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ASSESSMENT COVER SHEET
Case Study 1
Unit Number and Title
PRT503 Entrepreneurship for Professionals
Mr. Jamal El-Den
07 August 2014
Office use only
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Do you really think that entrepreneurs think effectually? What about yourself-do you sometimes think effectually? In what ways is it good? Then why are we taught in business classes to always think causally?
Solution: According to me, it is true that entrepreneurs think effectually. An entrepreneurial mindset focuses more on effectual thinking than causal thinking. Effectual thinking plays a vital role in starting a new business venture. Entrepreneurs have hidden talent of creativity and imagination in them which help them in finding many diverse ways to achieve success. They...