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Entrepreneurial Effecutation at the "Sub-unit" Level

Posted By Steve Tincher Ph.D., Monday, March 2, 2015
Updated: Monday, March 2, 2015

The Faculty Entrepreneurship Summit Planning Committee is threading a pragmatic application of Entrepreneurial Effectuation throughout the Summit content (launching and marketing Entrepreneurship certificates). It is interesting to note, that the Effectuation process is also evident in the Planning Committee work (see chart below). I had not considered application at this specific “subunit” level. Too micro for the application (?) - doesn't appear "to be"! 

Entrepreneurial Effectuation

Planning for Faculty Entrepreneurial Summit

Bird In Hand

Coleman Grant, Cook Center for Entrepreneurship at Ivy Tech Bloomington, Ivy Tech Bloomington hosting the event, 14 ENTR faculty members, Commission for Higher Ed. and Dept. of Ed. approval of the Certificates

Affordable Loss

Opportunity cost of human capital invested in the planning

Crazy Quilt

Coleman Foundation, Local entrepreneurs linkages with the College program, marketing department, NACCE, 14 regions

Lemonade

Change in initial plan for keynote, new keynote emphasis will focus on direct application of Effectuation for specifically launching the new certificates, familiarly/experience of the keynote with community college context

Pilot-in-Plane

Control of the Summit focus and outcome toward launching/marketing the program/certificates, agenda

Tags:  Sub-unit Effectuation 

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