Agile for Project Control

University of Maryland/ University System of Maryland

Learn Agile controls that get work done with confidence by using true transparency (actuals not estimates) and continuous improvement to ensure your people, process, and products deliver valuable, working solutions.

Digital Culture/clutter: Life and Death on the Net


This course is a colorful mélange of ideas, debates, inventions and stories of the visionaries and entrepreneurs who've created-- and critiqued -- the digital world – as we know it today.

Driving Speed through Agile Planning

University of Maryland/ University System of Maryland

Learn how to drive speed into any project by selecting and limiting work-in-progress through agile planning and task management.

Engineering Design for a Circular Economy

Delft University of Technology

Discover and develop sustainable design and engineering methods to improve the reuse, repair, remanufacturing, and recycling of products for a circular economy.

Entrepreneurship 3: Growth Strategies

University of Pennsylvania

Skilles you will gain: 1. Strategic Management, 2. Growth Strategies, 3. Marketing, 4. Entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurship for Global Challenges in Emerging Markets

Delft University of Technology

Learn how to start a business and build your network in various cultural and social contexts in emerging economies.

Entrepreneurship Through the Lens of Venture Capital

Stanford University

The course explores how successful startups navigate funding, managing, and scaling their new enterprise. This process is explored through guest lectures and mentorship from experienced venture capital investors and seasoned entrepreneurs who manage these issues on a daily basis in Silicon Valley.

Evidence-Based Management Foundations

Australian National University

Become a better manager by critically evaluating key management theories and concepts that form the foundation of modern management thinking.

How can startups scale up?

Chicago Booth Review

On this episode of The Big Question, Chicago Booth’s Michael D. Alter, Jellyvision CEO Amanda Lannert, and Fieldglass founder and former CEO Jai Shekhawat discuss the challenges small businesses need to overcome to grow into large companies.

Interviews with entrepreneurs

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation/ Khan Academy

Personal lessons and insights from accomplished entrepreneurs are the basis of this interview series.

Introduction to Growing a Global Business (mini MOOC)

Export Council of Australia

This mini MOOC will cover the basics of growing a global business. We will explore why going global can benefit your business, along with some of the important considerations before taking the leap into the international domain.

Sustainable Tourism: Rethinking the future

Wageningen University & Research

Gain the skills and knowledge to rethink current tourism developments and reimagine practices to build alternatives futures.