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ENT 505

Small-Business Management

This course takes an interdisciplinary perspective on the challenges of managing in a small-business environment. It is designed for students who plan to join a small or medium-sized enterprise company and want to have an improved understanding of the process by which things get done in small businesses that lack the resources and capabilities of large corporations. Topics include elements of managing high growth rates, family business, outsourcing, internships and leveraging external partnerships, guerilla marketing techniques, cash flow management, bootstrap financing, government programs, and corporate governance in a small business. This course is not available to programs within the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Weekly Contact: Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1

Prerequisites

BSM 200

Antirequisites

None

Co-Requisites

None

Custom Requisites

Restriction: Not available to students in programs within the Ted Rogers School of Management

Entrepreneurship and Strategy

  • ENT 100
    Applied Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 500
    New Venture Startup
  • ENT 501
    Family Business in Canada
  • ENT 505
    Small-Business Management
  • ENT 511
    Funding New Ventures
  • ENT 526
    Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Strategy
  • ENT 527
    Studies in Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 555
    Managing Small and Medium Enterprises
  • ENT 56A/B
    Entrepreneurial Skills Development
  • ENT 570
    Entrepreneurial Self-Development Part I
  • ENT 577
    Entrepreneurial Selling
  • ENT 580
    Entrepreneur Self-Development Part II
  • ENT 601
    Identifying Opportunities
  • ENT 627
    Social Entrepreneurship and Changemaking
  • ENT 633
    Corporate Governance
  • ENT 725
    Management of Innovation
  • ENT 726
    Creating a Business Plan
  • ENT 727
    Applied Research in Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 78A/B
    Advanced Entrepreneurship