Entrepreneurship Development

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leadpoint Entrepreneurship Development

Entrepreneurship Development course is designed to help students in evaluating the business skills and commitment necessary to successfully operate an entrepreneurial venture and review the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship. Students will learn about themselves, their decisions, and their goals to determine how entrepreneurship can play a role in their lives. Students will also be introduced to entrepreneurship from an economic perspective and the concepts of environmentally sustainable practices and social entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurs are responsible for many business duties, including hiring and firing employees, accounting, marketing, and management. Before operating their own businesses, many entrepreneurs seek employment with similar employers. With several years of business experience, entrepreneurs gain the knowledge needed to successfully run a business.

At LEAD POINT FOUNDATION, instead of coming up with a plan for how every part of a business could work. We design an ongoing sequence of small, rapid prototypes to learn if and how the business will work. Learn an agile way to remove risk from creating new business models. By testing your assumptions early to build stronger, more innovative solutions and get to product-market fit faster.

In Entrepreneurship Development course or entrepreneurship programme, you’ll combine traditional business strategy with the methods. Along with mindsets of design thinking, and prototype three parts of a business value proposition and offer, revenue model, and sales channel. You’ll unite the analytical with the creative, prototype to get tangible early and focus on people to uncover new opportunities and unlock more value from existing offers.

You can get most out of this course, come prepared with a customer need and an idea for a new business, product, or service.

Main Features

  • Develop entrepreneurial opportunities & recognise the entrepreneurial potential withinyourself, whether you want to start your own business or act as an entrepreneur within an existing organisation
  • Identify entrepreneur development opportunities and assess these opportunities.
  • Research and determine the viability or feasibility of new business concepts.
  • Understand how to turn a new business concept into a sustainable business venture.
  • Understand the nature of entrepreneurship
  • Identify personal attributes that enable best use of entrepreneurial opportunities

Course Objective(Entrepreneurship Development )

  • Understand the traits, skills, attitudes and drive necessary to be a successful entrepreneur.
  • Identify personal strengths and weaknesses matching the profiles of successful small business owners.
  • Develop personal growth plans to address weaknesses and capitalize on strengths in order to increase their potential to succeed in small business.
  • Understand the needs of target markets related to potentially viable business idea.e.Size the potential market for the potentially viable idea.
  • Develop initial sales, profit, competitive landscape and future growth for potentially viable business idea.g.Match potentially viable idea to a personal assessment profile

What is the target audience?

  • This workshop has been designed specifically to address the unique needs of Business Owners. Business Development Professionals (counsellors, consultants, business coaches, and advisors who work with small business clients to develop, maintain, and expand their businesses)

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Exploring Entrepreneurship

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The Course Explained
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Identifying your Audience
18 questions
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Personal Evaluation

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Habits of Highly Effective Communicators
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Different kinds of communication
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Features of communication.
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Personal development plans
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Personal potential as an entrepreneur

Ideas to Opportunities

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Generating business ideas
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Expanding the ideas
3
Critical thinking and problem solving
4
Explain the purpose of a business plan
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Describe the types of business plan
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Identify the parts of a business plan

Validating the opportunity

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Feasibility analysis
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Customer identification
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Environmental scan
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Competitive assessment
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Profitability

Business Plan Designed

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Research three business plan models
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escribe SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) as it relates to a business idea

Marketing Plan and Sales

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Identify the components of a marketing plan
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Describe various types of product strategies
3
Examine methods used in developing price strategies
4
Summarize basic principles of promotion, define elements in a promotional plan, ways to budget for promotion
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Examine importance of personal selling, characteristics of successful salespeople, main components of the selling process, key documents, and forms used in selling
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Explore costs related to a sales force, methods used to estimate sales

Analyzing and Generating Finances

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Discuss the differences between fixed and variable expenses
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Define economics of sale
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Define a unit of sale
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Calculate the economics of one unit of sale
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Understand how cash flow affects entrepreneurs
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mportance of a balance and how to prepare one
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Demonstrate a burn-rate calculation
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Analyze a balance sheet
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Explain what a financial ratio is.
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Compare operating ratios and return on sale ratios
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Importance of return on investment
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Perform break even analysis

Business Start-Up

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Examine start-up investment
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Understand record keeping
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Explore accounting systems
Collaborative group work Web-based presentation. Outside research Small group or directed class discussions Student-instructor conferences Study groups Audio visual presentations
READING​: Students will read course materials pertaining to design thinkingand prepare for in class discussion. WRITING:​ Student will assemble a journal of ideas and opportunities to use as aresource for other courses and other homework assignments within the Entrepreneurship Program. CRITICAL THINKING:​ Groups will brainstorm, develop ideas, critique ideas,demonstrate understanding of course theory and practices.

METHODS OF EVALUATION

— 28 February 2020

​Grading scale specified in the course syllabus

b.Analytical projects

c. Application of knowledge/skill

d. Class presentationse.

Completion of homework assignmentsf. Creative projects

g. Demonstrated ability

h. Essay examsi. Essays

j. Group projects

k. Journals

l. Notebooks

m. Oral reports

n. Participation in classroom discussion

o. Portfolios

p. Problem sets

 

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Enrolled: 158 students
Duration: 90 hours
Lectures: 41
Video: 9 hours
Level: Beginner

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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed