NEW MULTIMEDIA LEARNING FROM CAPTUS PRESS
Aboriginal Entrepreneurship and Business Development
Multimedia Learning by Robert Brent Anderson
Now Available !
Entrepreneurship and new venture creation signify a response to the emerging needs systemic of a continuously changing world. This learning resource positions Aboriginal entrepreneurship within the context of entrepreneurship at large. Anderson begins by addressing the nature of new business creations, questioning its methods, and discussing the skills and abilities required to successfully begin and continue operating a new venture. Essentially, Anderson attempts to identify what Aboriginal people expect to gain from entrepreneurship and how the practices of business development can be shaped to suit the needs and circumstances of Aboriginal people in Canada.
This learning material consists of 12 major units, which comprise a total of 16 hours of rich multimedia. These lectures also consider two major aspects of entrepreneurship: opportunity identification, and the management tools and techniques necessary to create and operate successful new venture.
Throughout the lectures, selected cases are discussed, thereby, providing insight into an Aboriginal perspective. In addition, there are exercises to facilitate the understanding of management skills needed to ensure the success of a venture.
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