Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management / Edition 3

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Overview

This third edition prepares entrepreneurs for the rewards and pitfalls of this career choice. It explores a new theme on how to effectively manage a start-up company. Focus on Real Entrepreneurs sections highlight how entrepreneurs position their companies to meet the various marketing, financial, and technological challenges. Management Track sections present key management issues while following the development of a real company. Entrepreneurs will also find real situations and examples on which they can practice the broad range of skills required to start and build a company in today's complex world.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470169698
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 8/24/2009
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 1,215,116
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Jack M. Kaplan is an adjunct professor of Entrepreneurial Studies at Columbia Business School. He has taught the entrepreneurial courses for Launching New Ventures, The Business Plan, and The Entrepreneurial Manager. During his career, Mr. Kaplan started and managed three successful companies concentrating in smart card technology, health care information systems, and loyalty marketing programs. He is president of Datamark Technologies, Inc., an entrepreneurial business venture engaged in electronic gift card and loyalty marketing programs. Ceridian, a Fortune 500 company, acquired the company in November 2005.

Mr. Kaplan is the author of Getting Started in Entrepreneurship published by John Wiley & Sons in January 2001. His previous book, Smart Cards: The Global Information Passport, and articles have appeared in Technology News and Crain's of New York.

His professional Seminar experience includes conducting courses for Fortune 500 companies. The list includes MIT Enterprise Forum, Aetna Insurance Company, Panasonic Global Sales Group, and Johnson & Johnson in New Product Strategies. He is judge for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award Program in New York, and has appeared on A& E Biographies, CNN, and CNBC. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado and received his MBA from the City University of New York.

Dr. Anthony C. Warren is the Farrell Professor Entrepreneurship at the Smeal College of Business Penn State University, named "the hottest school for entrepreneurship" by Newsweek magazine, and the recipient of the NASDAQ Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence Award in 2005. He leads educational programs in entrepreneurship at theundergraduate, graduate, and executive levels. Under grants from the Kauffman Foundation, Dr. Warren created unique courses in entrepreneurship based on problem-based learning, which have been recognized as being at the forefront of teaching methods by several national organizations. These courses are being introduced into colleges and high schools across the country.

Prior to joining Penn State, Dr. Warren started and grew several companies and is currently a venture partner in Adams Capital Management, a venture capital firm managing over $720 million. He consults regularly with both small and large companies on innovation management. A regular speaker at national conferences, Dr. Warren is often quoted in the press on innovation and entrepreneurship. He has authored several patents and research papers on technical and business issues and has contributed to many books. He has a B.Sc. and Ph.D. from the University of Birmingham.

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: GETTING STARTED AS AN ENTREPRENEUR

Chapter 1: What is an Entrepreneur?

Chapter 2: The Entrepreneurial Process 

Chapter 3: The Art of Innovation—Developing Ideas and Business Opportunities 

Chapter 4: Analyzing the Market, Customers, and Competition 

Chapter 5: Writing the Winning Business Plan 

Chapter 6: Setting Up the Company

PART TWO: MONEY SOURCES – FINDING AND MANAGING THE PROCESS

Chapter 7: Bootstrapping and Financing the Closely Held Company 

Chapter 8: Equity Financing for High Growth 

Chapter 9: Managing the Money

PART THREE: IMPLEMENTATION

Chapter 10: Discovering Value in Intellectual Property: The Competitive Edge 

Chapter 11: Business Models and the Power of Information 

Chapter 12: Managing the Team 

PART FOUR: COMMUNICATING AND EXITING

Chapter 13: Communicating the Opportunity and Making a Presentation

Chapter 14: Scaling and Exiting the Venture

 

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