This note covers the following topics: Developing the Entrepreneurial Mindset, Ideation, Customer Discovery, Business Models for Content and Technology Ventures, Nonprofit Model Development, Freelancing as Entrepreneurship and Consulting as Business Models, Startup Funding, Pitching Ideas, Marketing Your Venture to Audiences, Entrepreneurship Abroad: Cultural and International Perspectives and Challenges.
Author(s): Michelle Ferrier and Elizabeth Mays
This note covers the following topics: Definitions, Nature and Concepts of Management, The Foundation of Entrepreneurship, The Corporate Innovation on Entrepreneurs, Discovering Business Opportunities, Feasibility Analysis and Financing of a Business, Financing the Start Up Enterprise, Business Environment, The Legal Environment.
Author(s): National Open University of Nigeria
The aim of this note is to introduce you to the subject of theories of entrepreneurship. Topics covered includes: The concept of entrepreneurship, Classification of entrepreneurship, Views of entrepreneurship, Major theories of entrepreneurship, theories of entrepreneurship, Contributors to the theory of entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship development in Nigeria, Contributors to entrepreneurship development in Nigeria.
Author(s): National Open University of Nigeria
Objective of this note is to develop and strengthen entrepreneurial quality and motivation in students. Topics covered includes: Entrepreneural Competence , Entrepreneural Environment, Business Plan Preparation, Launching Of Small Business, Management Of Small Business.
Author(s): Mr Prakash
This note explains developmental entrepreneurship via case examples of both successful and failed businesses and generally grapples with deploying and diffusing products and services through entrepreneurial action.
Author(s): Prof. Alex Pentland
This note is intended for students who want to start their own business, further develop an existing business, be a member of a management team in a new enterprise, or better understand the entrepreneur and the entrepreneurial process. Topics covered includes: Analyzing ideas and inspirations, Speed dating for team formation, Market segmentation and primary customer research, Simulation lab on marketing plan, Competitive advantage, Business economics, Sales and distribution, Nuts and bolts of building your financial statements, Product definition, development to delivery, Scaling the business, team section & how to present a business plan.
Author(s): William Aulet, Howard Anderson and Prof. Matt Marx
Objective of this book is to fill this gap by combining several studies from more practice-oriented perspectives. The various chapters presented here follow several approaches which researchers explore in different contexts and link to specific experiences in entrepreneurship. This book intends to contribute to better understanding of the phenomenon of entrepreneurship and innovation, and to show how these business practices can stimulate economic development in various countries and regions worldwide.
Author(s): Mario Franco
This note explains the concept of entrepreneurship development, the theories of entreprship and the relationship between theory and practice. Topics covered includes: Entrepreneurship Management, Entrepreneurship Development, Successful Entrepreneurs, Business Planning, Entrepreneur and the Environment, Incentives and Assistances to Entrepreneur, Project Management, Estimating and Financing of Funds, Incentives and Assistance to Entrepreneur, District Industries Centre and EDP Programme, Training and Development, Problems and Difficulties of Entrepreneur, Women Entrepreneurs.
Author(s): Dr. Sanjay Deshmukh, Dr. Ambuja Salgaonkar and Dr. Dhaneswar Harichandan
This book covers the following topics: Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship, Factors Affecting Entrepreneurship Growth : Economic, Social, Psychological and Political Factors, Entrepreneurship Development, Entrepreneurial Motivation, Method and Procedures to start and expand one’s own Business, Environmental Factors affecting success of a new business; reasons for the failure and visible problems for business, Project Formulation, Selection of Factory Location, Demand analysis and market potential measurement, Working Capital Management, Government Support to Entrepreneurs: Policy Initiatives for Entrepreneurial Growth; Incentives and Subsidies, Institutional Support to Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship Development Programmes.
Author(s): Guru Jambheshwar University
This note covers the following topics: Entrepreneur and Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Project Management, Identification of Business.
Author(s): University Of Calicut
This book explains the following topics: Qualities and Functions of Entrepreneurs, Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Growth, Competing Theories of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Development Programmes in India, Government Policy Towards Ssi’s, Entrepreneurial Behaviours And Motivation, N-achievement and Rural Entrepreneurship, Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneur, Sources Of Financing, Sickness Of Ssi Units And Remidial Assistance, Feasibility Reports and Legal Formalities.
Author(s): Dr. M.C. Garg
This book covers the following topics: An Overview of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Environment, Entrepreneurial Culture, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Motivation and Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Development Process, Institutions for Entrepreneurial Development, Role of SSI sector, Project Identification, Project Formulation Feasibility Study, Project Report, Project Appraisal, Ownership Structures , Intrapreneurship, Dealership , Networking Franchising, Women Entrepreneurship Development, Entrepreneurship Development in rural areas, Entrepreneurship in Agriculture and Entrepreneurship in Service Sector.
Author(s): Prof. P. Natarajan, Pondicherry University
This book covers the following topics: The Spirit of Entrepreneurial Education in Namibia, Entrepreneurship Education for Women in Brazil, Entrepreneurship Education in China, Entrepreneurship Education in Spain, Educating Succeeding Generation Entrepreneurs in Family Businesses, Customer Orientation of Current and Future Entrepreneurs in Research Using Projection Methods, Training New Housing Entrepreneurs and New Perspectives in Entrepreneurship Education.
Author(s): Jose C. Sanchez-Garcia
This book is suited for the Entrepreneurship or Innovation course with an emphasis on Sustainability or for a course devoted entirely to Sustainability. Topics covered includes: Sustainability Innovation in Business, Framing Sustainability Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Innovation Analysis, Energy and Climate, Clean Products and Health, Buildings and Biomaterials.
Author(s): Andrea Larson, University of Virginia
This guide is designed to present a framework for evaluating a business concept and describes the many steps involved in starting a biotechnology company.
Author(s): Peter Kolchinsky
This book presents several articles, following different research approaches to answer those difficult questions. The researchers explore in particular the psychology of entrepreneurship, the role of academia and the macroeconomic impact of entrepreneurship.
Author(s): Thierry Burger Helmchen
In this book, an array of international researchers take a look at the visions and actions of innovative entrepreneurs to be at the source of new ideas and to foster new relationships between different actors to change the existing business models.
Author(s): Thierry Burger-Helmchen
This book covers the following topics: Balancing regulation and entrepreneurialism in Europe’s health sector: theory and practices, Good and bad health sector regulation, Accreditation and the regulation of quality in health services, Regulating entrepreneurial behaviour in hospitals, Entrepreneurial behaviour in pharmaceutical markets and the effects of regulation, Regulating entrepreneurial behaviour in oral health care services.
Author(s): Richard B. Saltman, Reinhard Busse and Elias Mossialos
This book explicitly linked entrepreneurship to the capability for exploiting successfully innovative ideas in a commercially competitive market.
Author(s): Textbook Equity
This course note discusses the basics every manager needs to organize successful technology-driven innovation in both entrepreneurial and established firms.
Author(s): Prof. Fiona Murray
This lecture note addresses the principles of organizational architecture, group behavior and performance, interpersonal influence, leadership and motivation in entrepreneurial settings.
Author(s): Prof. Diane Burton
The study material has been written in lucid and simple language and conscious efforts have been made to explain business environment, different forms and functions of organizations, basic elements of business and mercantile laws and concept of entrepreneurship. This study material has been divided into three main parts–Part A: Business Environment, Part B: Business Laws, and Part C: Entrepreneurship.
Author(s): The Institute Of Company Secretaries Of India
This long-awaited revision of a classic work traces the unique development of business enterprises and other community organizations among black Americans from before the Civil War to the present.
Author(s): John Sibley Bulter