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Films Based on Entrepreneurship
and Management skills
Index
1. Startup.com
2. Catch me if you can
3. Twelve Angry Men
4. Office Space
5. The Godfather Trilogy
6. Glengarry Glen...
1. Startup.com
Startup.com is a 2001 narrative film that inspects the ascent and fall of the
genuine startup Gov Works tha...
2. Catch Me If You Can
When you hear Catch Me on the off chance that You Can, you picture the
effective swindler Frank Aba...
3. Twelve Angry Men
Potentially my record-breaking most loved film, Twelve Angry Men is a
splendid court show that has a f...
4. Office Space
This American comic drama ridicules corporate society of a 1990s
programming organization, touching upon w...
5. The Godfather Trilogy
The Godfather set of three is conceivably the record-breaking best silver
screen for business vis...
6. Glengarry Glen Ross
Glengarry Glen Ross depends on the honor winning play around four land
sales representatives whose ...
7. Rogue Trader
This 1999 film depends on a genuine story of the representative who without
any assistance cut down the Ba...
Contact Information:
Carl Kruse
carlkruse.org
https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlkruse
https://twitter.com/carl_kruse
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Mr. Carl Kruse an eminent entrepreneur and Specialised consultant.He had worked with the political risk arm of Kroll Associates in Washington, D.C. where he was the director of its information & intelligence service. Mr. Kruse is highly active in the non-profit sector, particularly with organizations that focus on science, the environment, education, and art.
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Films based on entrepreneurship and management skills

  1. 1. Films Based on Entrepreneurship and Management skills
  2. 2. Index 1. Startup.com 2. Catch me if you can 3. Twelve Angry Men 4. Office Space 5. The Godfather Trilogy 6. Glengarry Glen Ross 7. Rogue Trader 8. Contact Information
  3. 3. 1. Startup.com Startup.com is a 2001 narrative film that inspects the ascent and fall of the genuine startup Gov Works that raised $60 million from Hearst Interactive Media, KKR, the New York Investment Fund, and Sapient. Points secured incorporate money for business visionaries, capital raising, development administration, enterprise abilities, group building and administration aptitudes.
  4. 4. 2. Catch Me If You Can When you hear Catch Me on the off chance that You Can, you picture the effective swindler Frank Abagnale (Leonardo Di Caprio) misleadingly beguiling pretty much anybody with his ability authority. In view of a genuine story, Catch me on the off chance that You Can is an exemplary film that epitomizes the entrepreneurial excursion. It touches upon critical subjects like inventive critical thinking, turning something great out of an awful circumstance, and the great ol' hustle to achieve achievement.
  5. 5. 3. Twelve Angry Men Potentially my record-breaking most loved film, Twelve Angry Men is a splendid court show that has a few layers of knowledge on administration, the brain research of gathering conduct, and clashing quality frameworks. This is an unquestionable requirement watch, and will abandon you considering the way you settle on essential choices. Points secured incorporate arrangements strategies, influence techniques, struggle determination and agreement building.
  6. 6. 4. Office Space This American comic drama ridicules corporate society of a 1990s programming organization, touching upon work connections and office legislative issues. It's a decent giggle and will make them consider authority, group building systems, and vocation improvement. Points secured incorporate corporate society, tutoring, profession advancement, initiative, work-life parity, staff maintenance, group building procedures and administration of data innovation.
  7. 7. 5. The Godfather Trilogy The Godfather set of three is conceivably the record-breaking best silver screen for business visionaries, highlighting why connections and building systems matter, why peopling fits great business, and why understanding rivalry is non-debatable. The motion pictures are seriously exciting, pressed with exciting and provocative scenes that will abandon you better arranged to handle your next business challenge. Themes secured incorporate focused methodologies, key staff maintenance, corporate take-over (well disposed and threatening), organizations together, mergers and acquisitions, corporate progression and long haul corporate expansion.
  8. 8. 6. Glengarry Glen Ross Glengarry Glen Ross depends on the honor winning play around four land sales representatives whose occupations are at stake when the corporate office declares that in one week all with the exception of the main two men will be let go. This film is an engrossing showcase of rivalry and control. In case you're beginning another business, be admonished: now and then the street to achievement is significantly more crude than you might suspect. Points secured incorporate deals strategies, client relationship administration, arrangements and arrangement closings.
  9. 9. 7. Rogue Trader This 1999 film depends on a genuine story of the representative who without any assistance cut down the Barings Bank, the biggest bank in England. The motion picture demonstrates how cash drives a wide range of deranged conduct, and serves as a useful example about individuals who erroneously accept that influence and cash make them imperative. Themes secured incorporate subsidiaries, corporate valuation, budgetary reporting, capital markets, developing markets and business morals.
  10. 10. Contact Information: Carl Kruse carlkruse.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlkruse https://twitter.com/carl_kruse https://plus.google.com/+CarlKruse/posts

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