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Entrepreneurship and Business Management. Mega Bucks Workshop Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. What is Entrepreneurship?. Capacity to take risks Ability to own and organize Desire and capability to innovate and diversify (Stepanek, 1962).

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entrepreneurship and business management

Entrepreneurship and Business Management

Mega Bucks Workshop

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

Prof Parameshwar P Iyer Indian Institute of Science

what is entrepreneurship
What is Entrepreneurship?
  • Capacity to take risks
  • Ability to own and organize
  • Desire and capability to innovate and diversify (Stepanek, 1962)

Prof Parameshwar P Iyer Indian Institute of Science

who is an entrepreneur
Who is an entrepreneur?
  • Person conducting own business (Webster)
  • Person who sets up business deals in order to make profits (Collins Cobuild)
  • Organizer of an economic venture, one who owns, organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of the business (Chandrashekhar)

Prof Parameshwar P Iyer Indian Institute of Science

why entrepreneurship
Why entrepreneurship?
  • Process of creating something different, with value, by devoting necessary time and effort, by assuming the accompanying financial, psychological, and social risks, and receiving the resulting rewards of monetary and personal satisfaction (Bowen and Hisrich, 1986).

Prof Parameshwar P Iyer Indian Institute of Science

role of the entrepreneur
Role of the Entrepreneur
  • An innovator who combines technical innovations and financial finesses.
  • Important role in producing competitive products, processes, and services.
  • Generation of new employment
  • Local and regional economic development
  • Improved allocation of resources and transfer of technologies

Prof Parameshwar P Iyer Indian Institute of Science

entrepreneur as an economic pioneer
Entrepreneur as an Economic Pioneer
  • Introduction of new goods and products
  • Introduction of new processes and methods of production
  • Opening up of new markets
  • Opening up of new sources of supply
  • Industrial re-organization

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strategic importance of the small scale sector
Strategic Importance of the Small-Scale Sector
  • Significant contributions to national income, employment, and export earnings
  • Value of output over Rs. 5,70,000 crores
  • Employment of over 17.5 million (> twice the private sector; almost as much as all public sector employment)
  • Exports of over Rs. 54,000 crores (> 35 per cent of all exports) (2000-01 figures)

Prof Parameshwar P Iyer Indian Institute of Science

entrepreneurship and small businesses
Entrepreneurship and Small Businesses
  • Entrepreneurship is especially critical in small businesses because:
  • Important sources of competition for large firms; challenge their economic power
  • Offer a wide range of choice to consumers
  • Sources of innovation and creativity
  • Good career opportunities to work in an unstructured environment of a small company

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marketing management
Marketing Management
  • Demand variables:
  • Demographic, social, economic, political, and competitive factors in market environment
  • Psychological, social, and economic patterns in customer motivations
  • All autonomous factors

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marketing management10
Marketing Management
  • Semi-demand variables:
  • Market segmentation
  • Customer behavior
  • Only partially under the control of the entrepreneur

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marketing management11
Marketing Management
  • Decision Variables:
  • Product characteristics and pricing
  • Distribution and personal selling
  • Advertising policies
  • Mostly under the control of the entrepreneur

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marketing management12
Marketing Management
  • The essential entrepreneurial function in marketing management is to design an integrated marketing plan, where the demand and semi-demand variables of the market are related to the product and decision variables of the firm.

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market research
Market Research
  • Marketing success depends on design of a distinctive marketing plan
  • A small entrepreneur should not try to compete on a product-to-product basis with large firms (same goods to same customers thru same channels at same prices !!)
  • Instead, try to do “something different”.

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operations management
Operations Management
  • Process of designing and utilizing the physical resources of the firm to maximize the operational capabilities of the company
  • Product/ service design
  • Process design
  • Job design
  • Job standards

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operations management15
Operations Management
  • The entrepreneur’s smaller firm generally has to provide specialized, few-of-a-kind products and personalized services, without the benefits of mass production and mass distribution

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financial management
Financial Management
  • 1. Effective utilization of the assets- current(short-term) and capital (long-term)
  • 2. Provision of funds to support those assets
  • 3. Use of current liabilities, intermediate loans, and capital debt or equity
  • 4. Difficult for smaller companies to compete, in finance, with larger firms, simply because they lack money.

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financial management17
Financial Management
  • Finances needed for:
  • 1. New investments in product development
  • 2. Expansion of markets
  • 3. Process improvements, etc.
  • Conserve available funds by preparing detailed financial plans, e.g. cash budgets, capital investment analysis, short-term plans

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financial management18
Financial Management
  • Finding additional funds from sources as
  • 1. Current liabilities
  • 2. Bank loans
  • 3. Equity investments
  • 4. Retained earnings
  • 5. Venture capital proposals
  • 6. Angel funding proposals

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product development
Product Development
  • Improvements in design of existing product
  • Inventions of new products
  • Lack resources for full R&D facility
  • Must use available capabilities efficiently
  • Outsourcing of R&D and innovation
  • Technical feasibility, market feasibility, development time and cost, manufacturing capability, and strategic fit

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organizational management and control
Organizational Management and Control
  • Smaller companies go thru identifiable stages of growth
  • Increased specializations in tasks of staff
  • Increased delegation on part of founder
  • Increased systematization and formalization of information reporting and accounting procedures

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formation and growth
Formation and Growth
  • Formal and legal procedures of formation- memoranda and articles of association
  • Sole proprietorship
  • Partnership
  • Private limited
  • Public listing
  • Cooperative

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formation and growth22
Formation and Growth
  • Purchase of a small company- identify, screen, evaluate, negotiate, and structure payments
  • Consolidation of a new company- intense conservation of cash, firm limitations on expenses, continual examination of company’s strategy.

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conclusions
Conclusions
  • Entrepreneurship is a challenging and rewarding profession
  • Need to concentrate on market analysis, financial resources, and technology management
  • Cannot compete directly with the “big guys”, so need to be ingenious and innovative in all entrepreneurial functions

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