Structured Development Methodology*
"What's next, what's
missing, focus and direction " are the terms utilized in the design of a structured
development methodology for the venture, the vision, the entrepreneur and the window of
Consider it "entrepreneurial engineering" to build a successful business.
While it can be generalized that the essence of entrepreneurship is summarized as "find a need and fill it" or, more completely, "find a niche, make sales, manage to profits and repeat the process," each case, each entrepreneur and each opportunity are different, as are the individual resource mix, attributes and aptitude for the entrepreneurial process.
These variables, however, do reveal themselves when examined in the appropriate manner and may be quantified, refined and enhanced in such a way as to accelerate the capability of the entrepreneur and accelerate the growth of the venture within most market windows of opportunity.
Significant entrepreneurship research went into the development of this methodology and it has been field tested for accuracy for more than a quarter of a century.
The instructional method is not generalized. Rather it is constructed in a precise formula to build upon the unique strengths of the entrepreneur and improve upon those areas where the entrepreneur is less skilled, less strong or less knowledgeable.
The methodology then is
applied to the unique personality of the entrepreneur with corresponding training via
input with a professional
development coach, mentor
and advisory board to address
the aspects of the marketing, operations, administration and finance of the venture.
Does the Program work? Yes. Is the Program easy? No. Does the Program guarantee success? No. Does the Program increase the possibility of success, minimize risk and accelerate business/career growth? Yes, dramatically so.
To find out more about the Structured Development Methodology and the Entrepreneurial Development Program for your business idea, schedule an Entrepreneurial Assessment or call the Director of Research, C. Dean Kring at (713) 932-7495 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For our online clients, we'll design the structured development methodology for your business, career or project. Simply click on the link below to prepay, then call, e-mail or connect via Skype and we'll get started.
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