“An entrepreneur is the person
who takes risks and start
entrepreneurship is the process of
identifying and starting a new business
sourcing and organizing the required resources,
while taking both the risks and
rewards associated with the venture.
Ability to plan
Team building skills
Self confidence, etc.
The term "Entrepreneurship Competency"
refers to the key
characteristics that should be possessed by
successful or budding
entrepreneurs in order to perform entrepreneurial
▸It can be defined as characteristics such as
generic and specific
knowledge, motives, traits, self-images, social
roles, and skills that result in
venture birth, survival, and/or growth.
EDII, Ahmedabad (EDII), Gandhinagar - Post
Graduate Diploma in Management - Business
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management,
Pune - MBA in Innovation and
Mukesh Patel School of Technology
Management and Engineering, NMIMS –
MBA in Entrepreneurship & Family Business
&Part Time MBA (Social Entrepreneurship)
Xavier School of Management - Post Graduate
Programme for Certificate in Entrepreneurship
The XLRI- Xavier School of Management offers a
full-time six-month Post Graduate Programme for
Certificate in Entrepreneurship Management
(PGPCEM) through its Entrepreneurship
Development Centre (EDC).
S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research
(SPJIMR) Mumbai- Start Your Business
Certification Program (SYB), Grow Your
Business Certification Program (GYB), The
Entrepreneurial Manager (TEM)
GOAL SETTING IN
1. Choose Achievable Goals
Dreaming big comes naturally to you. However, no objective is
too small when it comes to creating an effective goal-setting
What's the definition of goal setting? I think it's identifying
what you need to accomplish and locking in quantitative
objectives and time frames -- or more simply put, figuring out
realistic ways to get what you want quickly.
3. Check In Weekly
Every week, check in with yourself about your progress. How
much closer are you to meeting your goals? Are you doing
everything you can to make your dreams a reality?
4. Get Up Early
You know what they say: The early bird gets the worm.
Now, imagine that the worm is entrepreneurial success.
5. Progress Is Just As Important As Results
The goal-setting process and the journey you take to achieve
these goals are just as important as the result you desire.
After all, it's the process that gets you where you want to be,
not the result itself.
6. Use The Five-A-Day Rule For Effective Goal Setting
This five-a-day rule isn't about eating your fruits and veggies.
It's about ensuring that you're taking steps every single day to
achieve your goals.
7. Don't Forget About Self-Care
If you're stressed out, overworked and malnourished, you'll
never reach your goals. Or, if you do, you'll be wrecked by
the time you finish.