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entrepreneur

noun administrator, baron, business leader, businessman, businessperson, businesswoman, employer, enterpriser, exec, executive, financier, magnate, man of commerce, owner, producer, top executive, tycoon
Associated concepts: entrepreneur law, free trade
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If an entrepreneurial mindset is found to be a moderator, this finding can be considered during selection according to the level of creativity needed to fulfill or surpass the requirements of a particular position or to favorably complete a project.
As hypothesized, organizational readiness, entrepreneurial mindset, and industry competitiveness were positively associated with perceived strategic value of e-commerce with path coefficients of 0.
How might organizations of the citizen sector embrace entrepreneurial mindsets, or seek to incorporate the transformational models catalyzed by social entrepreneurs?
Starting a business is a challenge, but it is an achievable challenge and some young people have the entrepreneurial mindset from early on.
It can be an issue in the current climate that young people are struggling to gain part-time work to supplement their studies, or even finding it difficult to get into work following higher education, so having some basic business skills and an entrepreneurial mindset can really assist them.
The two-part learning initiative is designed to inspire and engage America's youth in the unlimited opportunities that an entrepreneurial mindset can provide.
Speaking on the occasion ,Dr Aziz said that the activities during Entrepreneur Week at NUML will provide students an opportunity to learn business tactics as they need to be self-starters and own an entrepreneurial mindset, regardless of the major they choose, the careers they pursue in life.
Contributors engaged in entrepreneurship programs at universities demonstrate how to implement such a program, arguing that the best approaches go beyond the start of a small business to include an entrepreneurial mindset and skill set for entrepreneurs, resource providers, suppliers, customers, and policy makers.
While these courses impart the necessary skills and have spurred independent startups on graduation, actively working through these complex processes inevitably imparts a range of higher management attitudes, perspectives and capabilities that contribute to an entrepreneurial mindset.
Among them: management of the venture-building business is fundamentally different from delivering an annual operating plan; new ventures and big companies have dramatically different perceptions of speed; and the entrepreneurial mindset is different from the corporate one.
central theme was "Partnership and an Entrepreneurial Mindset," stressing the importance of networking while in school, instead of waiting until one has earned an MBA.

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