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Part A The Entrepreneurial Perspectives

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Sectoral Studies ? Overview, SWOT Analysis, Government Initiatives,. Case, Entrepreneurial Opportunities. 6. Business Ethics and Entrepreneurship

    Part A: The Entrepreneurial Perspectives

Sr.No. Topics Reference

    1. Concept of Entrepreneur, Enterprise and Hisrich & Peters Chapter.1

    Entrepreneurship

    2. Theories of Entrepreneurship Hisrich & Peters Chapter.1 3. Advantages of Entrepreneurship to Self

    and the Nation

     4. Characteristics of an Entrepreneur Hisrich & Peters Chapter.3 5. Who can be an Entrepreneur

    6. Entrepreneurial Personality Hisrich & Peters Chapter.3 7. Entrepreneurial Decision Process Hisrich & Peters Chapter.1 8. Entrepreneurial Background & Hisrich & Peters Chapter.3

    Characteristics

    9. Gender issue in Entrepreneurship Hisrich & Peters Chapter.3 10. Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic Hisrich & Peters Chapter.1

    Development

    11. Entrepreneurship Development and Article of JCS

    Management Students

    12. Managers Vs. Entrepreneurs Hisrich & Peters Chapter.2 13. Environmental Factors related to Article of JCS

    Entrepreneurship

    14. Factors favouring Entrepreneurship

    15. Creativity Hisrich & Peters Chapter.5 16. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Peter Drucker’s Book 17. Intrapreneurship Hisrich & Peters Chapter2 &

    Article of JCS 18. International Entrepreneurship Hisrich & Peters Chapter4 19. Entrepreneurial Cycle Video film of NIESBUD

    Part B: The Entrepreneurial Environment

    Sr.No. Topics Reference

    1. Policy Perspectives in India to promote Article of JCS

    Entrepreneurship

    2. Entrepreneurship Development Khanka Chapter8

    Programmes

    3. Concessions and Incentives for SSI Management of SSI JCS 4. Support Organizations for an Entrepreneur Management of SSI JCS

    and their Role

    5. Legal Framework for starting a Management of SSI JCS

    Business/Industry in India

    Part C: The Enterprise Launching

Sr.No. Topics Reference

    1. Product Identification Video film of NIESBUD &

    Hisrich & Peters Chapter 5 2. Developing a Project Report / Business Video film of NIESBUD &

    Plan Hisrich & Peters Chapter 7 3. Quick- Start Routes for Starting a Article of JCS

    Business

    (a) Franchise

    (b) Acquisitions

    (c) Ancillarization

    4. Business Financing including Venture Article of JCS

    Capital Funding

    5. Managing early growth of a Business Hisrich & Peters Chapter14 6. Business Incubation Programmes Article of JCS 7. New Venture expansion Strategies and Hisrich & Peters Chapter15

    Issues

    Part D: Self-Study and Presentations

Sr.No. Topics

    1. Comparison of Male & Female Entrepreneurs

    2. Profile of an average Indian Female Entrepreneur

    3. Comparison Entrepreneurs and Managers

    4. Comparison Entrepreneurs and administrators

    5. Sectoral Studies Overview, SWOT Analysis, Government Initiatives,

    Case, Entrepreneurial Opportunities

    6. Business Ethics and Entrepreneurship

    TEACHING PLAN: ENTREPRENEURSHIP MANAGEMENT

    Prepared by Prof. J.C.Saboo Part A: The Entrepreneurial Perspectives

    Sr.No. Topics 1. Concept of Entrepreneur, Enterprise and

    Entrepreneurship

    2. Theories of Entrepreneurship 3. Advantages of Entrepreneurship to Self

    and the Nation

     4. Characteristics of an Entrepreneur 5. Who can be an Entrepreneur 6. Entrepreneurial Personality 7. Entrepreneurial Decision Process 8. Entrepreneurial Background &

