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    • Sustainable Entrepreneurship - about the role of entrepreneurship for the professions - Symposium Duurzame stad van de toekomst Science in Practice, 4 juni 2010 Dr. Peter van der Sijde Department of Organization Science Faculty of Social Sciences
    • Duurzaam Ondernemen (1)
      • 'Ik wil eigenlijk werk doen dat maatschappelijk relevant is‘
      • Als betrokken onderneming streeft McDonald’s naar duurzaam ondernemerschap op gebieden als zorg voor het milieu, dierenwelzijn en voedselveiligheid.
      • Securitas is al sinds jaar en dag actief bezig met maatschappelijk verantwoord ondernemen. Ons werk op het gebied van duurzaam ondernemen moet doeltreffend, realistisch en winstgevend zijn. We geven prioriteit aan zaken die dicht bij onze dienstverlening staan, die een zo groot mogelijke impact hebben en die binnen onze macht liggen om er invloed op uit te oefenen. Wij nemen stap voor stap maatregelen om beter om te gaan met milieuproblemen en maatschappelijke kwesties.
      • Duurzaam Ondernemen richt zich op de toekomst: in wat voor samenleving willen wij leven, in welke relatie met elkaar, met mensen in ontwikkelingslanden en met de natuur? En hoe willen we dat toekomstige generaties op ons terug kijken? Wat zijn de grote uitdagingen die om toekomstgericht ondernemerschap vragen? Hoe zullen we die met elkaar, lokaal en regionaal aanpakken?
    • Duurzaam Ondernemen (2)
      • Duurzaam Ondernemen  Duurzame Ontwikkeling  Maatschappelijk Verantwoord Ondernemen
      • Corporate Social Responsibility  Sustainable Development
      • Social Enterprise, Sociaal Ondernemen
      • Grayson and Hodges: Corporate Social Responsibility or Responsible Entrepreneurship
    • Ondernemerschap onderneem
    • The entrepreneurial process Opportunity recognition Preparation & organization Exploitation Network & institutional environment Opportunity recognition Opportunity Preparation & organization Opportunity Exploitation Entrepreneur / Entrepreneurial Team
      • Resources
      • Human resource s
      • Physical resources
      • Organizational resources
      • Financial resources
      • Social resources
      • Market, what market?
      • perceived market?
      • potential market?
      • real market?
      Opportunity recognition Opportunity preparation Opportunity exploitation
    • Fostering entrepreneurship
      • Enterprising individuals
      • Functioning and supporting entrepreneurship infrastructure
      • “ ondernemerschapsprofessionals”
      • Thornthon, 1999
      “ ondernemers”
    • Bewustwordings “structuur” Advies “strucuur” Incubatie infrastructuur Groei/innovatie “structuur” Professionalisering Entrepreneurial process Entrepreneurship industry Opportunity recognition Opportunity preparation Opportunity exploitation Awareness infrastructure Advice/Consultancy infrastructure Incubation infrastructure Growth/ innovation infrastructure Professionalisation Entrepreneurship lobby
    • Entrepreneurship professionals (1)
      • Those individuals and organisations who directly seek to stimulate and support entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship and/ or who contribute to the development of well-functioning infrastructures.
      • Direct or indirect interaction with entrepreneurs
    • Bewustwordings “structuur” Advies “strucuur” Incubatie infrastructuur Groei/innovatie “structuur” Professionalisering Entrepreneurial process Entrepreneurship industry Waar staat u(w organisatie)? Opportunity recognition Opportunity preparation Opportunity exploitation Awareness infrastructure Advice/Consultancy infrastructure Incubation infrastructure Growth/ innovation infrastructure Professionalisation Entrepreneurship lobby
    • Entrepreneurship professionals (2)
      • Policy makers (“overheden” e.a.)
