Courses Taught

Biomedical Entrepreneurship and Innovation Practicum – Fall 2011
Biomedical Entrepreneurship Thought Leader Workshop – Fall 2011
BIOMEDSHIP is a partnership between the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, the Krannert School of Management, and the Indiana University School of Medicine designed to train graduate students to be entrepreneurs and innovators in the medical device industry. There are two companion courses about entrepreneurship in the medical device space.


Competitive Strategy for Market Entry (for undergraduates and MBAs)
This advanced course studies how entrepreneurs and general managers might create value through the development and implementation of competitive strategies around market entry.


Life Science Entrepreneurship
This course targets graduate students from schools of agriculture, management, science, engineering,health and human sciences, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine, with the intent of positioning these students to be entrepreneurs in life science start-­‐ups or with established life science companies.


Ph.D. Seminar on Entrepreneurship – Fall 2012
This seminar considers entrepreneurship and the factors determining entry, exit, and venture performance.


Ph.D. Seminar on Strategic Management Process – Fall 2011
This seminar considers how organizational processes affect firm decision-making. Increasingly, organizational processes are viewed as a key driver to the routines and capability development that lead to firm competitive advantage.