About the class
In this session, we learn about the importance of an entrepreneurial management approach to survive and succeed in times of disruption.
Entrepreneurs and organizations need the ability to experiment rapidly to test out new products and business models by engaging a broad range of stakeholders while releasing value that solves true customer problems.
In modern organizations, employees are given the freedom and responsibility to act and behave as it's their money and their company. We will discuss relevant concepts and a few cases to showcase entrepreneurial management in action.
Professor Henrik Totterman
“My experience includes over 20 years as an international leader, creating and transforming organizations as an entrepreneur and employed executive. I am seasoned in building teams and designing, refining, and implementing global strategies in highly competitive and regulated regional settings.
As a serial entrepreneur, my experience spans across the fields of environmental services and business advising, with executive experience from the family businesses in industrial trading and manufacturing. I worked previously for 8 years as Dean of Hult International Business School, helping the school expand globally, merge with Ashridge Business School, and achieve triple-accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA). Nowadays, I work with clients as the President of LEADX3M LLC. I am also a Professor of Practice in entrepreneurship and management at Hult, and on the teaching faculty at Harvard University Division of Continued Education.”