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Unformatted text preview: 1. In Column B, pick the stakeholders so that there are different product/services, 2. At least one of the product/service is innovative (not something routinely available), 3. You (Entrepreneur) have a product/service to offer, Value to Stakeholder: 0: not valuable at all: 5: highly valuable: -5: (conflict) highly unvaluable. Willingness/Ability to Pay: 0: no willingness or ability to pay; 5 high willingness or ability to pay Groups Responsibility: 1. To ensure that the product/service that stakeholder wants/needs is indeed a product/service (and not advice or action or attempting to solve the problem themselves, but rather looking for something that somebody else and not a stakeholder is providing). 2. To ensure that the product/service matches the profile of stakeholder. 3. To ensure that the entrepreneurs proposed product/service is also indeed a product/service (and not advice or action )...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2010 for the course CMPS 80S taught by Professor Lodha,s during the Spring '10 term at UCSC.
- Spring '10