results of business environment and profitability related data. Students are able to analyse personal readiness to become an entrepreneur and are able to identify what personal abilities and professional skills one needs to develop.
Student is able to utilize and can foresee the innovation methods as a possibility for a business. She/he is able to critically evaluate the profitableness of a company and make decisions that are sustainable and financially beneficial. She/he is able to recognize what is useful for the company in the situation at hand. She/he is able to evaluate what is the most important role of the entrepreneur in the given situation.Students have increased entrepreneurial and innovative attitudes and are able to make their own career development decisions
Peter Drucker. Innovation and Entrepreneurship (any edition)
Ries, E. (2011). Lean Startup. How constant innovation creates radically successful businesses.
Materials in the Moodle Learning Environment
Students will search materials appropriate to their business idea.
The study unit is based on the Young entrepreneurship program (NY).
During the study unit the student
Portfolio 70 %
Self- and peer evaluation pass/fail
Active participation to sessions pass/fail
End presentation 30%
Grading scale 0(fail) -5(excellent)
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