Entrepreneur training needs analysis : implications on the entrepreneurial skills needed for successful entrepreneurs

Jusoh, Rosnani and Ziyae, Babak and Asimiran, Soaib and Abdul Kadir, Suhaida (2010) Entrepreneur training needs analysis : implications on the entrepreneurial skills needed for successful entrepreneurs. In: 2010 International Business & Economic Research Conference, 11-13 October 2010, Nevada, Las Vegas, USA.

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This paper is one of the outcomes of the study from interview of 30 entrepreneurs in Malaysia, investigating the business competencies needed for successful in their business. In the paper, the training needs of entrepreneurs are identified and analysed with respect to a number of issues affecting business such as creativity and innovation, sources of business finance, accounting skills, financial management, areas in which the entrepreneurs find it difficult to acquire knowledge. The study confirm the view of entrepreneurship education makes a significant different in the performance of entrepreneurs, with entrepreneurs expressing a need for further training and education in specific business issues.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Keyword:Entrepreneurship education, Training needs analysis, Business competencies
Subject:Businesspeople - Malaysia - Case studies
Subject:Training needs - Malaysia - Case studies
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Educational Studies
ID Code:11738
Deposited By: Samsida Samsudin
Deposited On:14 Apr 2011 07:46
Last Modified:08 Nov 2013 08:15

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