Futures Entrepreneurship Centre
Away Day
6 September 2013
Aims for the day
• To meet and talk as a group – Ubuntu!
• To discuss the conceptual picture/model for
Futures
Introductions
Southern Cross
Overview of PU strategy
Hilary
The entrepreneurial university
concept?!
The Entrepreneurial University
defined
• Those universities providing opportunities,
practices, cultures and environments
...
9
1. INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT
2. STUDENT ENGAGEMENT
3. INNOVATIVE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL STAFF
4. ENTREPRENEURIAL IMPACT
Ent...
What we need is an
entrepreneurial
society in which innovation and
entrepreneurship are normal,
steady
and continual.
Pete...
Entrepreneurial mindset
Target markets
Start-up
Growth
Low
potential
High
potential
UGPG
Individualism, Group work, Scalability
Business
Growth
Personal
Growth
(Employability and
Entrepreneurial)
Purpose of Futures
• The vision of Plymouth University is “to be the enterprise
university”.
• The vision of PBS is “to gr...
Target markets
Community:
Local, national and
international
Other PU entities
PBS students, staff and alumni
Critical performance areas of Futures
Futures
Building
blocks
Personal
entrepreneurial
development
Entrepreneurship
skills
Business
skills
Innovation Entrepreneurialism Ethics Sustainability Global thinking
Futures 5 pillars
Futures values
• Futures deliver quality and innovative services to the
entrepreneurial environment
• Futures continuously...
Challenge for each person
• It is not business as usual
• Need to re-visit each job and to determine
how it should be twea...
Complex? Yes!
• Drucker: I prefer simplicity (appropriate
treatment of complex challenges) on the other
side of complexity
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  1. 1. Futures Entrepreneurship Centre Away Day 6 September 2013
  2. 2. Aims for the day • To meet and talk as a group – Ubuntu! • To discuss the conceptual picture/model for Futures
  3. 3. Introductions
  4. 4. Southern Cross
  5. 5. Overview of PU strategy Hilary
  6. 6. The entrepreneurial university concept?!
  7. 7. The Entrepreneurial University defined • Those universities providing opportunities, practices, cultures and environments conducive • To actively encouraging and embracing student and graduate entrepreneurship • Where entrepreneurship is part of the fabric of the institution Allan Gibb, 2010
  8. 8. 9 1. INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT 2. STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 3. INNOVATIVE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL STAFF 4. ENTREPRENEURIAL IMPACT Entrepreneurial University of the Year Awards Assessment Criteria
  9. 9. What we need is an entrepreneurial society in which innovation and entrepreneurship are normal, steady and continual. Peter F. Drucker
  10. 10. Entrepreneurial mindset
  11. 11. Target markets Start-up Growth Low potential High potential UGPG Individualism, Group work, Scalability
  12. 12. Business Growth Personal Growth (Employability and Entrepreneurial)
  13. 13. Purpose of Futures • The vision of Plymouth University is “to be the enterprise university”. • The vision of PBS is “to graduating the most engaged, employable and entrepreneurial students in the world and to achieve this we are keen to work with organisations who want to give our students opportunities to learn new skills, get involved and make a difference”. • The purpose of Futures is to provide a creative and social space in which entrepreneurship and social enterprise can flourish and become a force for global organisational, societal, economic and environmental change. Through the above purpose, Futures will contribute to the enhanced reputation of PBS and Plymouth University thereby attracting more potential applications, research funding, and organisational sponsorship.
  14. 14. Target markets Community: Local, national and international Other PU entities PBS students, staff and alumni
  15. 15. Critical performance areas of Futures Futures
  16. 16. Building blocks Personal entrepreneurial development Entrepreneurship skills Business skills
  17. 17. Innovation Entrepreneurialism Ethics Sustainability Global thinking Futures 5 pillars
  18. 18. Futures values • Futures deliver quality and innovative services to the entrepreneurial environment • Futures continuously improve their own services through innovation • Futures members communicate in a transparent manner and always try to keep all interest groups well informed • Futures acts as a team and act for the greater good within the team • Futures is clear about the specific value they provide to clients and will only be involved if value can be added to the client's situation • Futures collaborate with other specialists to exploit opportunities and solve problems on a mutually beneficial and one-stop basis
  19. 19. Challenge for each person • It is not business as usual • Need to re-visit each job and to determine how it should be tweaked to fall within the Futures strategic guidelines • To be finalised by end of September 2013
  20. 20. Complex? Yes! • Drucker: I prefer simplicity (appropriate treatment of complex challenges) on the other side of complexity
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