    Characteristics

    9. Gender issue in Entrepreneurship 10. Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic

    Development

    11. Entrepreneurship Development and

    Management Students

    12. Managers Vs. Entrepreneurs 13. Environmental Factors related to

    Entrepreneurship

    14. Factors favouring Entrepreneurship 15. Creativity 16. Innovation and Entrepreneurship 17. Intrapreneurship 18. International Entrepreneurship 19. Entrepreneurial Cycle

    Part B: The Entrepreneurial Environment

    Sr.No. Topics 1. Policy Perspectives in India to promote

    Entrepreneurship

    2. Entrepreneurship Development

    Programmes

    3. Concessions and Incentives for SSI 4. Support Organizations for an Entrepreneur

    and their Role

    5. Legal Framework for starting a

    Business/Industry in India

    Part C: The Enterprise Launching

Sr.No. Topics

    1. Product Identification 2. Developing a Project Report / Business

    Plan

    3. Quick- Start Routes for Starting a

    Business

    (d) Franchise

    (e) Acquisitions

    (f) Ancillarization

    4. Business Financing including Venture

    Capital Funding

    5. Managing early growth of a Business 6. Business Incubation Programmes 7. New Venture expansion Strategies and

    Issues

    Part D: Self-Study and Presentations

Sr.No. Topics

    1. Comparison of Male & Female Entrepreneurs

    2. Profile of an average Indian Female Entrepreneur

    3. Comparison Entrepreneurs and Managers

    4. Comparison Entrepreneurs and administrators

    5. Sectoral Studies Overview, SWOT Analysis, Government Initiatives,

    Case, Entrepreneurial Opportunities

    6. Business Ethics and Entrepreneurship

    TEACHING PLAN FOR “ENTREPRENEURSHIP (6.1)”: T.Y.BMS

    01. Concept of Entrepreneur, Enterprise and Entrepreneurship 02. Theories of Entrepreneurship

    03. Advantages of Entrepreneurship to Self and the Nation 04. Characteristics of an Entrepreneur

    05. Who can be an Entrepreneur

    06. Entrepreneurial Personality

    07. Entrepreneurial Decision Process

    08. Entrepreneurial Background & Characteristics 09. Gender issue in Entrepreneurship

    10. Comparison: Male & Female Entrepreneurs 11. Profile of an average Indian Female Entrepreneur 12. Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic Development 13. Entrepreneurship Development and Management Students 14. Comparison: Managers & Entrepreneurs 15. Comparison: Entrepreneurs & Administrators 16. Environmental Factors related to Entrepreneurship 17. Factors favouring Entrepreneurship

    18. Creativity

    19. Innovation and Entrepreneurship

    20. Intrapreneurship

    21. International Entrepreneurship

    22. Entrepreneurial Cycle

    23. Business Ethics and Entrepreneurship

    24. Policy Perspectives in India to promote Entrepreneurship 25. Entrepreneurship Development Programmes 26. Product Identification

    27. Developing a Project Report / Business Plan 28. Quick- Start Routes for Starting a Business

    a. Franchise

    b. Acquisitions

    c. Ancillarization

    29. Venture Capital Funding and Entrepreneurship 30. Entrepreneurial Failures

    31. Growth of an Enterprise

    32. Sectoral Studies Overview, SWOT Analysis, Government Initiatives, Case,

    Entrepreneurial Opportunities

    33. Profile of Successful Entrepreneurs

     Entrepreneurship Management: Suggested Reading References by Prof. J C Saboo

    Sr. Title Author Publisher 1 Entrepreneurship Hisrich & Peters Tata McGraw Hill 2 Entrepreneurship Management Dr. P.N.Singh & Prof. Dr. P.N.Singh Centre for HRD

