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Entrepreneurship Teaching Essentials

Thursday January 24 • 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

Fee: $50


Presenters:  

Doan Winkel

Elissa Grossman

Birton Cowden


This 1/2 day session will focus on teaching attendees how to teach particular topics. There will be a strong focus on how it ties back to an overall Teaching Essentials Framework, so we maintain a consistency throughout the day. The Teaching Essentials Framework is essentially a skeleton of a course, and each session serves as one section of the course.

 

Attendees will leave with a complete course skeleton, with topics, tools, and assessment capability. Attendees will also leave with access to all materials & tools via an online portal


ICSB Certificate on Global Social Entrepreneurship

Thursday, January 24 • 8:00 am - 12:00 pm


Fee: $950


Facilitator

Tony Mendes, PhD – University of Missouri-Kansas City, Regnier Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

Presenters

Tony Mendes, PhD – University of Missouri-Kansas City

Donna Kelley, PhD – Babson College

Luca Iandoli, PhD – St. John University, College of Professional Studies

Winslow Sargeant, PhD – Former Chief Counsel for the US Small Business Administration

 

Description

ICSB Global in partnership with its worldwide affiliates and chapters is proud to offer educators, researchers, entrepreneurs, students, government officials, and small business owners the opportunity to advance their entrepreneurial knowledge and skills through our new innovative ICSB Global Social Entrepreneurship Certificate (ICSB Global SE).


The ICSB Global Social Entrepreneurship Program now offers a unique in-person and online educational hybrid instruction model where participants can join in-person at different ICSB dedicated events. Alternatively, participants can take all the modules online. Finally, participants can join in-person some session and then complete the remainder online. Please view a sample of an online segment: (click here for sample segment).


Each ICSB Global SE certificate requires you complete three (3) mandatory modules followed by two (2) elective modules from the many provided. The ICSB Global SE certificate offers an invaluable experience of being able to interact with participants from across the globe and from a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and knowledge. ICSB brings over 60 years of knowledge to this certificate program.

 

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Engage, Challenge, Inspire, Transform: The Power of Simulation Learning

Thursday, January 24 • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

 

Fee: $50


Facilitator

Ernest R. Cadotte, PhD – Fisher Professor of Innovative Learning, Haslam College of Business, University of Tennessee

 

Presenters

Ernest R. Cadotte, PhD – University of Tennessee – Marketplace Simulations

Peter Cortle – Startup Tree

Peter Harrington – SimVenture

Tim Sams – Interpretive Simulations

Anton Yakushin – VentureBlocks


Description

Many faculty do not know what simulations are or how they can be used to enhance a student’s entrepreneurial skills.  In this workshop, USASBE members will learn about the power of simulation learning through hands-on experience with several entrepreneurship simulations. First, a taxonomy of simulation types and their distinctive characteristics will be presented. Second, several simulation providers will briefly introduce their simulation(s). Third, in a kind of speed dating fashion, participants will be able to visit with each vendor, get first-hand experience with the play of its simulation(s), and ask questions regarding pedagogy, learning goals, support, price, etc. Fourth, participants can pick one or two simulations for a deep dive, spending as much as 90 minutes exploring and playing like a student. Last, participants will discuss the overall benefits and challenges of using simulations in the classroom and how to improve that experience for both students and faculty.


Entrepreneurial Mindset Profile (EMP®) Certification Workshop

Thursday January 24 • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Fee: $300


Facilitator  

Debra Conrad Eckerd College


Presenter

Joe Carella Eckerd College

 

Overview

The Entrepreneurial Mindset Profile (EMP®) is a cutting-edge assessment based on extensive research into the traits, motivations and skills of entrepreneurs.  The feedback report compares an individual’s (or group‘s) scores on 14 scales to exclusive normative data from entrepreneurs and corporate managers.


Highlights

The Certification Workshop gives educators a thorough understanding of the EMP’s development, interpretation, and application so that they can help their students understand the concept of entrepreneurial mindset as well as their own unique profiles.  


