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Ent422 the role of entrepreneurship in value creation in large and small enterprises lecture 6

ENT422: The Role of Entrepreneurship in Value Creation in Large and Small EnterprisesLecture 6


Guest speaker david hessler entrepreneur in residence high tech rochester

Guest Speaker: David Hessler Entrepreneur in Residence High Tech Rochester

  • Financing a New Venture

    • Sources

    • Proforma Statements

  • Assembling a Team

    • Similar or complementary skills?

    • What two dimensions are most important?

  • Which is more important financing or the team?

What did we learn from Dave regarding the importance of?


The timmons model of the entrepreneurial process

The Timmons Model of theEntrepreneurial Process

The Entrepreneurial process is –

  • Opportunity driven

  • Driven by an entrepreneur and an entrepreneurial team

  • Resource parsimonious and creative

  • Depends on the fit and balance of the these elements

  • Integrated and Holistic

  • Sustainable


Ent422 the role of entrepreneurship in value creation in large and small enterprises lecture 6

EXHIBIT 3.5

The Timmons Model of the Entrepreneurial Process

Communication

Resources

Opportunity

Business plan

Fits and gaps

Ambiguity

Exogenous Forces

Creativity

Leadership

Team

Uncertainty

Capital market context

Founder

Sustainability: For Environment, Community and Society


Ent422 the role of entrepreneurship in value creation in large and small enterprises lecture 6

EXHIBIT 3.6

The Entrepreneurial Process is Opportunity Driven

Opportunity

Market Segments

Market demand is a key ingredient to measuring an opportunity:

  • Is customer payback less than one year?

  • Do market share and growth potential equal 20 percent annual growth and is it durable?

  • Is the customer reachable?

    Market structure and size help define an opportunity:

  • Emerging and/or fragmented?

  • $50 million or more, with a $1 billion potential?

  • Proprietary barriers to entry?

    Margin analysis helps differentiate an opportunity from an idea:

  • Low cost provider (40 percent gross margin)?

  • Low capital requirement versus the competition?

  • Break even in 1-2 years?

  • Value added increase of overall corporate P/E ratio?


Ent422 the role of entrepreneurship in value creation in large and small enterprises lecture 6

EXHIBIT 3.7

Understand and Marshall Resources, Don’t Be Driven by Them

Resources

“Bootstrapping”

Minimize and Control

Versus

Maximize and Own

Relationships

Unleashing creativity

Financial resources

AssetsThink cash last!

People

Your business plan


Ent422 the role of entrepreneurship in value creation in large and small enterprises lecture 6

EXHIBIT 3.8

An Entrepreneurial Team is a Critical Ingredient for Success

Team

An entrepreneurial leader

  • Learns and teaches–faster, better

  • Deals with adversity, is resilient

  • Exhibits integrity, dependability, honesty

  • Builds entrepreneurial culture and organization

    Quality of the team

  • Relevant experience and track record

  • Motivation to excel

  • Commitment, determination, and persistence

  • Tolerance of risk, ambiguity, and uncertainty

  • Creativity

  • Team locus of control

  • Adaptability

  • Opportunity obsession

  • Leadership and courage

  • Communication

“Passion”


Ent422 the role of entrepreneurship in value creation in large and small enterprises lecture 6

EXHIBIT 3.9(a)

Netscape―Journey Through the Entrepreneurial Process:

At Startup, a Huge Imbalance

Communication

Opportunity

Very large, growing and undefined

Resources

Very limited

Business plan

Fits and gaps

• Innumerable: Money and Management

Ambiguity

Exogenous Forces

Creativity

Leadership

Team

Uncertainty

Capital market context

Founder

Sustainability: For Environment, Community and Society


Ent422 the role of entrepreneurship in value creation in large and small enterprises lecture 6

EXHIBIT 3.9(b)

Netscape―Journey Through the Entrepreneurial Process:

At Venture Capital Funding, Toward New Balance

Communication

Resources

Money to launch

Opportunity

Larger and growing faster

Business plan

Fits and gaps

• Resources and team

• Catching up

Exogenous Forces

Ambiguity

Leadership

Creativity

Team

Capital market context

Uncertainty

Founder

Sustainability: For Environment, Community and Society


Ent422 the role of entrepreneurship in value creation in large and small enterprises lecture 6

EXHIBIT 3.9(c)

Netscape―Journey Through the Entrepreneurial Process:

At IPO, a New Balance

Communication

  • Resources

  • Great balance sheet

  • Great free cash flow

  • Opportunity

  • Even bigger and faster growing

  • Competitors

Business plan

Fits and gaps

• How large and profitable can we become?

