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MNE 202-V/101 9 ANNEXURE A: ASSIGNMENTS FOR 2008 ASSIGNMENT 01 SELF-EVALUATION This assignment covers topics 1 and 2 of your study guide. It contains short and long questions. The aim of this assignment is to familiarise you with the content of the work and how to answer short and long questions. QUESTION 1: 1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 Define the following terms: Family business Small business owner Entrepreneur Entrepreneurship Business plan Franchise (2) (3) (2) (2) (3) (3) 1.2 Make use of a diagram to draw a comparison between male and female entrepreneurs in South Africa. (15) QUESTION 2: 2.1 2.2 Briefly discuss the factors to be considered in the physical establishment of a business. Discuss the positive aspects of being involved in a family business. (10) (5) TOTAL: 45 MARKS
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MNE 202-V/101 10 Assignment 02 is different for the first and second semesters . Please answer and hand in the correct assignment according to the semester you are registered in. Please do not submit both assignments. ASSIGNMENT 02 SUBMISSION DATE UNIQUE NUMBER First semester 21 March 2008 595818 Please note that this is a COMPULSORY ASSIGNMENT . It covers all the topics in the study guide. It contains only multiple-choice questions, which you must answer on a mark-reading sheet. REMEMBER TO ENTER THE UNIQUE ASSIGNMENT NUMBER ON THE MARK-READING SHEET. 1. Which of the following are regarded as entrepreneurial success factors ? a Knowledge about competitors b Leadership c Creativity and innovation d High-quality work 1 a b 2 a d 3 b c 4 c d
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MNE 202-V/101 11 2. Entrepreneurial orientation is crucial to the entrepreneurial development of a country and for the survival and growth of firms in that country. What determines entrepreneurial orientation ? a Expertise or aptitude of the individual b Common needs and existing unsolved problems c Personal characteristics, education and work experience d Culture of society and entrepreneurial inclination of family 1 a b 2 c d 3 a c 4 b d 3. Entrepreneurship is not always seen as a legitimate career choice. Many people are pulled or pushed into a career as an entrepreneur. Which of the following are the pull factors to entrepreneurship ? a Independence b Recognition c Unemployment d Achievement e Job insecurity 1 a b c 2 c d e 3 b c d 4 a b d
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MNE 202-V/101 12 4. One of the major differences between male and female entrepreneurs is that _____. 1 men struggle more than women to gain access to finance for their businesses. 2 women tend to start service-related businesses whilst men start manufacturing businesses. 3 women seek support from professional acquaintances. 4 men seek to build strong relationships with service providers. 5-7 Match the stage of the creative process in column A with the key requirement associated with it in column B COLUMN A COLUMN B 5 Awareness 1 Imagination, absorption, independence and psychological freedom 6 Preparation 2 Critical attitude, analytical ability and testing 7 Incubation 3 Recognition of problem and curiosity 4 Openness to experience and analysis of how the task might be approached 5
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