Format  

A half-day workshop plus a 30-minute follow-up call within a month of the conference


ICSB Certificate on Innovation and Creativity

Thursday, January 24 • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Fee: $950


Facilitator

Jeff Hornsby, PhD – University of Missouri-Kansas City, Global Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

Presenters

Katia Passerni, PhD – St. John University, College of Professional Studies

Luca Iandoli, PhD – St. John University, College of Professional Studies

Ayman El Tarabishy, PhD – The George Washington University, School of Business

Jean Francoise – HEC Montreal

Paul Swiercz, PhD The George Washington University, School of Business

 

Description

ICSB is proud to announce a new global initiative to fulfill our mission of continuing management education with the goal to promote entrepreneurship. Our program is called ICSB Global and it constitutes of state-of- the-art certificate programs. We are proud to announce the launch of the ICSB Global Certificate Program on Creativity and Innovation.

 

Years ago, creativity and innovation were mainly associated with art, entertainment or recreation, and only in very particular cases, it was related to the world

of organizations. However, this has changed. Currently, innovation and in particular, creativity, is considered fundamental in different areas. This can be seen in a report about the future of work published by the World Economic Forum in 2016, where creativity is among the three most important skills required for 2020. This presents a serious demand that organizations have to be innovative for their own competitiveness in a global context. Furthermore, they have to create new products and services to stay relevant. Innovation is decisive with respect to the levels of competitiveness in companies, sectors and also in the economy of the countries. In today's business, executives and organizations must carry forward a professional innovation management in their particular context. In other words, each organization or entrepreneur must model their businesses in a unique combination that allows them to detect opportunities for innovation and successful execution capabilities.

 

Each ICSB Global certificate requires you complete three (3) mandatory modules followed by two (2) elective modules from the many provided.  The ICSB Global certificate offers an invaluable experience of being able to interact with participants from across the globe and from a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and knowledge. ICSB brings over 60 years of knowledge to this certificate program.

 

Further Details


Moving out of the Comfort Zone

Thursday January 24 • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

 

Fee: $50


Presenter

Gerry Loveless University of Scranton


Description

In my Creativity in Entrepreneurship Course, I constantly challenge my students to go outside their comfort zone. There are many males in my classes. I do many experiential exercises in my class. I used teaching swing and salsa dancing as a process to push them out of that comfort zone. Males are especially uncomfortable learning to dance. I had them bring a partner to class without knowing what the in class exercise involved. After the initial shock and everyone doing it, they learned how to move out of their comfort zone to find new solutions to business solutions.


Publish Don't Perish: Learn Methods That Will Increase the Quantity and Quality of Your Publications

Thursday, January 24 • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

 

Fee: $50


Presenter

Robert N. Lussier, PhD Springfield College


Topics

  1. Foundations for Publishing (a winning attitude, persistence, rejection)

  2. Selecting Topics and Publication Sources (requirements, niche, journals)

  3. Matching Publication Sources (reviewers, referencing, formatting)

  4. Time Management (finding the time and being productive)

  5. Multiplying Publications (coauthors, progression, data mining)

  6. Empirical Research (So what—What to include)


After the presentation of each topic, time will be allowed for Q+A and discussion.


Bio: Author of 444+ publications including ET&P, JSBM, FBR. Over one million people globally have used his management textbooks. He has helped people in 80 countries get published.


Teacher Games- A Maker Based Approach to Entrepreneurial Teaching. Develop Your Teaching Skills From a Practical and Research Based Perspective.

Thursday, January 24 • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

 

Fee: $50


Facilitator

Jacob Thomsen – University College Lillebelt


Presenters

Jacob Thomsen – University College Lillebelt

Birgitte Wraae – University College Lillebelt


Description

Teachers Games are a FabLab Maker set of didactic tools and workshop that put the Babson methodology into a new perspective. This workshop is therefore for educators interested in trying out entrepreneurial exercises intended for students while developing their own learning and teaching. The workshop is organised and facilitated from a teacher to teacher perspective providing room for meta reflection and individual learning. We discuss how to put it into use in your own teaching. You will leave this workshop with new ideas to integrate into your own course no matter what you teach.



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