Raghu B. Garud
Professor, Farrell Chair in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Emergence of novelty
Ph D, Strategic Management and Organization, University of Minnesota, 1989
MGMT 596 – Individual Studies (Variable)
Creative projects, including nonthesis research, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.
ENTR 820 – CORP INNV STRATGS (3)
This course is designed to survey and explore the methods used to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in a corporate setting. Emphasis will be placed on the methods used in organizations to foster creativity, innovation, and new venture creation. This course covers both tactical and strategic approaches to innovation and entrepreneurship, and examines these in multiple contexts, including technology, business process, product, and strategy. Furthermore, the course will expand on widely accepted frameworks and perspectives for managing innovation, such as agile product development, and the lean startup approach. Students will also delve into the more abstract notion of how to create and enable an organizational culture of innovation, manage conflict, and negotiate agreements effectively. Lastly, a final objective of the class is to ensure students understand how to protect and manage intellectual property.
MGMT 453 – Creativity and Innov (3)
Analysis of the process of innovation in organzations and of how creativity and other variables influence the process. MGMT 453 Creativity and Innovation (3) Creativity and Innovation analyzes the process of innovation in modern business organizations and the variables that influence the process. The relationship between creativity and innovation is investigated and individual, organizational and environmental influences on both the creative and innovation processes are examined. Special attention is given to organizational architectures that are conducive to innovation. A major objective of the course is to help students develop the competencies necessary for managing innovative organizations.
MGMT 538 – Sem in Org Thry (3)
Current theoretical and research issues applicable to the study of design and management of complex organizations.
MGMT 551 – Grwth Innov Strtgy (2)
Identify opportunities for growth and profitability through technological and organizational innovations and market independently or with strategic partners.
MGMT 601 – PH.D. DISSERTATION FULL-TIME (12)
ENTR 500 – Innovation and Entrepreneurship (1.9)
Practical and theortical insights into analyzing a new business opportunity that you have created.
ENGR 426 – Invention Commercialization (3)
Working with Penn State inventions selected by the Intellectual Property Office, student teams define an optimum commercialization path each technology.
MGMT 301H – Basic Management Concepts (3)
Study of fundamental principles and processes available to the understanding of management. Not available to students who have taken B A 304.
B A 304H – Management and Organization (2)
Junior Core Business Management - Honors Section.
ENTR 597A – Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (2)
Formal courses given on a topical or special interest subject which may be offered infrequently; several different topics may be taught in one year or semester.
MGMT 590 – Colloquium (variable)
Continuing seminars which consist of a series of individual lectures by faculty, students, or outside speakers.
MGMT 496 – Independent Studies (variable)
Creative projects, including research and design, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.
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