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Amity MBA 4 Sem in Entrepreneurship and leadership Solve Assignment For Managing Corporate Entrepreneurship

ASSIGNMENT-A

1.What are small industries Development Corporation ?

2.Explain various types of rural enterpreneurship ?

3.Explain future for intrapreneurs

4.Discuss the concept of Corporate enterpreneurship ?

5.Explain nature of international entrepreneurship ?

6.Explain about Life cycle of Intrapreneur?

7.Discuss Characteristics or qualities of successful Enterpreneur?

8.Distinction between Entreprenurship and Intrapreneurship?

ASSIGNMENT-B

Case Detail : 

 

1.53 Case Study

Successful Entrepreneurship Economics (South East Asian Miracles )

In the past four decades, a number of East Asian economies have recorded extremely high rates of economic growth and achieved spectacular improvements in the quality of life. Some, particularly the newly industrialized economies (NIEs) such as Hong Kong, China; Singapore; Taipei, China; and the Republic of Korea (henceforth referred to as

Korea), have telescoped into a single generation a process of socioeconomic development that took the advanced economies of Western Europe centuries to achieve. The dramatic improvement in the quality of life that accompanied this miraculous economic transformation has virtually abolished extreme poverty in these societies. A number of Southeast Asian economies, such as Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia, have also made impressive strides in economic development that have resulted in a rapid reduction in poverty and brisk social development. Even though the 1997.98 financial crisis undid some of the economic advances these economies had made, their achievements in improving the quality of life of the general populace remain largely unscathed. Growth has by and large resumed in all the crisis economies except Indonesia, albeit more slowly than before. The case of Indonesia is somewhat complex. It has had to cope not only with the rough and tumble of the financial crisis, but also with the difficult process of transition from a stable authoritarian regime to a raucous democracy, intertwined with insurgencies and civil war. While jolted by the crisis, the socioeconomic transformation of these economies henceforth collectively referred to as the miracle economies that has unfolded over the last 40 years has been singularly impressive, and has understandably attracted wide academic and policy interest.

However, developing Asia is also home to the majority of the world´s poor. When one juxtaposes this fact against the performance of the miracle economies and their enormous strides in poverty reduction, one is struck by the stark contrast that Asia offers. Despite some progress in recent decades, South Asia remains th^ bastion of poverty in both Asia and the world. One in three Indians still falls below the national poverty line, and almost one in two would be classified as poor based on the US$1 per day international poverty line, and the extent of poverty in Bangladesh and Nepal exceeds that in India. 1 This sharp contrast between East Asia and South Asia is also apparent when considering other aspects of the quality of life, not just income poverty.


The spectacular performance of the miracle economies has spawned an extensive economic literature, including a number of well-known, oft-cited studies initiated by the multilateral development institutions such as the World Bank (1993) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) (1997). One principal purpose of these studies has been to derive lessons about accelerating growth and reducing poverty that might be applicable elsewhere. This study, which compares the social development of the miracle economies and South Asia, seeks to explore whether lessons learned from the experiences of East Asia can be applied to chart a similar path of success for South Asia.

1.Discuss about the south East Asian Miracles regarding entrepreneurship.

2.The spectacular performance of the miracle economies has spawned and extensive economic literature". Discuss?

3.Nil

ASSIGNMENT-C

 Question No: 1

190148

1)Agricultural financing on the intrapreneurship ecosystem can be fostered in many alliances, and venture capital investment.

True

False

Question No: 2

190149

The learning cycle of the intrapreneurship ecosystem can be fostered in many ways including from direct experience, internal human capital strategic alliances, and venture capital investment.

True

False

Question No: 3

190150

A global entrepreneur focuses on the well-being of his or her employees and acts as a nuturing coach

True

False

Question No: 4

190151

Firms funded from the informal risk-capital market frequently raise second and third - round financing from professional venture-capital firms or the public -equity market.

Ture

False

Question No: 5

190152

Despite being misunderstood by and virtually inaccessible to, many entrepreneurs, the informal investment market contains the largest pool of risk capital.

True

False

Question No: 6

190153

Who is creative human act involving the mobilization of resources from one level of productive use to a higher level of use?

Manager

Entrepreneurship

Chairman

All of the above

Question No: 7

190154

The innovation centre provides____________________

Theological evaluation

Entrepreneurial assessment

All of the above

Question No: 8

190155

Which of the following is the most difficult to obtain, with the most likely source being the informal risk-capital market?

Seed Capital

Start-up capital

Both A & B

None of these

Question No: 9

190156

The transformation of opportunity into performnce is contingent on several factors like……………………..

Industry attractiveness

Strategy

Execution and required resources

All of the above

Question No: 10

190157

Which of the folowwing means a programme conducted to help a person in strengthening his entrepreneurial motive and in acquring skill and capabilities required for promoting and running an enterprise efficiently?

Entrepreneurial Development Programme

Managerial Development Programme

ndustrial Development Programme

None of the these

Question No: 11

190158

Who is well informed, draws upon the advice and services of experts and introduces changes that reflect complete break from the existing scheme of enterprise?

