Business Courses for OMNIKAL Membership Platform

Get 1200 free online courses from the world’s leading universities — Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard, Berkeley, Oxford and more. You can download these audio & video courses (often from iTunes, YouTube, or university web sites) straight to your computer or mp3 player. Over 30,000 hours of free audio & video lectures, await you now.            

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Business Building a Business – Free Online Video – Free Online Audio – Free iTunes Audio
– Oxford University

Course Description: This podcast series records the 3rd annual Begbroke Transfer conference ‘Building a Business: Moving Your Product to the Market’ at Begbroke Science Park, University of Oxford. Begbroke Science Park is home to a broad range of activities within three inter-related themes: Applied and basic science research; High tech spin-off and start-up companies; Knowledge transfer activities.

 

Building a Business: Moving Your Product to the Market – Free Online Audio– Free iTunes Audio
– Oxford University

Course Description: This podcast series records the 3rd annual Begbroke Transfer conference ‘Building a Business: Moving Your Product to the Market’ at Begbroke Science Park, University of Oxford. Begbroke Science Park is home to a broad range of activities within three inter-related themes: Applied and basic science research; High tech spin-off and start-up companies; Knowledge transfer activities.

 

 

Crisis Management: Proseminar in Public Relations – Free iTunes Video
– Samuel Dyer, Missouri State

Course Description: Readings and applications in chosen areas of professional communication practice. You will get a firm background in contemporary PR theory surrounding crisis planning and management.

This course will provide you with the opportunity to create and analyze a sound crisis communication plan, and communicate the necessity for crisis planning and response to a variety of organizational stakeholders.

 

 

Entrepreneurship and Business Planning – Free iTunes Audio– Feed
Mark Juliano, Carnegie Mellon

Course Description: This audio course by Mark Juliano, an active entrepreneur, who has started 10+ companies. The course was developed by Mark Juliano an Adjunct Professor, and parallels a live course at Carnegie Mellon University taught in the MISM masters program. A website exists with PowerPoint lecture notes, handouts, cases, etc. at www.talkshoe.com/professorjuliano.

 

 

Entrepreneurship through the Lens of Venture Capital – Free iTunes Video– Free Online Video
– Multiple staff, Stanford

Course Description: The course explores how successful startups navigate funding,managing, and scaling their new enterprise. This process is exploredthrough guest lectures and mentorship from experienced venture capitalinvestors and seasoned entrepreneurs who manage these issues on adaily basis in Silicon Valley.

Course themes: customer value equation,board management, market strategy, company culture, and hyper growth.This is a student initiated course.

 

 

Global Risk Regulation – Free iTunes Video
– Alberto Alemmano, HEC

Course Description: This unconventional and interdisciplinary course focuses on societies’ efforts to assess and manage health, safety and environmental risks. As will be illustrated along our journey, any model of risk regulation has to come to terms with issues such as: selecting the risks deserving regulatory attention, feeding the best scientific advice into decision-making, deciding in situations of scientific uncertainty, defining the role of non-scientific values, ensuring an open and participative form of decision-making, calculating the costs and benefits of regulation as well as their distributional and equity effects.

 

 

Global Supply Chain Management – Free Online Video– Free Video Download
– N.Viswanadham, IISc Bangalore

Course Description: Professor Viswanadham has made significant contributions to the areas manufacturing, logistics and global supply chain networks. He is the author of four textbooks, nine edited volumes, over two hundred articles in top tier journal and conferences. He is the lead author of widely-used and comprehensive textbook Performance Modelling of Automated Manufacturing Systems published by Prentice Hall, USA, in 1992.

 

 

Futures and Options (Agriculture) – Free Online Video – Free iTunes Video
– Colin Carter, UC Davis

Course Description: This course by Professor Colin Carter of agricultural and resource economics focuses on the institutional structure and economic functions of futures and options markets.

 

 

How to Develop Breakthrough Products and Services – Free iTunes Video
– Eric Von Hippel, MIT

 

How to Launch a Successful Startup Company – Free Online Video + Course Info
– Bill Aulet, MIT

Course Description: Professor Viswanadham has made significant contributions to the areas manufacturing, logistics and global supply chain networks. He is the author of four textbooks, nine edited volumes, over two hundred articles in top tier journal and conferences. He is the lead author of widely-used and comprehensive textbook Performance Modelling of Automated Manufacturing Systems published by Prentice Hall, USA, in 1992.

