Applying Blundel and Lockett’s Opportunity Business Model in practice in entrepreneurial theory. Exploring how Dimensions and Drivers influence entrepreneurial opportunities in practice. What is Blundel’s opportunity business model abd how do you apply it in practice?
Entrepreneurial theory in practice: Opprtunity Theory. How do you identify new entrepreneurial opportunities? Lumpkin. Groupthink.
Academic theory behind setting up a new venute business and applying entrepreneurial theory in practice. Creativity and Opportunity Theory, Porter’s Four Forces of Entrepreneurial Opportunity
Thinking of applying for a public sector job? How do you successfully apply for a public sector job? The application process for public sector jobs can be complicated, understanding how to complete the application can mean the difference between your application going in the bin, or getting an interview.
Ever had to deal with a difficult employee? Have to have a difficult conversation with a difficult employee? How do you have a ‘courageous conversation’ with a difficult member of staff and get your point across successfully? Step-by-step guidance for any manager to conduct a courageous conversations and deal with a difficult employee
Tired of hearing the phrase ‘lack of management experience’?
Thinking of studying an MBA? What’s it like to study for an MBA part-time while working full-time? What impact does it have on your social life and work? How do you become an MBA Jedi?
The theory behind stakeholder management. Who are stakeholders? What’s the difference between stakeholders and shareholders for businesses and organisations? All organisations need to be concerned about stakeholder relationships, whether private businesses, public sector organisations or third sector charities, stakeholder theory unites all. Milton Friedman, Edward Freeman, Starik, Drucker
Assessing the strategic industrial environment through Porter’s Five Forces assessment of the macro-environment and PESTLE. Porter’s 5 Forces: Competition, Consumers, Suppliers, New Entrants, Potential substitute products. PESTLE: Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal and Environmental
Applying motivational theory in the real world. Applying Herzberg’s dual factor theory in practice. Examples of motivational theory in practice. How to motivate staff so they perform better and produce more
Theory behind motivation to and how to create a the environment and conditions to motivate teams and staff to deliver their best. Maslow’s Heirarchy of Needs, Aldelfer’s ERG Needs, Herzberg’s Dual Factor Theory