MBA entrepreneurship basics course

MBA entrepreneurship basics course

MBA entrepreneurship basics course. entrepreneurship today. you see it everywhere. people are buzzing about entrepreneurs and is one of the most popular words in the english language entrepreneurial companies. in fact, if you watch and listen to enough forms of media to get your information, you may believe that just about anyone qualifies as an entrepreneur in some fashion — from lawyers and doctors to artists and teachers. and every type of business seems to qualify — shoe repair shops, accounting offices, home-based cosmetics sellers, and even general electric. however, the term is so overused that most people aren’t quite sure what it stands for. one of the important things to know about entrepreneurship is that it’s a personal journey. entrepreneurship is about people — how you interact with them, make decisions, plan for the future, deal with conflict, and so on. all the decisions involved in starting, growing, and exiting a business affect not only the business and the people associated with it, but also the entrepreneur. how do entrepreneurs find great opportunities? do they have a special talent that others don’t have? not really. they’re simply creative in their thinking. entrepreneurship is a creative process, not a scientific one. it’s chaotic, not linear. in fact, if you’re a highly organized person who wakes up every day knowing exactly how your day will go, your chances of discovering a new opportunity will be very low. on the other hand, if your life is a bit more chaotic — things change every day, and you’re not stuck in any ruts — your chances of being more opportunistic are dramatically higher.

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entrepreneurship overview 00:06
entrepreneurial thinking 01:46
finding an opportunity 04:48
testing a new business idea 12:21
feasibility analysis 17:18
market analysis 18:20
calculate how much money you need to start 22:22
conclusions 24:43

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