 

 

How to Start a Startup – Free Online Video
– Sam Altman + Silicon Valley Luminaries, Y Combinator/Stanford

Course Description: You can watch the complete set of 20 lectures, which covers everything you need to start a start-up–from creating a team, to building products users love, to raising money, to creating the right culture and beyond. Altman’s site also features a recommended reading list, plus a set of additional resources. (Bonus: A Georgetown undergrad has created an ebook pulling together the class notes from the course. If you download it, please donate a few bucks so he can pick up some ramen.) The videos for “How to Start a Start-Up“–which will be added to our collection of Free Online Business Courses–can be found on YouTube and iTunes U.

 

Introduction to Business Administration – Free iTunes Video
– Ross Gittell, U. of New Hampshire

Course Description: Introduction to Business Admn 400 WSBE at UNH – The purpose of this course is to introduce students to business and other organizations, the core business and management disciplines and functions, and the economic, social, political, and technological foundations of business.

 

Introduction to Entrepreneurship – Free iTunes Video – Free Online Video
– Holden Thorp & Buck Goldstein, UNC-Chapel Hill

Course Description: Watch full lectures from UNC-Chapel Hill’s Introduction to Entrepreneurship course (ECON 125) from the fall semester of 2012. The course is taught by Chancellor Holden Thorp and University Entrepreneur in Residence Buck Goldstein.

 

Introduction to Consumer Behavior – Free Online Video– Free Online Audio
–Dr. Sangeeta Sahney, IIT Kharagpur

Course Description:Consumer Behaviour by Dr. Sangeeta Sahney, Department of Management, IIT Kharagpur.

 

Introduction to Strategic Management – Free Online Video 
– R. Srinivasan, IISC Bangalore

Course Description: Strategic Management by Prof. R. Srinivasan, Department of Management Studies, IISC Bangalore.

 

Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business – Free Online Video– Free iTunes Video
– Fletcher Ibser, UC Berkeley

Course Description:Statistics 21 – Fall 2009 -Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business – Professor Philip Stark

 

Organizational Behavior – Free Online Video– Free Video Download
– Susmita Mukhopadhyay, IIT Kharagpur

Course Description:Organizational Behaviour by prof. Dr. Susmita Mukhopadhyay, Department of Management, IIT Kharagpur.

 

Principles of Management – Free iTunes Audio
– Nicholas Beutell, Iona College

Course Description:An introduction to the needs and values of formal organizations and individuals, and group dynamics as they relate to decision making in the organization. The objective of the course is to provide insights into the underlying principles and approaches employed in effective organizations.

 

Startups – Lecture Notes
– Peter Thiel, Stanford

Course Description: You can find the lecture notes for 19 classes, which, when originally published on Masters’ site, became pretty popular in the tech community. Links to these lectures will be permanently housed in our collections of Free Online Business Courses and Free Online Computer Science Courses. Other Stanford courses on entrepreneurship can be found here: Start Your Startup with Free Stanford Courses and Lectures.

 

Supply Chain Management & Logistics: An Intro to Principles and Concepts – Free iTunes Video
– Richard Wilding, Cranfield University

Course Description: This course is a collection of enhanced podcasts and videos which provide an introduction to the principles and concepts of logistics and supply chain management. By utilising the material all users will be provided with a foundation of terminology and concepts enabling them to move forward and investigate the topics in more depth. It can be utilised in a number of ways by business professionals, educators and students.

 

The New Entrepreneurs – iTunes
– Open University

Course Description: Whether you’re thinking of starting your own business, looking to improve one you already own, or are simply interested in understanding more about how the business world works, this learning pathway is a storehouse of ideas, techniques and real-life stories to inspire and inform.

 

The Startup Workshop – Free Online Video – Free iTunes Video
– Stanford

Course Description: With over a century and a half of venture capital experience and many more years of practice in entrepreneurship, the teaching team and guest lecturers for this student initiated course cover the fundamentals for building a successful company. While there is no set formula for building a great company, basic principles and general patterns are manifested in the most successful start-ups.

 

Writing for Strategic Communication – Free iTunes Audio
– Karen Morath, La Trobe University

Course Description: Writing for Strategic Communication is part of La Trobe University’s Bachelor of Strategic Communication degree. It is about writing strategically as a specialist vocation but is equally applicable to developing written strategic communication skills to use in organisational life, irrespective of your job role. From tweeting to speechwriting, it provides an overview of various forms of professional writing including writing for traditional media and writing for web and social media. Students are encouraged to explore the concept of ‘great writing’ as a construct for understanding the power of words and developing their own writing skills.

 

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