Entrepreneur (Part 10)
In a history class the development of new businesses might be part of the study of
Provide business start-up training and support for graduates who want to start their own
business. E.g. (ILOs SYB and IYB programmes)
Entrepreneur (Part 9)
Programmes must help young people take advantage of market opportunities, based on
their (potential) capabilities and assets as well as their aspirations.
Focus on core competencies and partnership". One programme (organization
Entrepreneur (Part 8)
Governments and international organizations should work to develop policies to integrate
the informal sector into the mainstream economy, raise its productivity and improve
conditions of work.
Governments, (national and local level
Entrepreneur (Part 7)
Appropriately designed control system
Entrepreneurship: Corporate INTRA-preneurs
In order to for this type of forward thinking to reap long-term benefits, top management
must allow it to flourish in the day-to-day operations of the
Entrepreneur (Part 6)
Two reasons not to go into business with your family or friends.
Often, it involves money. So a business environment could potentially breed arguments,
disagreements, and feuds.
Fighting can occur during
Entrepreneur (Part 5)
Venture Capitalists filthy rich, high risk investors looking for a manytimes-over yield
Angels seem to have altruistic motives and less stringent demands than
Domestic or Global?
Drawbacks to Global more resea
Entrepreneur (Part 4)
How much will all this cost me?
Should my company be domestic or global?
Deciding what your motivations are will direct you toward what type of business fits you
Smaller Profit V
Entrepreneur (Part 3)
Serial Entrepreneurs- A person who founds and operates multiple companies
during one career
Key Personal Attributes (cont.)
Need for Achievement
A persons desire either for excellence or to succeed in competitive situations
Entrepreneur (Part 2)
Take responsibility for own actions
Feel competent and capable
Set high goals and enjoy working toward them
Self employed parents
Between 30-50 years old
Entrepreneur (Part 1)
What is an entrepreneur?
Characteristics of an entrepreneur
Planning to be an entrepreneur
Growth pressures, managing a family business, and corporate intrapreneurship
Entrepreneurs V. Intrapreneurs
Entrepreneurs are p
Cedar Nordbye, Art Teacher
I was amazed at the transformation that the Fogelman building staircase
went through. It was pure genius to decorate the stair case based on a culture/
innovative concept. The teacher, who was the director