• Abccc
    . Stevenson, H.H, et al. (1985). New Business Ventures and The Entrepreneur. Homewood, IL: Irwin. Timmons, J.A. (1989). The Entrepreneurial Mind. Andover: Brick House. Twaalfhoven, B.W.M. and N. V. Indivers (1993). 'The Role of Dynamic Entrepreneurs' in Dynamic Entrepreneurship in Eastern Europe, D.F...
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  • Venture Capital for the Future
    sense of how one performed in relation to a specific business model, how a concept was applied, and the challenges encountered in this process. As such, it was part of the on-going learning process of a contemplative former business founder looking for new steps in an ‘entrepreneurial’ career...
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  • Study Material
    risk largely focuses on financial factors, with a secondary consideration of self-image and ego. The model allows even the most inexperienced entrepreneurs to characterize their new or existing venture situations and identify appropriate strategies. The value of the entrepreneurial strategy matrix...
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  • Enterpreneurship
    tool to be implemented by managers and organizational leaders as a means of growing a business. The Entrepreneurial Personality Writing in his book The Entrepreneurial Mind, Jeffry Timmons defined entrepreneurship as "the ability to create and build something from practically nothing." His...
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  • New Venture Development
    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 contribute to business venture growth [15 marks] Many scholars...
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  • Women Entrepreneurs from India
    per cent (Patel, 1987) This is much lower than the figures found in western nations. Several studies in Canada and the United States indicate that the problems facing male and female entrepreneurs are different. As Birley (1989) notes, while general models 67 of entrepreneurship (such as the one...
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  • Factors Affecting Orientation and Satisfaction of Women Entrepreneurs in Rural India
    ). Multivariate data analysis. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Hisrich, R. D., & Brush, C. G. (1985). Women and minority entrepreneurs: A comparative analysis. In J. A. Hornaday, E. B. Shils, J. A. Timmons & K. H. Vesper (Eds.), Frontiers of Entrepreneurial Research, (pp. 566Á87). Boston, MA: Babson...
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  • ´Creative Business Entrepreneurship
    , and show two different approaches of business incubators to support the creative business development. These are non-profit incubators with a regional level model, both related to universities. ABC-Obidos is promoted by the town of Obidos and INSerralves is promoted by the Cultural Foundation of...
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  • International Small Business Journal
    . While the sample size limits our ability to include a large range of industry controls in our model, we employ the dummy variable ‘ICT/Life sciences’ as a covariate, to indicate whether the entrepreneurial firm competes in an emergent industry or not. Emergent industries are generally characterized...
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  • Action Business Planning
    procedures to apply for a loan or external investments (Mahdjoubi, 20042). Formal Business Plans Main Model The process of developing Formal Business Plans, as Figure 1 depicts, commonly starts with “product description” and proceeds with a series of sequential stages such as “market study,” “sales...
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  • Identifying Venture Opportunities
    product/service offering or to introduce a novel business model. Prior work experience is not always required when exploring entrepreneurial ideas. Educational background can be extremely valuable and can provide the entrepreneur with skills and learnings that can be applied creatively, as well...
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  • Entrepreneurship
    A. Timmons has defined entrepreneurship as “the ability to create and build something from practically nothing.” Fundamentally, a human creative activity, it is finding personal energy by initiating, building and achieving an enterprise or organization rather than by just watching, analyzing and...
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  • A Review of the Role of Entrepreneurship in Stimulating Economic Growth, Reducing Unemployment and Increasing Level of Income in Low to Middle Income Countries.
    income among countries. As a result of the role of entrepreneurship in any country, most countries emphasises on integrating entrepreneurial activity in its economic policy. A discussion is made on developing economies mainly South Africa, China, Brazil and Russia comparing the entrepreneurial activity...
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  • 6.) Entrepreneurial Integration
    , mental models, and opportunity recognition. Individual 1988 (Katz & Gartner) Entrepreneurial intention and recognition. Individual 1990 (Christensen & Peterson) Along with market & technological knowledge, specific problems & social encounters are often a source of venture ideas. Environment...
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  • Crazy
    survival in entrepreneurship. However, works on entrepreneurship motivational models and theories such as Dubini (1988); Buttner and Moore (1997); Yves et al (2001); (2002); Ogundele and Opeifa (2003) have not been able to separate female entrepreneurial motivating factors from that of male. An...
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  • MBA student
    behavior in Kenya entrepreneurial sector with reference to SMEs. An ethical perspective of entrepreneurship in Kenya is a topic of great interest in the literature of business ethics. A number of authors have proposed a variety of theoretical models in the effort to explain and predict the process by...
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  • Reflecting on self an an entrepreuner
    factors in turn correspond with entrepreneurial traits suggested by Schumpeter, McClelland, Baty and Chet et al. (cited in Morrison, A et al. 1999). Social influences on Klaus Kobjoll Collins & Moore, Kets de Vries, Chel et al., Timmons and Deakin all contributed to the research of social...
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  • Entrepreneur
    World Applied Sciences Journal 10 (Special Issue of Tourism & Hospitality): 54-62, 2010 ISSN 1818-4952 © IDOSI Publications, 2010 Entrepreneurial Characteristics of Small and Medium Hotel Owner-Managers Mastura Jaafar, Siti Aishah Maideen and Siti Zaleha Mohd Sukarno School of Housing, Building...
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  • Investment Banking
    entrepreneurial traits, skill, and motivation to subsequent venture growth. Journal of Applied Psychology, 89: 587-598. Baum, J. R., Locke, E. A., & Smith, K. G. 2001. A multidimensional model of venture growth. Academy of Management Journal, 44: 292-303. Baumgartner, H. J., & Caliendo, M. 2008. Turning...
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  • Nora Sakari
    currently controlled. Entrepreneurship involves the definition, creation and distribution of value and benefits to individuals, groups, organizations and society" (Timmons 1994, p. 7). A flexible business network is "a group of already successful SMEs, which cooperate and collaborate, to resolve a...
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