MBAexpress: Essence of Entrepreneurship (Self-Study)
Valid for one year from purchase date
Business Management & Organization - Non-Technical (1.0)
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Webster's dictionary defines entrepreneurship as "a person who starts a business and is willing to risk loss in order to make money." This course will discuss an alternative approach to building your business plan, along with a candid discussion of the "dark side" of being an entrepreneur.
Who should take this program?
CPAs, corporate finance teams, business leaders and other financial professionals
Why current business plans that focus primarily on the numbers is the wrong approach
Components of the non-traditional business plan: people, opportunity, context, risk and reward
The dark side of being an entrepreneur
Lead generation strategies
Identify the key to focus on when starting a business
Identify the four components of a non-traditional business plan
Recognize the importance of your team's resume
Recognize the personal challenges of being an entrepreneur
NASBA ID#: 112891