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Author: Jack M. Kaplan
ISBN: 047129456X
Pages: 304 pages
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (February 14, 2001)
Language: English
Category: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
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e-Book Getting Started in Entrepreneurship epub download

by Jack M. Kaplan



Jack Kaplan is an entrepreneur‘s entrepreneur. Getting Started in Entrepreneurship is a guidebook of experience and wisdom from the inception of an idea to starting a business.

Jack Kaplan is an entrepreneur‘s entrepreneur. His book reflects his in-the-trenches experience and provides practical wisdom for anyone launching a company. Read this and get started right!"––Ray Smilor, Vice President, Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jack is not only a successful entrepreneur, but also a student and teacher of entrepreneurship. This is an important book about the science of entrepreneurship.

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Kaplan is the author of Getting Started in Entrepreneurship published by John Wiley & Sons in January 2001. His previous book, Smart Cards: The Global Information Passport, and articles have appeared in Technology News and Crain's of New York. His professional Seminar experience includes conducting courses for Fortune 500 companies. The list includes MIT Enterprise Forum, Aetna Insurance Company, Panasonic Global Sales Group, and Johnson & Johnson in New Product Strategies.

Jack Kaplan is both an academic and a practicing entrepreneur. He is also President and founder of Datamark Technologies, and author of Getting Started in Entrepreneurship. He teaches in the graduate school of business at the Entrepreneurship Center at Columbia University. He has extensive teaching and industry experience. Newsweek recently recognized Penn State, where Dr. Warren teaches, as having the hottest Entrepreneurship Program in the country. Дополнительное описание: Small Business and Entrepreneurship

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"Jack Kaplan is an entrepreneur's entrepreneur. His book reflects his in-the-trenches experience and provides practical wisdom for anyone launching a company. Read this and get started right!"--Ray Smilor, Vice President, Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership "Jack is not only a successful entrepreneur, but also a student and teacher of entrepreneurship. Getting Started in Entrepreneurship is a guidebook of experience and wisdom from the inception of an idea to starting a business. This is an important book about the science of entrepreneurship."--Kevin O' Connor, Chairman, DoubleClick Inc. "If you want to start a business but have no time for an MBA, all you'll need is in this book. It's full of up-to-date, easy-to-understand information that will save you time and money. Don't put it on your shelf. Put it beside your bed for those sleepless nights that are part of the entrepreneurial journey."--Professor Murray Low, Executive Director, Eugene M. Lang Center for Entrepreneurship at Columbia Business School "Jack brings a unique perspective to the world of entrepreneurship; his success in his own business has taught him what needs to be done to build a business; his years as a judge for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year award program have given him a close-up view of how others have succeeded; and his years as a business school professor have taught him how to organize, summarize, and share that knowledge. The road to entrepreneurial success starts here; read this book!"--Ralph A. Subbiondo, Partner, Ernst & Young's Entrepreneurial Services Group
Dakora
Exactly what I thought it would be. I will definitely recommend this to others. I have no complaints with the order.
Pruster
The book is excellent for an entrepreneur. It is very easy to read and understand and it takes the entrepreneur from start to finish and beyond. This is a keeper.
Alister
I was amazed that I found the book for my class at a cheaper rate. It was used, but I could not tell, it was in brand new shape. The book arrived just in time. I was also very happy with the prompt shipping. I will shop on amazon in the near future!
Mataxe
I am Professor Jack Bloom, and I have taught entrepreneurship at NYU, Pace and Beijing University. Kaplan and Warren Patterns of Entrepreneurship is the outstanding textbook in the field. I have used it in my undergraduate Entrepreneurship and Venture Initiation Class for a number of years. Students have found it very helpful. The powerpoint slides are very helpful teaching tools. I do not find the Neoforma master case helpful and substitute a number of Harvard cases such as Walnut Ventures, Vinod Khosla and Sun Microsystems, China Baby Food, and Google for the Neoforma case. I also add Art of the Start first 75 pages and selections from Do More Faster. But Kaplan is unique and I especially like the entrepreneurial self-assessment, and explanation of innovation and evaluating venture potential. I have compared the book with a number of others and it is the best one.
generation of new
I bought the computer version of this book. The software containing the textbook is slow, unmanageable and unintuitive. However, the text is very useful and cases are interesting. From the tests I was given in class, that were taken directly from the book, I can say that the book was not put together in earnest. It appears that the tests/answers were not thoroughly checked and this makes me question the quality of the rest of book. By giving it 4 stars I'm in fact rating the text as opposed to rating my experience with the computer version of the book. I would give that 2 stars at most.
Buridora
I purchased this book for the Entrepreneurship course for the MBA program at Columbia Business School. There are hundreds of entrepreneurship books out there, but this book is truly differentiated from the rest of the crowd because it is written by Professor Kaplan. Professor Kaplan has taught many of the successful entrepreneurs and top business school students. He has proven track record for his own venture activities. His amazing network of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, angels, and other entrepreneurship organizations has helped the class to learn tremendously and gain confidence to start our own ventures. For those who can't take his course, getting this book will be like taking his course indirectly. The book will provide detailed concepts required for a successful entrepreneur based on his teaching, real world experience, and industry network. His course, which is accurately summarized in this book, was by far the best course I took at Columbia Business School for my MBA degree. Therefore, I recommend this book with my utmost confidence. This book has saved me from repeating common mistakes for starting my own venture and guided me with step-by-step road map to follow.
Morlunn
Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management is a must have resource for anyone who is considering a career in entrepreneurship. As a successful entrepreneur, Professor Jack Kaplan gives the reader the essential building blocks required of any venture. The book patiently walks the reader through the various steps of starting a business, from identifying a viable opportunity to creating a business plan to obtaining funding. Professor Kaplan offers his own advice in order to guide the reader in avoiding common pitfalls of starting and growing a business.

This book also allows the reader to enjoy the experience of having Professor Kaplan as a Professor. As a former student of Professor Kaplan at Columbia Business School, I appreciate how the book explains key concepts in a thorough and detailed manner. Moreover, the text is interspersed with helpful diagrams that help the reader in applying the material. I consider this book to be among the most valuable resources that I took away from business school.
As a business consultant and entrepreneur, I have found Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management to provide a comprehensive roadmap for both starting a business venture and for assisting start-ups and small businesses in assessing their business model and business plan. It is essential in avoiding many of the pitfalls that business owners often make that lead to failure. Unlike many other books that brush this topic, Jack Kaplan's book covers the "how to" and provides real world examples and granularity of detail.

I recently participated in Jack's class in the EMBA program at Columbia Business School and found it to be practical, enlightening, and fun. For those of you who will not have the opportunity, read the book. You will not be disappointed.