Zell Lurie Institute Interactive Report Shares Six Critical Skills Entrepreneurs Need to Succeed

Shannon Beeman
September 13, 2011

Since 1999 the Samuel Zell and Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies has led the nation, the state and the University of Michigan in pioneering award-winning entrepreneurial courses and programs. The Institute’s success arises from its identification of and focus on six core entrepreneurial skills — opportunity identification, business design, business assessment, business planning, resourcing the business and managing growth – which it teaches through a matrix of multidisciplinary coursework, action-based, learning, staff and faculty seminars, and alumni networking.

Experience the Interactive Online Report from your computer or iPad to learn more about the methods imparted to Michigan students for developing these skills while earning their degrees. Here is the link: www.zli.bus.umich.edu/2011Report