Enterpriship – the art and science of entrepreneurship, leadership, and management

Credo for success – the enterpriship model for entrepreneurship, leadership, and management

The enterpriship manifesto – seven guiding principles for building enterprises and societies

Highlights of entrepreneurship, leadership, and management – the disciplines of enterpriship

What disciplines do entrepreneurs, lifestyle enterprise owners, and executives really have to know?

Balancing inter-personal skills with professional skills

Understanding individual competencies to build successful personal and professional relationships

Applying individual competencies to employment, entrepreneurship, and investment opportunities

The framework for building sustainable advantage

Building sustainable advantage from vision to value

Enterprise styles – lifestyle and upwardly mobile

Enterprises, entities, and all that

Characteristics of corporations, enterprises, companies, and businesses

Stewardship – the responsibility for the performance of an enterprise and the delivery of value

Intrapreneurship – fostering change within established enterprises

Exploring the entrepreneurial role – transforming innovative ideas into value

Exploring the leadership role – setting direction that others will follow to achieve results

Exploring the managerial role – applying resources to activities to achieve results

Strength of the management team – the key to attracting investors

Culture – the consequence of governance and the team at the top

Ideation – it’s a great idea for transforming innovation into value

Strategy to budget – seven types of plans for building sustainable advantage

Strategic positioning from point to point

Narrowing the gap – formulating constitutency-based strategy

Values-based governance disciplines

Values, purpose and direction – building aspirational advantage

Guiding principles for achieving performance excellence

Evaluating opportunities and threats  – three key questions

Organizing functional knowledge and  technical skills to deliver value

Enterprise function model

Constituencies – enterprises can’t exist without them

Architecting processes from beginning to end

Products and/or services  – defining “service-oriented” products  and the related role of technology

Product and enterprise institutionalization – striving to last indefinitely

Playing to win – strategy to build competitive, collaborative, and cooperative advantage

The Duplicable Principle – earning value  through growth reliably

Utilizing capital effectively – the foundation for building sustainable advantage

Understanding financial, managerial, and regulatory  accounting and reporting concepts

Navigating the enterprise development life cycle

Migrating through the change response cycle from comfort zone to comfort zone

Criteria For Sustainability – Are Decisions Responsible – Environmentally? Economically? Socially?

Systematizing the Debt Collection Process

Data Arteries – Enabling Business Strategy Through Information Technology

The individual or the enterprise – seven key factors for building relationships

Building strong relationships – four stages of development,  four phases of connection

Appointed and Emergent Leaders – Competence, Commitment, and Respect

Principles of Self Management – Strengthening Anticipation, Deliberation, and Stress Tolerance

Two Levels of Leadership – “Big Picture” and “Task”

The Case For Teamwork – Together Everyone Achieves More

Striving for excellence through high performance teams

Self motivation – leaders can’t lead without it

Building and maintaining team motivation and momentum

Association, opportunity, incentives, and fear – how leadership and sales disciplines are related

Three secrets to becoming a successful entrepreneur

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