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Entrepreneurship development

  1. 1. Entrepreneurship Development Dwi Larso Opening Lecture Class of Entrepreneurship SBM-ITB, 10 August 2011
  2. 2. Agenda• Trends/Facts • e.n.t.r.e.p.r.e.n.e.u.r.s.h.i.p • Role of ITB
  3. 3. Trends/Facts • The World is Flat • The Long Tail• A Whole New Mind
  4. 4. The World is Flat (Friedman, T., 2005) • Internet integrated global platform • Interconnected world difficult to manage • Unpredictable change
  5. 5. The Long Tail (Anderson, C., 2006) • Menjual Banyak Barang tapi dalam Jumlah Sedikit • Konsumen sekaligus Produsen • Unik/Customized
  6. 6. Scarcity Abundance
  7. 7. A Whole New Mind: Why Right Brainers Will Rule The Future (the 6 senses)• Not just function but also DESIGN• Not just argument but also the STORY• Not just focus but also SYMPHONY• Not just logic but also EMPATHY• Not just seriousness but also PLAY• Not just accumulation but also MEANING Source: A Whole New Mind, by Daniel Pink. Published by Riverhead, 2005.
  8. 8. Source: A Whole New Mind, by Daniel Pink. Published by Riverhead, 2005.
  9. 9. H o w d o w e s e e o u r fu tu re o r to d a y? Global Competition and Cooperation Unprecedented Change Speed and Creativity
  10. 10. How should we respond to? Agility & Flexibility Teamwork &Persistence & Perseverance Cooperation
  11. 11. Entrepreneurship
  12. 12. Trends/Facts• Kemiskinan (60% = 50,15 juta)• Pengangguran (6.8% = 8,12 juta)• Status Bisnis (>95% usaha kecil) Sumber : Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS),2011
  13. 13. Piramida Pendapatan1% tier one, 47% tier two, 52% tier three
  14. 14. Sumber : Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS),2011
  15. 15. ENTREPRENEURSHIP Besar Intrapreneurship 2,25 juta usaha (4.94%) Menengah 0,06 juta usaha (0.13%) Bisnis yang Tumbuh Kecil 43,22 juta usaha (94.93%) USAHA BARU BISNIS KECIL Status Bisnis di Indonesia
  16. 16. Motivasi dari Steve Jobs • Connecting the Dots • Love and Loss • Death (Life is Short)
  17. 17. PengembanganKewirausahaan di ITB
  18. 18. Role of ITB MIT for Route 128Stanford for Silicon Valley
  19. 19. MIT & Route 128•A key resource: MIT, Harvard, Babson College & OlinCollege, Boston University.•MIT remains the leading institution for technology businesscreation.•MIT graduates and faculty had founded 4,000 companies,employing 1.1 million people (1:150 US jobs) and generating$232 billion in worldwide sales.•The 24th-largest economy in the world, somewherebetween South Africa and Thailand.•About 150 new MIT-related companies are founded eachyear (Business Week).
  20. 20. Stanford & Silicon Valley•A key resource: Stanford, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, SF andSan Jose universities.•Stanford is the leading institution for technology businesscreation.•2000 firms were founded by Stanford alumni•3000 (mostly small) companies in Silicon Valley, 85% (<100employees); 70% (<10 employees)•The size is 3 times of Route 128.•Top 10 largest economy in the world.
  21. 21. What did they do?• MIT- Technology Plan – Capitalize the institute’s relations with industry• Stanford – 4 Outreach Programs – Honors Cooperative Program – Industry Affiliate Program – Industrial park – Stanford Research Institute
  22. 22. Role of University (Florida, R., 1999)Leveraging Talent, Not Technology:• Source of knowledge creation & talent• Ability to attract ‘top’ talent/people• Ability to rapidly and widely disseminate the knowledge the create.
  23. 23. What can we do?http://ciel.sbm.itb.ac.id Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership • ITB is an ENTREPRENEURIAL University • Every student experiences at least ONE COURSE ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP • TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER OFFICE (TTO) • STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLUBS • BIZ PLAN COMPETITION & OTHER ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITIES
  24. 24. What can we do?http://ciel.sbm.itb.ac.id Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership •Cooperation between BIZ SCHOOL and ARTS/SCIENCE/TECH SCHOOLS •BUSINESS COMMUNITY and UNIVERSITY Cooperation •Investors’ Forum (Informal Investor/Angels) •Venture Capital
  26. 26. Rensselaer’s Incubator ProgramMission: “Giving life to new ideas.”Goals: To augment the University’s special role of providing a fertile environment for the growth and development of new ideas, and additionally to create opportunities for the application and further evolution of those ideas into the greater community through the channels of commercial activity.Objectives:-Enrichment of the Academic Environment-Technology Transfer and Commercialization-Regional Economic Development
  27. 27. Terima Kasih CIEL, SBM-ITB Jl. Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132 Phone: 022.253.1923 Fax: 022.250.4249 Email: ciel@sbm.itb.ac.id http://ciel.sbm.itb.ac.id