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Entrepreneurship: Theory, Process, and Practice, Sixth Edition
by Donald F. Kuratko and Richard M. Hodgetts
Prepared by Donald F. Kuratko, Ball State University
Powerpoint slides are available for use by students as an aid to note-taking, and by instructors for enhancing their lectures. There will be approximately 10 slides for each chapter consisting of lecture outlines, figures, and tables from the text. Available only on the product support web site.
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How to Write a Case Analysis
In most entrepreneurship courses, cases are used extensively as a teaching tool. A key reason is that cases allow opportunities to identify and solve organizational problems through use of the strategic analysis process.
Thus, by analyzing cases and presenting the results, students learn how to effectively use the tools, techniques, and concepts that are needed to resolve issues involved with new and emerging ventures.