Kadra, której można zaufać. Cechy dobrego przedsiębiorcy ukształtowanego w systemie edukacji

  • Katarzyna Maślanka Akademia Ekonomiczna w Katowicach, Katedra Przedsiębiorczości
Słowa kluczowe: kadra, przedsiębiorca, edukacja

Abstrakt

The success of an entrepreneur depends on his or her involvement and determination, thesense of responsibility, and his consistence in reaching the aim. An entrepreneur can see anopportunity, and at the same time he can recognize what is only a wishful thinking (a dream), andwhat is an idea worth bringing to life. He or she has also an open mind for the risk and theuncertain actions; in other words, he takes the risk, and the uncertainty into account as something that needs to be coped with by, for example, transferring the part of the risk to otherparticipants. An entrepreneur, when achieving success, relies on himself, is creative and flexible adapts himself to the changing demands, seeks confirmation to what he or she does, listens tocarefully and learns quickly. An entrepreneur is more active than an average person, and stron-gly motivated to become better and better. He or she is future oriented, can learn from others mistakes, and treats failures as just another experience, from which one can draw out constructive conclusions for future actions. What is equally important, entrepreneur does not takefailures personally. He or she can achieve all of this by getting a suitable level of education, andby certain experiences connected with the later, permanent education. If so, a following thehypothesis is in place: along with the level of the intellectual capital, the profit of the companyitself increases. The following paper will serve us as an attempt to explain the hypothesis.

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2008-01-01
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MaślankaK. (2008). Kadra, której można zaufać. Cechy dobrego przedsiębiorcy ukształtowanego w systemie edukacji. Przedsiębiorczość - Edukacja, 4, 260-265. https://doi.org/10.24917/563