Women’s Entrepreneurial LeadershipOctober 8, 2008
This is the blog for GWU’s Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership class. We will be utilizing this blog for class projects during the Spring Semester in which Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (MGT 191/290) is offered. Individuals following along with this class virtually will also have access and are free to share comments.
Navigate by clicking on the class session summaries to the right. Summary pages have links to all assignments.
Syllabus and Course Grid are below. They are updated frequently.
The WEL Laptop Code:
On my honor – and out of respect for my classmates who will benefit from my full attention, feedback, and my great mind – I promise, that I have a laptop in class ONLY for notes and NOT for surfing the internet, finishing an assignment, or defragging my hard drive. I recognize that we have a special culture in this class, and that I will work to preserve this culture by creating a sense of trust achieved only though my attention, interest, and dedication of mental real estate.
Who takes the class? Business and non business majors, undergraduate and graduate, from the George Washington University as well as other universities in our learning consortium. Entrepreneurs are sought out as speakers and mentors for the class. In interested, please email the instructor or join the Facebook group (link at bottom)
When: Spring Semester 2009, Thursdays, 11.10 to 1.
Why: GW’s WEL class is the recipient of a National Excellence in Entrepreneurship Education award which led to a ranking of the GWSB entrepreneurship program in Fortune Small Business.
Who: The class will be taught by Kathy Korman Frey, adjunct professor, a co-developer of the WEL class, and founder of the Hot Mommas Project research initiative.
Enjoy the company of future leaders, and the opportunity to discover and map out personal leadership options for the future. BUSINESS MAJORS AND NON BUSINESS MAJORS WELCOME
If interested in learning more:
Join the Facebook group for updates and resources
Class press and links:
CEO of ME Inc – Washington Post Magazine Article
http://www.welgwu.wordpress.com – class blog
Hot Mommas Project cases will be used in the class. Students and members of this group will also participate in exclusive Hot Mommas Project curriculum previews and beta tests. Click here for more on the Hot Mommas Project: www.HotMommasProject.org