About this course
Employers see initiative and enterprise as valuable attributes in employees as they often lead to projects (or initiatives and enterprises) that eliminate or decrease costs by:
- reducing time,
- cutting back on other resources, and
- improving performance or productivity.
Understanding the differences between initiative, innovation and enterprise will allow individuals and organisations to better harness these potentials within stakeholders. By embedding support for initiative, innovation, and enterprise can invigorate organisations, provide a platform for intrapreneurs, and be a positive force in cultural change.
Who is this course for?
This course will suit anyone who is looking to demonstrate their skills in initiative, innovation and enterprise.
What you will learn
At the successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
- articulate the differences between initiative, innovation, enterprise, and entrepreneurship.
- analyse the enterprise culture of your personal situation, whether that be personal or professional.
- apply concepts related to initiative, innovation, and enterprise to your personal situation, whether that be personal or professional.