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  1. Center of Entrepreneurship Onderdeel van Centrum voorValorisatie en Ondernemerschap Groningen

  2. “The man and his plan” Whatmakes entrepreneurs entrepreneurial? SarasSarasvathy – effectuation. Immo Dijkma Entrepreneurial behavior & creativity Human Resource Management Toetsing en rendement 2

  3. Innovation in SMEs • Learning objective • General understanding to innovation • Innovation in research • (dis)advantages of different measures • Determinants of innovation • Size effects on innovation • (dis)advantages of innovation in large vs. small firms • And sector level? • How small firms innovate

  4. Entrepreneur? Toetsing en rendement 4

  5. Whatunique resources do you have?Make a list Network (work and private), knowledge, experience, sport, time, energy, hobbies, interests. Toetsing en rendement 5

  6. Shareyour resources and come up withanidea.Prepare a short pitch- The idea.- Whoyouwouldlike to talk to.(Max. 2 minutes). Toetsing en rendement 6

  7. SarasSarasvathy: whatmakes entrepreneurs entrepreneurial? • effectuation

  8. Connecting the dots Toetsing en rendement 8

  9. Pilot-in-the-Plane (Control vs. Predict) Principle By focusing on activities within their control, expert entrepreneurs know their actions will result in the desired outcomes. An effectual worldview is rooted in the belief that the future is neither found nor predicted, but rather made. Zero to market Market research? SWOT? Planning? Toetsing en rendement 10

  10. Bird-in-Hand (Means) Principle When expert entrepreneurs set out to build a new venture, they start with their means: who I am, what I know, and whom I know. Then, the entrepreneurs imagine possibilities that originate from their means.

  11. Affordable Loss Principle Expert entrepreneurs limit risk by understanding what they can afford to lose at each step, instead of seeking large all-or- nothing opportunities. They choose goals and actions where there is upside even if the downside ends up happening.

  12. Crazy Quilt (Partnerships) Principle Expert entrepreneurs build partnerships with self-selecting stakeholders. By obtaining pre-commitments from these key partners early on in the venture, experts reduce uncertainty and co-create the new market with its interested participants.

  13. Lemonade (Leverage Contingencies) Principle Expert entrepreneurs invite the surprise factor. Instead of making “what-if” scenarios to deal with worst-case scenarios, experts interpret “bad” news and surprises as potential clues to create new markets.

  14. Where is creativity? It’s within the relations of a system thatconsists of threeelements Whatmakes it difficult?

  15. Topsectoren Noord Nederland Healthy Ageing Sensortechnologie Entrepreneurship CreativeIndustry Energie Water

  16. CoE VALUE050 - ondernemerschapsonderwijs en ondersteuning Jaar 1 - 4 MONITOR050 supportentrepreneurship Jaar 1 - 2 VALUE050 shortworkshops and seminars Jaar 3 - 4 VALUE050 (talent)minoren, specialisaties MONITOR050 scouting & screening

  17. CoE VALUE050 en incubator CUBE050 Moreinformation? Website: www.cube050.nl Twitter: @CUBE_050 Email: b.j.dallinga@pl.hanze.nl