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The Super Hunch Sketch Pad Applied Entrepreneurship 2014C This work is licensed as part of the DIY Innovation Toolkit under creative commons: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ca/ Who are you? Do you have any core competencies ? What are you offering? Why do they care? Who are you offering it to? Impact Feasibility Directions Right click on the chart Select “Edit Data” In the excel worksheet that appears, enter the values for each potential stakeholder Be sure to delete the values currently in the cells
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Students must answer the following questions on the Super Hunch Sketch Pad. Optional : To help communicate their idea more clearly, students should also provide a bit more detailed explanation for each of these questions here. The answer to each question here is limited to 100 words. What are you offering? (maximum 100 words) Who are you offering it to? (maximum 100 words) Why do they care? (maximum 100 words) Who are you? (maximum 100 words) Do you have any core competencies? (maximum 100 words)
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Instructions : For each potential stakeholder, present your idea/hunch. It is suggested that you use the Hunch Sketch Pad when doing this. Ask each potential stakeholder to rate the feasibility and impact of your idea/hunch on a scale of 1-10 (see below). Ask the potential stakeholder for any additional feedback/comments and make note of them. After obtaining the feedback, record their response by completing the following form for each potential stakeholder and plotting the feasibility & impact on the Hunch Sketch Pad.
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