A First Course in Entrepreneurship Fundamentals, Part I
National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) Journal, Summer/Fall 2010. www.nacce.com © Alex Stewart
This two-part article offers ideas for teaching students who are interested in entrepreneurship but unprepared for the widely-taught business plan course. Their lack of preparation is due less to a lack of business knowledge than it is to an awareness of their life and career needs and of the realities of entrepreneurial careers. Course content ideas are presented to help these students develop competencies in four areas: self-understanding, knowledge of entrepreneurial careers, a realistic sense of what ventures would work for them, and business-relevant creativity.
Alex Stewart. "A First Course in Entrepreneurship Fundamentals, Part I" National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) Journal (2010).
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