• Enhancing Operational Performance for Entrepreneurial Companies
    CISB 6211 ENHANCING OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPANIES SPRING 2011 William S. Bartles Mondays COURSE OBJECTIVE: The topic of entrepreneurship is an exciting and important one. For those students of m
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  • Entrepreneurial Leadership
    Entrepreneurial Leadership Amy M Strayer University Abstract Entrepreneurial approach and leadership style were examined for two leading entrepreneurs in both the profit-oriented and social-responsibility oriented approaches to business. This paper focuses on
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  • Shaping an Entrepreneurial Organization
    Many of the successful entrepreneurs that decided to share the secrets of their success testify to one synonymous fact. The entrepreneurial team is the most important component of the firm. Arthur Rock says, “If you can find good people, they can always change the product. Nearly every mistake
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  • Studying Gender Effect on Entrepreneurial Intentions Among Business Graduates
    Studying Gender Effect on Entrepreneurial Intentions among Business Graduates Abstract: In this study we use the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) to detect gender effects in the variables that shape entrepreneurial intentions among business graduates. We conclude that the gender effect on intent
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  • Theory Model Paper
    J. of the Acad. Mark. Sci. (2008) 36:293–308 DOI 10.1007/s11747-007-0080-y First-mover advantage in an Internet-enabled market environment: conceptual framework and propositions Rajan Varadarajan & Manjit S. Yadav & Venkatesh Shankar Received: 19 October 2006 / Accepted: 2 November 2007 / P
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  • From Entrepreneurial Infancy to Organizational Maturity; How Did Ikea Go Through Various Restructuring Phases?
    Introduction to Management and Research Methods EFO249 Group Project – 8.2 II Research Project From entrepreneurial infancy to organizational maturity; How did IKEA go through various restructuring phases? Group 16: Maha Al Azzawi (mai11002@student.mdh
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  • Assignment #1:  Entrepreneurial Leadership
    Assignment #1:  Entrepreneurial Leadership A Company cannot be innovative and competitive without understanding the importance of leadership. There are three main points to identify leadership which are, having people to lead, having certain skills to reach company's objectives, being focused o
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  • Romanian and Swedish Culture Analysis Based on Hofstede Model
    Romania and Sweden are two countries which differ in so many ways that it is sometimes surprising that they are part of the same continent, even if there are a few similarities, also. We tried to make a comparison between these two countries’cultures, even if we know so much about Romanian culture
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  • Entrepreneurial Leadership
    Entrepreneurial Leadership Student name - Professor name - Course title - Date - Analyze and describe the founding leader, leader
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  • The Uppsala Model
    1. Introduction There is an abundance of models and theories which describe and explain internationalization, foreign entry modes and the foreign operations of firms (Elo, 2005). These models can be divided into two different perspectives: behavioural and economic (Elo, 2005, p.65). It is also sugg
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  • The Big Group with Lean Thinking Model
    BIG Idea Group 1. Value BIG Idea group (BIG), created by Michael Collins, came as an answer how to exist in extremely competitive industry. Years of experience in toy industry made Collins realize not only the hardship but also opportunities the industry presented. After many years in the
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  • Angie Bunch Entrepreneurial Profile
    Entrepreneurial Profile: Angie Bunch & Culture Shock On October 12, 2011, I telephone interviewed the founder and former executive director of Culture Shock Dance Troupe and Culture Shock Dance Studios. As a dancer myself, it was a very humbling experience that provided me with dance industry and
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  • Entrepreneurial Leadership
    ------------------------------------------------- Entrepreneurial Leadership ------------------------------------------------- BUS508029VA016-1122-001 Dr. Etido Akpan Lisa Forlow 1/21/12 An entrepreneur is defined as a risk-taking businessperson in the private-enterprise (capitalistic) sy
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  • Business Model
    The Entrepreneur: French word ‘Enerprendre’ means to undertake. Entrepreneur is the word which got associated with persons who starts his own enterprise, i.e. risk for establishing a venture which is one’s own. Quesnay – A rich farmer is an entrepreneur who manages and makes his business
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  • Entrepreneurial Leadership
    Entrepreneurial Leadership Instructor Financial Management December 12, 2010 Abstract This paper answers the following questions about PepsiCo and Coca-Cola.   1. Using the current ratio, discuss what conclusions you can make about each company’s ability to pay current liabilities (de
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  • Analysis of Emirates Airlines Using Hayes and Wheelwright Model
    Table of Contents INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................. 1 THE HAYES AND WHEELWRIGHT MODEL................................................................... 3 ANALYSIS OF EMIRATES AIRLINES USING HAYES AND WH
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  • Seven Characteristics of Highly Effective Entrepreneurial Employees
    Fast growing, entrepreneurial organizations need employees who regularly demonstrate entrepreneurial characteristics and work habits. Management of entrepreneurial companies must work diligently to recognize, identify and attract this type of employee during the recruitment process to assure a stea
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  • Recruitment and Selection the Hofstede Model
    Recruitment and Selection Introduction The trend of business on a global scale appears to be increasing, and with it, the number of persons employed by their organisations in countries other than their own.  It is increasingly common for employees of international companies to
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  • Entrepreneurial Leadership
    An entrepreneur is someone who can be classified as one who takes on the necessary risks involved in the set up and operation of a business. (Boone & Kurtz, 2011). Each entrepreneur has several characteristics in common; vision, high energy level, need to achieve, self-confidence and optimism,
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  • The Entrepreneurial Process
    Entrepreneurship in health Care The Entrepreneurial Process Many successful entrepreneurs tend to follow a process to develop their businesses. This process contains four stages toward achieving their dreams. The processes are identifying an opportunity, developing a business plan, assessing
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