Cognitive manager

Cognitive entrepreneur

none of these

Both a and b

Question No: 12

190159

Which of the following is an annual international survey of entrepreneurial activity in some 40 countries is that informal sources of finance overwhelm formal ones?

Global Enterprise Monitor (GEM)

Golden Enterprise Monitor (GEM)

Global Enterprise Moment (GEM)

All of the above

Question No: 13

190160

Who is the crucila for large companies, enabling these organizations that are traditionally a verse to risk-taking to innovate, driving leaders and teams towards an increased level of corporate enterprising?

Corporate Entrepreneurship

Business entreprenurship

Community entreprenurship

None of these

Question No: 14

190161

Business angels collectively make-up what is termed the____________

Formal venture capital market

Informal venture capital market

Capital Market

All of the above

Question No: 15

190162

Ratan Tata retired from all executive responsibility in the Tata Group on __________

28 Dec 2012

28 Dec 2013

20 Dec 2012

21 Dec 2012

Question No: 16

190163

Who prevails in a business where internal operations of the business encourage people to be creative and innovative?

Intrapreneurship

Entrepreneurship

Both a and b

All of the above

Question No: 17

190164

The intrapreneur focuses on ______________

Innovation

Creativity

Transforms an idea into a profitable venture

All of the above

Question No: 18

190165

Which of the following is defined as the "valuse and beliefs shared by personnel in a organization?

Organizational culture

Corporate Culture

Organizational change

None of these

Question No: 19

190166

Which of the following is the foundation that helps members of the organiztion generates ideas?

Innovative environment

Organizational culture

Corporate Culture

Organizational change

Question No: 20

190167

Venture financing is the capital that the company commits to the _____________

Existing venture

New venture

Old venture

All of the above

Question No: 21

190168

Intrapreneurship involves willingness to lake responsibility and ability to put mind to a task and see it through from inception to completion

True

False

Question No: 22

190169

The transformation of opportunity into performance is contingent on several factors like industry attractiveness, stragegy, execution and required resources.

True

False

Question No: 23

190170

Intrapreneurship is ubiquitous and is reflected in all the major dimensions of civilization viz. social, political and economic.

True

False

Question No: 24

190171

Educational systems must be as concerned with famity and community health as they are with individual students in classrooms.

True

False

Question No: 25

190172

The Rational entrepreneur is well informed about the general economic conditions and introduces changes, which look more revolutionary

True

False

Question No: 26

190173

Cognitive entrepreneur is well informed, draws upon the advice and services of experts and introduces changes that reflect complete break from the existing scheme of enterprise.

True

False

Question No: 27

190174

Intrapreneurship prevails ina a business where internal operations of the business encourage people to be creative and innovative.

True

False

Question No: 28

190175

The skills and tasks are very strategic to the overall performance of the organisation since they posses´ unique attributes.

True

False

Question No: 29

190176

An organisation therefore needs to bring out new changes that will enable such workers have are trained stay in the organisation.

True

False

Question No: 30

190177

Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy commonly referred to as Narayana Murthy, is an Indian IT industrialist and the co-founder of Infosys, a multinational corporation providing business consulting, technology, engineering, and outsourcing services.

True

False

Question No: 31

190178

Financial sector plays an indispensable role in the overall development of a country.

True

False

Question No: 32

190179

Industrial Finance Corporation of Inda Ltd(IFCL Ltd.) was the first development finance institution set up in 1948 under the IFCI Actin order to pioneer long-term institutional credit to medium and large industries.

True

False

Question No: 33

190180

...................is an indian industrialist and the chairman of the Aditya Birla Group, one of the largest conglomerate corporation in india

Ganshyam Dass Birla

Manohar Lal Birla

Kumar Mangalam Birla

G D Birla

Question No: 34

190181

..................... is the introduction of new ideas, good srvices and practices that are intended to be useful

Entrepreneurship

Innovation

Ideas

Education

Question No: 35

190182

The entrepreneur’s_______________ depends on his perception of theopportunity.

Commitment to opportunity

Commitment of resources

Control of resources

Strategic orientation

Question No: 36

190183

Which of the following is alternatively called corporate venturing?

Entrepreneurship

Intrapreneurship

Act of stating a new venture

Offering new products by an existing company

Question No: 37

190184

The activities which occur when the new venture is started are called:

Motivation

Goal orientation

Departure point

Business skills

Question No: 38

190185

The creative process for problem solving that involves making the strange familiar in first step and then making the familiar strange through personal, direct or symbolic analogy is called

Synectics

Gordon method

Checklist method

Scientific method

Question No: 39

190186

Having more than 50% ownership position that provides the entrepreneur with managerial control is called......................

joint venture

Majority interest

Horizontal merger

Diversified activity merger

Question No: 40

190187

Which one of the following best represents the environment of an entrepreneurial

oriented organization?

Corporate culture

Entrepreneurial culture

Intrapreneurial culture

Traditional culture

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