2 edition of Entrepreneurship Cases found in the catalog.
July 30, 2006
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Top 15 Business Books Recommended by Today’s Top Entrepreneurs. 1. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. 2. The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. 3. How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. 4. The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss. 5. The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber. 6. Case Studies in Global Entrepreneurship: Is a user-friendly, easy-to-read compilation of global cases that explain the principles that come from entrepreneurship, international business, cross-cultural management, strategy, exporting, international education, international economics and environmental concerns, and leadership.
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Cases in Entrepreneurship: The Venture Creation Process is the first book to be based upon a cognitive framework of entrepreneurship. These cases are compatible with courses in Entrepreneurship, and New Venture Management at the undergraduate and MBA level Entrepreneurship Cases book schools of business.
Cases in Entrepreneurship: The Venture Creation Process (The Ivey Casebook Series) 1st Edition by Eric A. Morse (Author), Ronald K. Mitchell (Author)Cited by: Finally, we have the cash out by the entrepreneur in the form of an exit.
The entrepreneur is then free to diversify their cash and reinvest it into his various startups to then repeat the process.1/5(1). Case Studies Book on Entrepreneurship and Innovation & Business creation and management (English and Spanish) Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial education are considered two important and determinative issues in the advancement of societies.
The Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management LibGuide contains information about the Unisa Llibrary's resources (books, databases, multimedia, etc) and online resources that are relevant to these subject disciplines and include relevant user : Leanne Brown.
Entrepreneurship and the Future 4 What Is Entrepreneurship. 7 Where Is Entrepreneurship. 12 Who Is the New Entrepreneur. 14 Diemsions of Entrepreneurship 16 Paradoxes of Entrepreneurship 25 Organization of this Book 26 A Final Word 27 Summary 28 Discussion Questions 28 Key Terms 29 Exercises 29 Discussion Case 21 rows Business Case Studies, Entrepreneurship Case Study, MBA Case Studies.
Share. Entrepreneurship case studies by LearningEdge include narratives that facilitate class discussions. Learn about this free resource from MIT Sloan. Employee/HR, Entrepreneurship, Ethics & Religion.
AgBiome co-founders, Scott Uknes and Eric Ward, were admirers of self-managed organizations and commitment culture, approaches to organizational structure and process that encouraged openness and collaboration.
The tales of the Junoon section are the stories of people driven by their passion and dreams. The last section, Zubaan, reveals the entrepreneurship skills of highly creative minds.
This book gives us the "case studies" of 20 entrepreneurs from all walks of life. Cases in Entrepreneurship is the first book to be based upon a cognitive framework of entrepreneurship.
This casebook has been organized based on the following concepts: Searching for ideas; - Screening those ideas for business opportunity;4/5(1).
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Entrepreneurship Creativity and Innovative Business Models. 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.
The Simply Green case in this textbook is focused on a sustainability entrepreneur serving a local market. Chapter 13 "Case: Strategic Mission–Driven Sustainable Business: Stonyfield Yogurt" tells the story of Gary Hirshberg, the highly successful Stonyfield Yogurt entrepreneur competing in a global market with a sustainability mission.
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Business cases 2e is a case study book which is complementary to the Introduction to Business Management product suite. It is written for first-year Business Management students.
Entrepreneurship: MXit Establishing a business: Kiph The business environment. This book emphasizes adopting the right mindset to build processes that will allow an entrepreneur to run their business, rather than work in it. It’s an easy read, and largely focuses on a hypothetical business case study.
Keep in mind that this was written before the Internet was really a thing, but the principles still apply. The 4-Hour. This book named "Entrepreneurship" gives many insights about what entrepreneurship is all about and who an entrepreneur is.
As said in this book entrepreneurs are 3/5(5). Journals that regularly publish case studies that focus on entrepreneurship, broadly defined Case research journals: • Asian Case Research Journal, indexed by EBSCO Business Source Premier, full texts available with a month publisher delay.
• Case Research Journal, cases searchable or browsable at the website without full texts Size: KB. The best entrepreneur books are extremely popular for self-education. Working a traditional 9 to 5 job is not as common as it once was. Millions of people are carving out their own path and making money on their own terms.
Becoming an entrepreneur takes massive amounts of determination. Entrepreneurship is the process of building business opportunity with proper investment and strategy to develop the business where Startups are newly formed entrepreneurial ventures. Entrepreneurship Case Studies and Case Study on Startups deals with challenges and opportunities related to Entrepreneurship and Startups activities.The crucial link between theory and practice In The Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship Case Studies you'll meetpeople who have used the business theories and practices presentedin The Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship to start and run their ownentrepreneurial ventures/5(6).From Startup to Success: An Entrepreneurial Case Study Katherine D.
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