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Entrepreneurship Development: Indian Cases on Change Agents

K. Ramachandran

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ISBN 10: 0070248877 / ISBN 13: 9780070248878
Published by McGraw-Hill Education, 2008
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Entrepreneur is an individual who introduces something new in the economy - cast in this classic Schumpeterian mould of entrepreneurship are several ambitious Indian men and women whose successes have remained unsung. They spotted entrepreneurial opportunities in unmet consumer needs, took calculated risks, and conceived and converted ideas into commercially attractive products or services. Their qualities - inventiveness, perseverance, readiness to work hard, initiative and endurance - define entrepreneurship in the true sense. Entrepreneurship is a combination of skills, attitude, and knowledge, difficult to teach in conventional institutional framework - but possible to develop through educational inputs. This book presents stories of entrepreneurial success in diverse sectors - food products, social service, retail, education, pharmaceuticals, software, designing, consultancy, hospitality, outsourcing, etc. Through these 16 stimulating first-person accounts of hands-on entrepreneurial experience, the book aims to inculcate in the readers different entrepreneurial capabilities required at different stages of business lifecycle - start-up, growth, and maturity. More than a case book, this book is an indispensable practical guide for both aspiring and working entrepreneurs in their entrepreneurial journeys ahead. Table of contents Essence of Entrepreneurship and Case Method Case 1. Switz Foods Private Limited Case 2. The Banyan Case 3. Aadharshila Design Studio Case 4. Mahesh Edible Oils Industries Limited Case 5. Future Kids School Case 6. Mess to Restaurant - A Success Story Case 7. The Knowledge Company Case 8. Emerging Trends in Outsourcing (eClerx) Case 9. Nishotech Systems Private Limited Case 10. Fact-Tree Global Solutions Case 11. Parivaar: A Family for Destitute Children Case 12. Subhiksha Retail Chain Case 13. From Stabilizer to Theme Park Case 14. Foster Foods Case 15. Navnirmiti Case 16. WIMI Long Duration Executive Education Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # 23398

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Title: Entrepreneurship Development: Indian Cases ...

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:New

Edition: First edition.

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Entrepreneur is an individual who introduces something new in the economy - cast in this classic schumpeterian mould of entrepreneurship are several ambitious indian men and women whose successes have remained unsung. They spotted entrepreneurial opportunities in unmet consumer needs, took calculated risks, and conceived and converted ideas into commercially attractive products or services. Their qualities - inventiveness, perseverance, readiness to work hard, initiative and endurance - define entrepreneurship in the true sense. Entrepreneurship is a combination of skills, attitude, and knowledge, difficult to teach in conventional institutional framework - but possible to develop through educational inputs. This book presents stories of entrepreneurial success in diverse sectors - food products, social service, retail, education, pharmaceuticals, software, designing, consultancy, hospitality, outsourcing, etc. Through these 16 stimulating first-person accounts of hands-on entrepreneurial experience, the book aims to inculcate in the readers different entrepreneurial capabilities required at different stages of business lifecycle - start-up, growth, and maturity. More than a case book, this book is an indispensable practical guide for both aspiring and working entrepreneurs in their entrepreneurial journeys ahead.

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