This thesis aims to generate a number of hypothesis regarding the facilitation of creativity in entrepreneurial ventures, in an exploratory case study.
The thesis looks at Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship (CSE) and the various companies working out of the particular incubator. By the use of the Input-Proces- Output methodology; and the application of limited, explorative measures, the thesis examines the creative individual, the creative team and the interplay between them and CSE as an incubator.
The main hypothesis generated in this thesis is, that CSE seems to focus primarily on individuals prone to a more problem-solving method of thinking and exploring and fails to fully utilize the tools at its disposal.
In addition to suggestions regarding future research, the thesis also posits three concrete suggestions for improving the conditions of creative thinking at CSE.
|Educations||, (Graduate Programme) Final Thesis|
|Number of pages||97|