ERIC Number: ED072750
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Reference Count: 0
Consulting for Black Enterprise...A Challenge to the Business Establishment.
Strang, William A.; And Others
This document presents a description of the Minority Business Consulting Program, a graduate course at the University of Wisconsin Graduate School of Business. The report is presented for various audiences. It is presented as a working document for college instructors and administrators as a possible vehicle for a program in enterprise formation and small business management. The essence of this course was based on the field work of the student and not his in-class activity. The success of this field activity was based on obtaining clients who are willing to open up and share their feelings, burdens and failures with the student consultant. Case studies are presented that give great insight into the area of black capitalism, and some guides to the problems of creating small businesses are presented. See also HE 003 798. (HS)
Descriptors: Black Businesses, Business Administration, Consultants, Course Descriptions, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Internship Programs, Minority Groups
Center for Venture Management, 811 East Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 945, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202 ($4.00)
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Authoring Institution: Center for Venture Management, Milwaukee, WI.