Ambiguity

Exogenous Forces

Creativity

Leadership

Team

Can play with the best

Uncertainty

Capital market context

Founder

Sustainability: For Environment, Community and Society


Ent422 the role of entrepreneurship in value creation in large and small enterprises lecture 6

EXHIBIT 3.9(d)

Netscape―Journey Through the Entrepreneurial Process:

Today, Toward a New Imbalance

Communication

  • Business plan

  • Fits and gaps

  • Candidate fro brontosaurus capitalism?

  • Threat of disruptive technology

  • Sustaining and reinventing entrepreneurial organization

Resources

Unlimited access to capital markets and other resources

  • Opportunity

  • Major growth potential

  • Competitors and Microsoft

Exogenous Forces

Ambiguity

Leadership

Team

One of the best

Creativity

Capital market context

Uncertainty

Founder

Sustainability: For Environment, Community and Society


Baron and shane chapter 5 assembling the resources selected highlights from the chapter

Baron and Shane Chapter 5“Assembling the Resources”Selected Highlights from the Chapter

Entrepreneurship


Assembling the resources

“Assembling the Resources”

  • The team should have complementary skills rather than similar skills – because building a company requires a broad range of attributes and knowledge.

  • Choosing the right co-founders requires that the lead entrepreneur first determine his/her skills capabilities, personal characteristics and motives.

  • It is important to establish clearly defined roles and responsibilities for members of the founding team.


Assembling the resources cont

“Assembling the Resources” (cont.)

  • Team members often perceive they are be treated unfairly and demand more and doing less which may result in withdrawal from the group thus jeopardizing the success of the new venture.

  • Effective communication among team members is important including a recognition that destructive criticism of another member could lead to feelings of hostility and intense conflict.


Baron and shane chapter 6 financing new ventures selected highlights from the chapter

Baron and Shane Chapter 6“Financing New Ventures”Selected Highlights from the Chapter

Entrepreneurship


Financing new ventures

“Financing New Ventures”

  • Problems of uncertainty and information asymmetry means that investors often have to make investment decisions on less information that entrepreneurs possess - thus making it more difficult to raise funds

  • Investors compensate for information asymmetry by encouraging self-financing, contract provisions, syndications specialization and localized investing

  • New ventures usually require very little capital to start but require more capital as they experience negative cash flow from operations


Financing new ventures cont

“Financing New Ventures” (cont.)

  • Startups are typically financed by equity rather than debt because cash flow is generally not sufficient to pay for higher interest rates on borrowed money.

  • Business angels and venture capitalists follow similar paths to investing beginning with a referral, initial screening and more in-depth due diligence evaluation ending with negotiations or rejection.

  • Professional investors typically follow the venture capital model to calculate the amount of equity to demand in return for the investment.

  • Entrepreneurs frequently raise funds from people they know because the ties reduce the possibilities that entrepreneurs will take advantage of them.


Stegmart case is due class discussion

Stegmart Case is DueClass Discussion


Workshop

Workshop

  • Exercises 3-5 should be completed. Groups are not required to hand them in. However questions and comments are welcome.

  • Work on Exercise 6. It is to be handed in at the next class.


Assignment for november 2

Assignment for November 2

Guest Speaker on November 2

Ms. Lauren Dixon

CEO, Dixon Schwabl, Inc.

Topic: Our Successful Marketing Plan


Assignment for november 21

Assignment for November 2

  • Lecture: Developing a Winning Marketing Plan for a New Venture.

  • Reading: Baron, Chap. 9 “Marketing the New firm”

  • Case Due: Schubadub Auto Wash – Page 383. The report should be typewritten, individually prepared and not more than two pages long answering the questions at the end of the case. It will be discussed in class.


Workshop1

Workshop

  • Hand in Exercise 6. It will also be discussed in class.

  • Work on Exercises 7 & 8. Hand in Exercise 8 next week. It will also be discussed in class


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