    J.C.Saboo

    3 Small Business Management Megginson, Byrd & Irwin McGraw Hill

    - An Entrepreneur’s Guide Book Megginson

    4 Entrepreneurship Development Colombo Plan Staff Tata McGraw Hill

    College

    5 Entrepreneurship Development S.S. Khanka S. Chand 6 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Peter F.Drucker Harper & Row 7 Business Maharajas Gita piramal Viking Penguin India 8 Business Legends Gita Piramal Viking 9 Managing Radical Change Sumantra Ghoshal Viking

    &Gita Piramal

    10 A Business of Her Own Anuradha K Rajivan East West Books 11 Business @ Home Dr. Vaijyanti Pandit Vikas 12 Built to Last Jim Collins & Jerry I Harper Business

    Porrras

    13 Good to Great Jim Collins Harper Business 14 Passion to Win Abad Ahmad & O. P. Excel Books

    Chopra

    15 Business @ Speed of Thought Bill Gates Penguin Books 16 Beyond The Last Blue Mountain R M Lala Penguin

    A Life of JRD Tata

    17 Beyond Boundaries Swaraj Paul Penguin 18 Entrepreneurship The Social View Richard Swedberg Oxford 19 The Entrepreneurial Connection Gurmeet Narola Tata McGraw Hill 20 Entrepreneuring - 10 Commandments Steven C Brandt Business Publications Inc.

    for Building a Growth Company

    21 The Entrepreneur’s Road to Business John O Graybill American Management

    Success & Personal Freedom Association 22 Entrepreneurship-strategies & Marc J. Dollinger Pearson Education

    Resources

    23 Entrepreneurial Management Robert J. Calvin Tata McGraw 24 The Young Man Entering Business Orison Swett marden Nesma Books India 25 Making Growth Happen Dr. S J Phansalkar Sage Publications 26 How Not to Ruin Your Small Dr S J Phansalkar Sage Publications

    Business

    27 The New Rules John F Kotter The Free Press 28 Design Your Career Shrinivas Pandit Tata McGraw Hill 29 Thought Leaders Shrinivas Pandti Tata McGraw Hill 30 Intrapreneuring Gifford Panchot Harper & Row 31 Who Moved My Cheese? Dr Spencer Johnson Vermilon 32 How to Prepare Business Plan? Matthew Record Jaico 33 How to Start Your Own Business? Jim Green Jaico 34 BMA Review Vol.II, No.4 July 2000 Issue BMA

    Syllabus for MMS (Rearranged by Prof. J.C.Saboo)

     Part-A Entrepreneurship Perspectives:

    1 Concept of Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise:

     Advantage of Entrepreneurship.

    2 Nature and Development of Entrepreneurship

    3 Gender issues in Entrepreneurship

    4 Dynamic Role of Small Business / Industry in Economic Development

    5 Personality of Entrepreneur / Intrapreneur

    6 Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Part-B The Entrepreneurial Environment

    1 Policy Perspective in India to Promote Entrepreneurship

    2 Support Organization for an Entrepreneur and their Role

    3 Concessions and Incentives for an Entrepreneur

    4 Legal frame work for Starting a Business/ Industry

     in India.

    5 Entrepreneurship Development Programmes Business Incubation

     Programmes

    6 Analysis of Business Opportunities in Different Sectors of Economy at

    National and Global Levels

Part-C The Enterprise Launching

    1 Product Identification

    2 Developing a Business Plan

    3 Quick-Start Route to Establish an Enterprise (Franchising,

     Ancillarizing and Acquisition)

    4 Business Financing including Venture Capital Finance

    5 Managing early Growth of a Business.

    6 New Venture Expansion Strategies and Issues

Reference Text recommended by the University of Mumbai

    1. Beyond Entrepreneurship By James C. Collins and William C. Lazier

    2. Entrepreneurship Management By P.N. Singh and J.C.Saboo

    3. Dynamics of Entrepreneurship Development By Vasant Desai

    4. Entrepreneurship Development in India By Bishwanath Ghosh

    5. Literature Published by Support Institutions, viz,

    i) SIICOM, ii) SIDBI iii) MSSIDC iv) NSIC v) SISI vi) MIDC etc.

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