Intrapreneurship to grow ideas

19. February 2018


The Joanneum University of Applied Sciences together with leading partners is launching a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Intrapreneurship (entrepreneurial spirit in the company). The course provides input in the form of videos, texts and contributions from speakers from academia (including the renowned California Lutheran University) and business (including Bosch, SAP, AVL, Signavio, and 3M). In collaboration with course participants, it will be possible to develop and evaluate new ideas, 100% online and free of charge, right up to the initial sales pitch. The course is open to interested persons from all disciplines and aims to bring together around 2,000 participants in a novel format.


Intrapreneurship – Make your Business great again

You enjoy working in a company, but you miss the pioneering spirit? Do you have a great business idea, but you do not dare to take the risk alone and leave your current job? Do you see business opportunities at your workplace, but you do not know how to implement your ideas?

Then you might be interested in taking this Massive Open Online Course, a MOOC, completely free of charge. It will provide you with tips and tools how to bring the entrepreneurial spirit to your organization, workplace or your team and boost your business through opportunity identification and exploitation.

Here you can find further information.


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