Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneurs’
November
14
2011

-Mauritz Bekker- Economic theory states that wealth is created when scarce resources are transformed into marketable products or services.  A resource becomes scarce when it has a value or a price attached to it. The traditional resources; land, capital, labour and management/entrepreneurship could be classified as scarce because they all have a monetary value attached. [...]

September
19
2011

–by Mauritz Bekker– We are all born as highly innovative beings who love to explore, invent and create.  We are also provided with numerous problems, screaming for innovative and creative solutions.  All we need is the freedom to apply our talents in solving these problems.  We therefore need a climate of basic law and order [...]

August
29
2011

Is there difference between strategic thinking and strategic planning? There is an ongoing academic debate regarding the difference between these two concepts. Many theories have been developed ranging from, the one is the flip side of the other, up to a model aiming at describing all the dimensions and inter actions of strategic thinking. Practicing [...]

August
22
2011

Economic activity started when ancient entrepreneurs used bartering as an economic need satisfying process.  For example, an entrepreneur with the abilities to make effective knives would barter his offerings for other need satisfying products/services.  However, optimum trade with this bartering process had a serious limitation.  Trading could not take place in cases where demand and [...]

August
10
2010

- Compiled and written by Entrepreneurial Business School – The contents of our courses are based on our research on how to create business innovators. We started with a study on all the research in this field that has already been done in the world.  From this, we identified 6 common areas of attributes and [...]