System Entrepreneurship Fundamentals

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How to connect unlike allies and build networks
How to facilitates a society to change an entire ecosystem
Undertanding about System Entrepreneurship
How the System Entrepreneur work
Learn the differences between various types of Ent.
Focus on build momentum by creating and capturing the energy of key people

Requirements

  • No requirement

Description

In this course you will learn about System Entrepreneurship and how it works. Why society needs more system entrepreneurship for sustainable and progressive society and the world.

About the instructor:

Bert-Ola Bergstrand is a system – entrepreneur and global action facilitator. He is an initiator, founder and co-founder of a number of international platforms and networks in the field of “crowd-impact economy”. For example: Social Capital Forum, Living Bridges Planet, Impact Journey, SoCap Network, Social Entrepreneurs Club, Katapult Future Fest and Nordic Impact Week. All of them are focusing on amplifying the human potential through crowds and thereby solving global challenges.

Who this course is for:

  • Students, startups, entrepreneurs

Course content

2 sections22 lectures43m total length
  • Introduction To System Entrepreneurship
    01:09
  • What is System Entrepreneurship?
    03:54
  • What Will We Learn in System Entrepreneurship?
    01:30

Instructor

Non-Governmental Organization Community Organization
Rehan Training
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  • 14 Courses

Rehan Foundation was formed to help and assist organisations to adopt better systems, and software’s for better effectiveness of their work. Rehan Inc over the years has created many processes, software, and systems that we belive have helped us be more productive and more practical in solving the problems we faced, and Rehan Foundation is here to help other organizations implement similar systems, and processes, to become more productive and effective. We did not want to start a new School, Hospital or Ngo to do these, but want to make exisiting NGO’s and foundations more functional, and more efficient.