Darryl Lesiuk

Associate Lecturer, Department of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Management


Associate Lecturer, Department of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Management


SMO 430 - Introduction to Small Business Management

Focus is specifically on issues related to the establishment of small business enterprises and particular issues related to managing them. This course employs the knowledge already acquired in the Undergraduate Program disciplines (OA, Marketing, Finance, Accounting, etc.) and applies it to case analysis and to the study of existing small businesses in Alberta. Students should be prepared to visit small business sites and to prepare case analyses of their management systems. Prerequisites: SMO 201, 301 or 310. Open to third- and fourth-year students.

Fall Term 2020 Winter Term 2021
SMO 631 - New Venture Creation and Organization

This course concentrates on the development of a new enterprise and the management of an existing small business. Casework and projects enable students to assess the opportunities, risks, and capabilities necessary for entrepreneurial success. The course emphasizes managerial and strategic problems during the early years of business formation and growth, including business planning. The course emphasizes the interface between theory and practice.

Winter Term 2021

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