• Entrepreneurship 101: Characteristics often attributed to an Entrepreneur

    $90.00
    In this course, you will explore the four pillars of self-leadership: knowing who you are, knowing what you do, knowing what you need to learn, and using what you know. As written in his book, The DNA of Achievers: 10 Traits of Highly Successful Professionals, Dr. Knowles’ knowledge and experience is unmatched; and he is thrilled to share it all with you in this course.
  • Intrapreneurship

    $90.00
    The entertainment and music industry continues to benefit from intrapreneurs and their innovative ideas. The Knowles Institute wants to give students a firm grasp on intrapreneurship and ways to embrace the process in their organizations with through this inventive course. At the end of this course, you will understand the importance of intrapreneurship, know how to identify intrapreneurs and assess their strengths, how to develop and gain support for ideas, and much more
  • Kickstart Your Business with Crowedsourcing

    $90.00
    Smart entrepreneurs and entertainment industry professionals are doing more with less using crowdsourcing. This course covers all the essentials of the major types of crowdsourcing: microwork, macrowork, crowdvoting, crowdcontests, crowdwisdom, and crowdfunding. Students will learn about each type of crowdsourcing as well as the general crowdsourcing process, the most popular crowdsourcing platforms, and ways to engage the crowd.
  • Writing a Business Plan

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    $90.00
    This comprehensive business plan writing course is ideal for business owners with little to no business plan writing experience, and for business owners looking to grow their business. When participants complete the courseware program, they will have everything they need to write a compelling, complete, business plan that they can confidently use to support their business growth. With our training materials and your guidance, they'll learn everything they need, including how to describe their USP, perform research, examine the marketplace, create a marketing plan, develop financial projections, and present a compelling, living business plan package.