BUS302 ENTREPRENEURSHIP T221
Assessment Type: Evaluating an entrepreneur - Individual Assessment – 2000 words +/- 10% report.
Purpose: This assessment is designed to allow students to critically evaluate an entrepreneur against entrepreneurship theory. This assessment relates to learning outcomes a, b, e.
Topic: Analyse an entrepreneur for their characteristics and traits, opportunity recognition, and idea development compared to entrepreneurial theory.
Task Details: Analyse a current entrepreneur from one of these countries: United Kingdom (UK), New Zealand (NZ), Japan. Critical analysis and reflection on relevant entrepreneurship theories required, not just a simple presentation of the entrepreneur’s biography.
Individual assignment, report format with headings and sub-headings, 1.5 spacing to be used. Suggested structure:
Research Requirements: Students need to support their analysis with references from the course text and a minimum of twelve (12) reliable, relevant and acceptable sources, among which at least half academic references needed; Anglia Harvard referencing style. All references used in the report MUST be in English – check with your tutor if you’re unsure of the validity or suitability of any source. Students seeking credit od above should support their analysis with a greater number of reference sources comparable to the grade they are seeking. Sources such as Wiki, scribed.com, docstore.com, etc are not considered acceptable sources and should not be used – reliance on such sources will result in a heavily reduced grade.
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