The Mindset of the Entrepreneurial Leader

The Mindset of the Entrepreneurial Leader - Erik Sander;...

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1 1 Erik Sander; EGN6640 Open-Publish Closed-Proprietary Long Term Focus Shorter Term Focus Basic Research Disciplinary Depts. Multi-disc. Programs Edge of the Envelope Risk Management Collaboration Univ. Research Industry Small Tech Comp Organized Anarchy Project Management Focus on Science Focus on $ 2 Erik Sander; EGN6640
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± Very limited to no resources ($, allies, customers, product, employees, management talent, etc.) ± Early stage decisions on risk vs. return–penalty for bad decisions is high ± Decisions NEED to be made–Options are life; No action is death ± Focused, yet flexible–no plan ever plays out and it will almost always cost more than you think ± ± Competitors can also be allies ± Need to motivate others in constant chaos and uncertainty Erik Sander; EGN6640 3 Market Pull Product Development Tech Push Research Valley of Death Market Penetration Investor Interest
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course EGN 6640 taught by Professor Eriksander during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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