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Resourcing the Start-Up Business: Creating Dynamic...

Resourcing the Start-Up Business: Creating Dynamic Entrepreneurial Learning CapabilitiesTitoloResourcing the Start-Up Business: Creating Dynamic Entrepreneurial Learning Capabilities
AutoreJones, Oswald ; MacPherson, Allan ; Jayawarna, Dilani
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€ 117,20   Spedizioni gratuite in Italia
(Prezzo € 123,37)
CategoriaBusiness & Economics: Entrepreneurship
Business & Economics: Small Business
Business & Economics: New Business Enterprises
RilegaturaHardcover
Dati270 p.
Anno2013
EditoreRoutledge
CollanaRoutledge-ISBE Masters in Entrepreneurship
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Indice e argomenti trattati
List of figures and tables
xiii
Series editors' forewordxvi
Case examplesxviii
1 Introduction: dynamic entrepreneurial learning capabilities
1
1.1 Introduction
1
1.2 Learning objectives
2
1.3 Growing importance of entrepreneurship
2
1.4 A practice-based approach to entrepreneurial learning
6
1.5 Summary and key learning points
10
1.6 Discussion questions
12
2 The changing nature of entrepreneurial theory
13
2.1 Introduction
13
2.2 Learning objectives
14
2.3 Individuals and opportunities
15
2.4 New venture creation processes
18
2.5 The entrepreneurial process
21
2.6 The process of opportunity creation
23
2.7 Summary and key learning points
28
2.8 Discussion questions
30
2.9 Further reading
30
3 Learning to be an entrepreneur
31
3.1 Introduction
31
3.2 Learning objectives
32
3.3 Models of entrepreneurial learning
33
3.4 Universities and graduate incubation
41
3.5 Role of active learning and simulation
44
3.6 Clubs and societies
47
3.7 Summary and key learning points
49
3.8 Discussion questions
50
4 Knowledge, skills and capabilities
51
4.1 Introduction
51
4.2 Learning objectives
52
4.3 Skills and knowledge: resources at start-up
52
4.4 Developing the opportunity
53
4.5 Managing early stage growth: applying knowledge, skills and capabilities
55
4.6 Managing others and cultural entrepreneurship
65
4.7 Summary and key learning points
68
4.8 Discussion questions
69
4.9 Further reading
69
5 Networks, social capital and entrepreneurial resources
70
5.1 Introduction
70
5.2 Learning objectives
71
5.3 Social networks
71
5.4 Social capital
75
5.5 Entrepreneurial social capital
80
5.6 Social capital and resourcing new ventures
82
5.7 Summary and key learning points
85
5.8 Discussion questions
86
6 Resourcing start-up businesses
87
6.1 Introduction
87
6.2 Learning objectives
88
6.3 Resource-based view of the firm
88
6.4 Types of resources
89
6.5 Human capital and entrepreneurship
92
6.6 Accumulation of human capital over the life course
96
6.7 Effects of human capital on entrepreneurial success
99
6.8 Summary and key learning points
101
6.9 Discussion questions
102
6.10 Further reading
103
7 Enhancing tangible resources
104
7.1 Introduction
104
7.2 Learning objectives
105
7.3 Tangible resources
105
7.4 Why is it difficult to finance entrepreneurial ventures? A theoretical explanation
106
7.5 Different financial sources for new entrepreneurs
107
7.6 Finance and business lifecycle
114
7.7 Variation in financing strategies for different entrepreneurs
115
7.8 Is there a funding gap for entrepreneurs?
118
7.9 Summary and key learning points
120
7.10 Discussion questions
121
8 Bootstrapping the start-up business
122
8.1 Introduction
122
8.2 Learning objectives
123
8.3 Defining the concept and theoretical perspectives
123
8.4 Different types of bootstrapping methods for the entrepreneur
125
8.5 Variations in the use of bootstrapping
127
8.6 Bootstrapping as a growth strategy
132
8.7 Bootstrapping in social ventures
137
8.8 Summary and key learning points
138
8.9 Discussion questions
139
8.10 Further reading
140
9 Dynamic capabilities in entrepreneurial ventures
141
9.1 Introduction
141
9.2 Learning objectives
142
9.3 From resources to dynamic capabilities
142
9.4 Routines that support change
145
9.5 Dynamic capabilities in new ventures
147
9.6 Dynamic capabilities and learning processes
149
9.7 Bootstrapping and bricolage: entrepreneurs acting resourcefully
152
9.8 Summary and key learning points
156
9.9 Discussion questions
157
9.10 Further reading
157
10 Growing new businesses
158
10.1 Introduction
158
10.2 Learning objectives
159
10.3 Stages of growth and linear growth trajectories
159
10.4 Critical reflections on stage models
163
10.5 Making sense of crisis in context
165
10.6 Managing growth dynamically
167
10.7 Managing growth through resilience
170
10.8 Summary and key learning points
174
10.9 Discussion questions
174
10.10 Further reading
175
11 New businesses and economic development
176
11.1 Introduction
176
11.2 Learning objectives
177
11.3 Policy initiatives 1970--2011
177
11.4 Initiatives to promote entrepreneurship
179
11.5 The GEM studies
183
11.6 Factors influencing new firm formation
188
11.7 The economic contribution of new businesses
192
11.8 Do new businesses create new jobs?
194
11.9 Summary and key learning points
197
11.10 Discussion questions
200
11.11 Further reading
200
11.12 Appendices
200
12 Conclusions: creating dynamic learning businesses
202
12.1 Introduction
202
12.2 Learning objectives
203
12.3 Theory, practice and learning
203
12.4 Resources, bootstrapping and bricolage
205
12.5 Conclusions
207
12.6 Key learning points
208
12.7 Discussion questions
209
Notes210
References212
Index245

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