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What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
What is your value?
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  • 1. What is your Value? Российский государственный педагогический университет России, Санкт-Петербург Enschede,31 March 2014 The Netherlands Ing. Matthijs H.M. Hammer M.Sc. Senior lecturer Entrepreneurship School of Business, Building & Technology PhD Researcher Faculty of Product Innovation Management
  • 2. доброе утро! Goede morgen!
  • 3. • Short general introduction • Theory: • What is talent? • What is a business opportunity? • Practice: • Create new opportunities Menu
  • 4. What are talents? Knowledge Application Behaviour Talent Source: N. Vloon, 2002 Structure Context
  • 5. How do you Distinguish them? What is the item below?
  • 6. Prototyping
  • 7. Prototyping • Object or pattern recognition (Matlin, 2002) • Feature-analysis model and recognition-by- components model (Biederman, 1995) • Combination of attributes associated with an object or pattern (Solso, 1999) • Methodology of cognitive psychology for talent identification (Solse, 1999, Bartel & Wiesenfeld, 2013)
  • 8. Prototype of a talent 1. You like it to do. 2. It costs you not much effort to do. 3. Peers acknowledge you perform above average. Source: Hammer & Vloon, 2014
  • 9. What suites You? • What do You like? • What distinguishes You? • What is appreciated? Problem: You don´t know for yourself.
  • 10. Identify Your talents • Use tools as: –360° Feedback –Personal SWOT –Explicit Your context
  • 11. Development of Talents • Training in the same context, maintain the talent. • Training in a different (future orientated) context, increase the talent, makes it more valuable.
  • 12. Solves customer problems Positive net cash flow Manageable risk Superior product Change industry Prototype of Business opportunity
  • 13. Task 1. Make small groups 2. Identify situations for new business opportunity 1. Solves customer problems 2. Positive net cash flow 3. Manageable risk 4. Superior product 5. Change industry
  • 14. Do it!
  • 15. Спасибо за внимание Thank You for your Attention

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