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    1 Introduction Business Link, describes Business Plan as a “roadmap for future development” and has an essential role for every enterprises. The document narrates “a business, its objectives, its strategies, the market it is in and its financial forecasts” and it serves several functions
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  • Entrepreneurial Alertness
    Journal of Business Venturing 18 (2003) 105 – 123 A theory of entrepreneurial opportunity identification and development Alexander Ardichvilia,*, Richard Cardozob,1, Sourav Rayc,2 a Department of Human Resource Education, University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign, 345 Education Building
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  • Entrepreneurial Learning: Past Research and Future Challenges
    bs_bs_banner International Journal of Management Reviews, Vol. *, *–* (2013) DOI: 10.1111/ijmr.12007 Entrepreneurial Learning: Past Research and Future Challenges Catherine L. Wang and Harveen Chugh School of Management, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham Hill, Egham TW20 0EX, U
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    Module 1.1 Entrepreneurial Behavior I. Introduction Have you ever wanted to start your own business? This unit will give you the opportunity to consider and reflect on the personal aspects involved in transforming an innovative idea into an entrepreneurial product. You will also lea
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  • Timmons Framework
    Introduction The Timmons Model of Entrepreneurship considers opportunities, teams, and resources as the three critical factors available to an entrepreneur and holds that success depends on the ability of the entrepreneur to balance these critical factors. The entrepreneur searches for...
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  • Entrepreneurial Risk, Investment and Innovation
    Entrepreneurial Risk, Investment and Innovation∗ Andrea Caggese Pompeu Fabra University December 22, 2006 Abstract In this paper I develop a general equilibrium model with risk averse entrepreneurial firms and with public firms. The model predicts that an increase in uncertainty reduces the
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  • Entrepreneurship & Entrepreneurial Development
    1. DEFINITION According to Kuratko (2009), an entrepreneur is someone who recognizes and take hold of opportunities; converting these opportunities into workable/marketable ideas; adding value through time, effort, money or skills; and assuming the risks of competitive marketplace to implement thes
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  • Competitive Advantage and Entrepreneurial Power
    The Emerald Research Register for this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/researchregister The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/1462-6004.htm Competitive advantage and entrepreneurial power The dark side of entrepreneurship
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  • Entrepreneurial
    CHAPTER 2: THE ENTREPRENEURIAL MINDSET IN INDIVIDUALS TRUE/FALSE 1. Entrepreneurs are pessimists who see the cup half empty, rather than half full. ANS: PTS: 1 NAT: AACSB Reflective Thinking | Motivation Concepts KEY: pg 29 2. Good entrepreneurs seek feedback from others. ANS: PTS: 1
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  • Motivate Entrepreneurial Employees
    J Bus Econ DOI 10.1007/s11573-013-0657-5 ORIGINAL PAPER How companies motivate entrepreneurial employees: the case of organizational spin-alongs Patricia Klarner • Theresa Treffers • Arnold Picot Ó Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2013 Abstract This paper investigates how high-profi
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    International SEPT Program University of Leipzig Essay: Entrepreneurship The Bolivian environment for entrepreneurial activity according to the Global Entrepreneur Monitor (GEM) Name of Student: Pablo Andres Barriga Ortiz Email of Student: pabloandresbarriga@hotmail.com Matriculation Number:
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    Journal of Small Business Management 2008 46(1), pp. 99–112 The Evolution and Development of Entrepreneurial Marketing by Gerald E. Hills, Claes M. Hultman, and Morgan P. Miles The purpose of this paper is to discuss the evolution of entrepreneurial marketing (EM). First an...
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  • Entrepreneurial Spirit Among East Asian Chinese
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  • Creative Urban Renewal: Evaluating Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurial Development
    On the Entrepreneurial Principles of the Cultural and Creative Industries Actual insights into Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship Research Giep Hagoort Aukje Thomassen Rene Kooyman (Ed) Key Elements Concepts & Perspectives Urban Development Innovation Education Acknowledgements A lot of peo
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  • Describe What Is Meant by “Management Team” Philosophy and Attitude of Entrepreneurial Ventures That Will Eventually Contribute to Business Venture Growth?
    Many scholars believe that “there is a strong connection between the growth potential of a venture and the quality of its management team”, (Timmons and Spinelli, 2009). Describe what is meant by “management team” philosophy and attitude of entrepreneurial ventures that will eventually contr
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  • Perception of Entrepreneurial Orientation and Emotional Intelligence: A Study on India’s Future Techno-Managers
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