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  1. 1. Coming 2013 – Free Master Class, Version 2BAM(tm), New BookPosted on January 1, 2013 by inte4610ReplyEntrepreneurs Master Class (Module 1) Weds Feb 6th, 4.00 PM (GMT), 2013This workshop is Module 1 of 7 “The Idea Stage”The objective of this workshop is to provide participants with a broad view of “What is infront of an entrepreneur with an idea or opportunity? And How to reduce the risk andincrease success potential when starting a new venture?”It will cover sources of ideas and innovations, introduces an entrepreneur’s roadmap/guide, explain why it’s important to “do the right things, the right way, at theright time“. It introduces the phases of a business and competitive advantage evolutionand looks at the critical dimensions of the business as they relate to the phases ofdevelopment. “The Offer, The Solution, The Customer, The Market, The Team, TheGovernance, The Resources/Finances”.Business Advantage Model Version 2 – BAM(tm) (Q1)Version 2 of the business advantage model will be released during Q1, 2013. The Modelhas been further refined based on both research and engagement with entrepreneurs(successful & struggling) and the author’s experience with several start up’s during2011-2012. Version 2 builds on the primary theme of “Creating & Leveraging Advantagein and for the business” .In addition it refines and add more details for each stage of thebusiness evolution in order that entrepreneurs, leaders and managers get real worldinformation, tools and guides on “Doing the right thing, the right way, at the right time”across all dimensions of the business (Opportunity, Solution, Customer, Market,Team, Governance, Finance & Resourcing)New Book (Mid-Year)We are currently writing an easy to read book on “Starting and Managing a business”. Itis primarily designed to provide a guide or road-map for entrepreneurs but initialreviewers say its content is of interest to all leaders and aspiring leaders and managers.We have not yet decided the Title “Fur coat and no Knickers” was suggested as theprimary author named one type of entrepreneur, however maybe we will use a moreprofessional title but the above suggestion is a little taster of the style which is verypragmatic, informative and uses humor to help you along through the read.Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2013