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  1. 1. Entrepreneurship, the Road from Ideas to Opportunities andBusiness Success Marius Ghenea Bucuresti, 09 Oct 2012
  2. 2. The Entrepreneurial Definition
  3. 3. The Entrepreneurial Definitions An entrepreneur is an intermediary between capital and labor (original French definition by Richard Catillon) An entrepreneur is someone who organizes a business venture and assumes the risk for it An entrepreneur is a person who has possession of a new enterprise, venture or idea, and assumes significant accountability for the inherent risks An entrepreneur is any person who looks at a problem and sees it as an oportunity, and then acts on it! An entrepreneur is a person who is willing and able to convert a new idea or invention into a successful business In fact, the entrepreneur goes way beyond simple definitions...
  4. 4. Types ofEntrepreneurship Social Entrepreneurship Political Entrepreneurship Knowledge EntrepreneurshipIntrapreneurship Cultural Entrepreneurship 
  5. 5. Entrepreneurs: born, or made?  Entrepreneurs are made!  Most of the attributes can be taught and must be learned  Even the more innate skills can be improved in practice  Entrepreneurs develop and perfect in time (the 10K hour rule applies)
  6. 6. Waves, cycles, entrepreneurs
  7. 7. Kondratieff cycles & entrepreneurs 1. Industrial Revolution - 1770 2. The Age of Railways - 1820 3. The Age of Steel and Electricity - 1870 4. The Age of the Automobile - 1920 5. The Age of IT - 1970 6. The next Age: the post-information age? The Google Age? Or the Facebook Age? 2020?
  8. 8. From Entrepreneurship to Corporations and Back
  9. 9. The Role of the Team
  10. 10. The Role of the TeamThe VisionaryThe Sales GuyThe Finance ExpertThe Marketing GuruThe Operations SpecialistThe Tech GeekThe People’s Person
  11. 11. The Role of the Idea
  12. 12. A few ideas on the IDEA• How much is it really worth?• Does it have to be unique?• What happens if we tell it?
  13. 13. Structured ways to generate ideas
  14. 14. Methods of Generating Ideas  Focus groups  Brainstorming  Brainwriting  Reverse Brainstorming!  Problem Inventory Analysis  Gordon Method  Checklist Method  Free Association  Forced Relationships  Collective Notebook Method  Attribute Listing  Big Dream Approach  Parameter Analysis
  15. 15. From Idea to Opportunity: TrendsWeb trendHealth trendGreen trendClean energy trendSocial trendCSRCrowdsourcingEtc.
  16. 16. Sources of IdeasConsumersConsumersConsumersExisting products/servicesDistribution channelsGovernmentR&D, inventions
  17. 17. Opportunity Recognition1. Education2. Experience: personal and work experience3. Networking information4. Gut-feeling
  18. 18. Education...
  19. 19. Experience...
  20. 20. Networking info...
  21. 21. Gut-feeling!
  22. 22. TeachingEntrepreneurship andIntrapreneurship
  23. 23. The book on entrepreneurship
  24. 24. Thank you!

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