paper deals with the strategies for enhancing entrepreneurial skills in Nigerian youths. It examines the characteristics of entrepreneurs and their need for entrepreneurial education. It also points out the role of tertiary institutions in developingentrepreneurs and also deepening entrepreneurial attributes...
process of economic development has not been encouraging. This has resulted in low rate of most economic indicators. More importantly, Nigeria’s over dependence on oil has contributed much to her economic recession. The situation did not improve significantly until late 1980 when macro-economic variables...
There are three characteristics which distinguish the entrepreneurial venture from the small business, innovation, potential for growth and strategic objectives, explain why the Entrepreneurial venture is distinct from the small business?
A1. A small business has several unique characteristics that differentiate...
continuous process of economic development.
â€¢ An ingredient to economic development.
â€¢ Essentially a creative activity or an innovative function.
â€¢ A risk taking factor which is responsible for an end result.
â€¢ Usually understood with reference to individual business.
â€¢ The name given...
I. WHAT CAN MICROFINANCE DO FOR AFRICA?
When properly harnessed, microfinance offers a variety of benefits to the African people.
Foremost, microfinance initiatives can effectively address material poverty, the physical
deprivation of goods, services, and the income to attain them. When properly...
This report deals with the concept of Social Entrepreneurship and the work that a social
entrepreneur does. The Report is a guide to learn Social Entrepreneurship through Handson
experience. The Report covers my experience in starting a Social Enterprise,
difficulties I encountered...
common definition, it is generally known as business with a social mission. SE strives to make a social change and aim to empower disadvantaged by creating economic opportunities. Some governments have implemented policies and measures to assist the development of SEs. In particular, the United Kingdom...
“The case study of
Athera Biotechnologies AB and
Group 2006 / Section 5
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
MASTER OF SCIENCE in INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS and
Running head: ENTREPERNUERSHIP AT ITS BEST
Entrepreneurship at its Best
Claryn L. Burnett
Dr. Diana Echols. The Business Enterprise-BUS 508
January 23, 2011
Discuss the common elements described in the theories/philosophies of Case, Kouzes, and Drucker including how their principles/strategies...
THE ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT
The emergence and development of entrepreneurship is not a spontaneous one but a dependent phenomenon of economic, social, political, psychological factors often nomenclature as supporting conditions for entrepreneurship development. These conditions may have...
Transaction Government Capacity 6
1.6 Development as Social Transformation 6
PART 2 THEORY APPLICATION
2.1 Perception Theories 7
2.2 Learning Theories 8
2.3 Motivating by Job Design: The JCM model 9
2.4 Leadership : Bank of Madura 10
The paper is a case study analysis of Jurys Inn Hotel and Ryanair Ltd. The research offers a business overview of the companies, their formation and their organizational structure. The analysis examines the management philosophy of innovation and the reasons why the companies have become so...
clear on this point; survival is not compulsory.
Innovation is strongly associated with growth. New business is created by new ideas, by the process of creating competitive advantage in what a firm can offer. Virtually all of the economic growth that has occurred since the 18th century is ultimately attributable...
firms which is a 51 percent rise on the first six months of 2008 established in the UK (BBC, 2010). There is obviously a reason why entrepreneurship is prevalent that researches have shown that entrepreneurship can not only make fortune for entrepreneurs but also motivate the economic development (Hisrich...
AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE MARKETING STRATEGIES IN MICRO AND SMALL ENTERPRISES.A Case Study of Exhibition Hall entrepreneurs in Eldoret Town.
The informal sector has gained recognition especially in third world countries. It has emerged as a source of increased output...
Entrepreneurial activities and behaviors in larger, established organizations have been termed corporate entrepreneurship which could be defined as “the process by which teams within an established company conceive, foster, launch and manage a new business that is distinct from the parent company but leverages...
ICTS AS ENABLERS OF DEVELOPMENT:
A MICROSOFT WHITE PAPER
Information and communications technologies (ICTs) are transforming societies and fueling the
growth of the global economy. Yet despite the broad potential of ICTs, their benefits have not
been spread evenly...
LMC explains Mintzberg's Ten Management Roles
Mintzberg's Ten Management Roles are a complete set of behaviors or roles within a business environment. Each role is different, thus spanning the variety of all identified management behaviors.
Role: A role is a set of specific tasks a person performs...
FLOWS OF EDUCATION SYSTEM TOWARDS
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
IN SRI LANKA
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and not as someone's daughter or wife. Women can be a very caring homemaker, but at the same time she can prove to be a highly skilled Entrepreneur, an efficient employee, an administrator if they choose to be. Realizing that the advancement of women can not be prevented patriarchal society is changing...