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    to achieve more economic benefit. In order to know how these entrepreneurs affect the economic growth‚ it is important to examine the relationship between entrepreneurship‚ innovation and economic development and define the role of creativity and problem solving in this relationship. This essay will begin with the definition of entrepreneurship and innovation and then explain their relationship‚ followed by how these two affect economic growth. It will then provide a case to explain the relationship

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    1. What is Entrepreneurship and how does it affect the socitey we live in? Entrepreneurship is the act of being an entrepreneur. It means taking risks and creating a buisness or idea to fallow an opertunity or dream. Entrepreneurship effects the society we live in greatly‚ it is a positive thing because people fallow dreams which makes them happy‚ and their buisness provides citizens with the goods or services they need in their lives. Entreprenuers are creating large and small buisnesses locally

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    Course Name: Advanced Entrepreneurship Course Number: MNGT 4881‚ Advanced Entrepreneurship Semester: Fall‚ 2012/13 Instructors: prof. Dr. Jaka Vadnjal and Makedonka Dimitrova‚ PhD c. Credits: 4 credit hours/ 8 ECTS Contact hours: 60 hours Learning hours: 190 hours Required Text: 1. Barringer‚ Bruce R.‚ and Ireland‚ R. Duane. Entrepreneurship: Successfully Launching New Ventures. Pearson Prentice-Hall‚ 2010 Additional Readings: 1. Farso‚ Richard and Ralph Keyes. Whoever Makes

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    The Discipline of Innovation by Peter F Drucker . Reprint r0208f August 2002 HBR Case Study The Sputtering R&D Machine Martha Craumer r0208a Voices Inspiring Innovation Creativity Under the Gun Teresa M. Amabile‚ Constance N. Hadley‚ and Steven J. Kramer r0208b r0208c The Failure -Tolerant Leader Richard Farson and Ralph Keyes r0208d r0208e Breaking Out of the Innovation Box John D. Wolpert Best of HBR The Discipline of Innovation Peter F Drucker . r0208f

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    Entrepreneurship in South Africa – A Solution by Judian Govender View of entrepreneurship in South Africa South Africa’s national development strategy along with numerous other countries strategies‚ view small business development and enterprise empowerment as an imperative for economic growth.(ACT102‚ 1996). Worldwide there is an acknowledgement that entrepreneurship is an economic workhorse and catalyst.(GORMAN‚ 1997) Entrepreneurship is seen as empowering and is a requisite for emerging countries

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    characteristics and skills of entrepreneurs used in three different context i.e. small‚ social and larger scale business‚ to manage‚ develop and sustain the business. It initiates with highlighting the term entrepreneur and entrepreneurship from different authors followed by theories on entrepreneurship to get a better understanding of traits and characteristics in detail. Then is states the benefits of entrepreneurial traits and characteristics. It will then focus on how small business entrepreneurs use their

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    References: Bridge‚ S.‚ O ’Neill‚ K.‚ and Cromie‚ S. (2004). Understanding enterprise‚ entrepreneurship & small business 2nd Ed Dollinger‚ M. (1999). Entrepreneurship – Strategies and Resources 2nd Ed. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall Grenholm‚ P.‚ Hansen‚ A.‚ Sahlman‚ A.‚ and Volkakis‚ N. (2004). What motivates entrepreneurs and can their motivation be influenced? Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship. Kickul‚ J.‚ and Zaper‚ J. (1998). Untying the knot: do personal and organisational determinants

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    Over the past decade‚ entrepreneurship has emerged as one of the most important forces in business and management study of the world economy (Meyer‚ G et al. 2000). Entrepreneurship has demonstrated that the definition of success is not only due to luck. There is no absolute definition of an “entrepreneur” as it depends on the perspectives and argues of people. Entrepreneurs have multiple characteristics but most numbers of them are common with successful businesspeople. Any individual that starts

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    ‘Critically evaluate the key theoretical developments of the term Entrepreneurship’. Student Name : Jonalee B. Magtoto Student ID : 1009007374 Matriculation No: 20037830 Date: June 13th 2013 Word Count : 2‚091 words Introduction: Entrepreneurship as a lot of meaning but for me it divided into two separate fundamental‚ the first part debate high involve

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    entrepreneurship What is entrepreneurship?  Entrepreneurs – Risk-taking individuals who take actions to pursue opportunities and situations others may fail to recognize or may view as problems or threats.  Entrepreneurship – Strategic thinking and risk-taking behavior that results in the creation of new opportunities for individuals and/or organizations. 2 What is entrepreneurship?  Entrepreneurs are … – Founders of businesses that become large-scale enterprises. – People who introduce a new

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