Leadership and entrepreneurship require creating organizational direction, setting strategy, and developing new ventures. In the increasingly competitive global economy, leaders must develop necessary skills to lead organizational development and change, and to motivate their employees to innovate. The course explores the interpersonal competencies necessary for effective leadership in situations requiring motivation of both individuals and teams. In addition, the course examines how these competencies enhance a positive environment for organizational change and entrepreneurship through case analysis, and concepts such as managerial leadership, individual and team motivation, raising venture capital, global partnerships, innovation venture. Students are required to write new cases and case analyses by applying entrepreneurship theories to actual leadership situations. Prerequisite: core courses.