      • Innovation Centers (“Syntens”)
      • Lawyers, administrators (“curatoren”)
      • Bankers
      • Educators / trainers (all levels of education)
      • Chamber of Commerce
      • Sector organisations (branche, werkgever/werknemersorganisaties
      • TTO officers
    • Entrepreneurship professionals (3)
      • Highly educated professionals
      • Not trained in the domain of entrepreneurship
      • Limited awareness of their limitations in the field
      • Ample room for improvements
    • Stelling
      • Duurzaam ondernemerschap heeft behoefte aan professionals, die weten wat (duurzaam) ondernemerschap is, hoe dit ondersteund moet worden.
    • Vraag aan u allen
      • Wat moeten ondernemerschapprofessionals weten over ondernemerschap?
    • What should they know?
      • The nature of entrepreneurship
      • The nature of entrepreneurial process
      • The entrepreneur
      • Entrepreneurial norms and values
      • Structure and composition of entrepreneurial networks
      • Roles and functions in entrepreneurship infrastructure
    • The nature of entrepreneurship
      • De-mystifying myths of entrepreneurship
        • e-ship is seen as business – ownership
        • e-ship is seen as engine for growth and jobs
      • Understand what you want to stimulate and support and why?
      • Stimulating self-employment may reduce entrepreneurship but improve individual well-being
      • Differentiate between micro- and macro-level ambitions and effects
    • Roles and functions in e-ship
      • Awareness of their own role
      • Knowledge and understanding of other roles
      • Knowledge and understanding of links to entrepreneurial process
    • The entrepreneur
      • Entrepreneurial personality
        •  who they are
      • Entrepreneurial cognitions
        •  What/ how they think and feel
      • Entrepreneurial behaviour
        •  what they do?
      • Entrepreneurial motivations
        •  what they want
    • Norms and values
      • Opportunity driven, risk-attitudes, failure attitudes, ambitions, etc
      • Often opposite of norms and values of entrepreneurship professionals
        • Focus on rules and regulations
        • Focus on stability and or growth
      • If not align these at least try to increase awareness of differences
    • networks
      • Focus on networking rather than networks 
        • Structure and compostion of networks
        • Functions in entrepreneurial process
        • Network governance
          • Basic mechanisms
    • Vraag
      • Wat weet u van en over ondernemerschap en waarop is dit gebaseerd?
    • Entrepreneurship education
      • Teaching for, about or in entrepreneurship
      • Teaching business and non-business students
      • Teaching in or outside business schools
      • Focus on raising awareness and creating skills and knowledge  increase the number and success of entrepreneurial ventures
    • So how do we organise this?
      • Teaching approaches
      • Joint or separate programs
      • Teaching methods
      • Location
    • Teaching for, about or in
      • For
        • they don’t have to become entrepreneurs
      • About
        • Understanding mechanisms and frameworks
        • More academic /analytical approaches
      • In
        • Helps build awareness and understanding but only in combination with the above
    • Joint or separate programs
      • Specific target groups:
        • Helps to focus on own role
        • Inefficient as most topics are relevant to all target groups
      • Joint programs with e-ship professionals
        • Helps build understanding of differences across professions
        • Builds networks for infrastructure
      • Joint programs with future entrepreneurs
        • Increases mutual understanding
        • Less appealing to future entrepreneurs – or not?
    • Teaching methods
      • Combination of theory and practice
      • Micro, macro and meso perspectives about eship
      • Empirical approaches to learning about specific topics
        • Recognizing opportunities
        • network analysis and advice
        • Dealing with failure
      • Internships?
      • Advice trajectories?
    • Location
      • Business school:
        • economic and busines perspectives
        • Less knowledgeable in institutional perspective
      • Science faculty
        • innovation, commercialisation and diffusion
        • Less knowledgeable in business, economic, instituional perspectives
      • Social faculty
        • Knowledgeable in economic, business and institutional perspectives
        • Less legitimacy in university infrastructure (not what you expect)
    • Further research
      • Evidence from our own program
      • Search for other cases
    • Educating e-ship professionals
      • Opening up current programs to them might not be the best solution
      • Does not appeal to the target group
      • Does not address the right issues
      • May suffer from lack of legitimacy within disciplines
      •  Need for specific programs!