June 06, 2011

Establishing an Excellent Entrepreneurial Venture

Project days on..

Just thought I'd share my experience of working on the project of visualizing an entrepreneurial venture.. Must say, it is a real difficult task for somebody like me who hardly has any work experience, to visualize the working of an entire business, that I am supposed to lead. With nothing materialised in front of my eyes, it is hard to imagine what should it look like, what should be the culture, where am I in the picture, will it work, where to find the people, what will the scene be few months hence..!?

And in the course of this visualization, I see various aspects of MBE modules running through my mind continuously.. It is like an automatic search engine that has been fixed in my mind which googles through the knowledge base and gives me thousands of results of the form 'Have you thought about this!?'

Since we've learned through case studies of existing companies, and ofcourse our beloved WaveRiders, what I am trying now is thinking of how these troubles can be eradicated from the root, trying to foolproof.. Though its not possible and there is always scope for improvement, but atleast now that i have the opportunity to carve a business the way I want it to be, it should atleast live upto the full utilization of my current knowledge.. And an integral part of this is, making inherent in the business, to keep learning..

If nothing else works, atleast this will..

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  1. Nice point here…........... I agree that aspects of MBE as well knowledge that we have gained come in our minds. . . . I have used a lot of things that i have learnt in our PMAs and in my projects as welll…......... I hope that in real world we will do the same. . . . It is not much left in three months of know most of us we willl be working…....... :)

    06 Jun 2011, 08:47

  2. To help you visualise how businesses work, if you can imagine how MBE-like business would look like, imagine something opposite (with some areas better, some worse) and here you go ;) That won’t be applicable to all companies but most I’ve seen so far were like that.

    12 Jun 2011, 11:11

  3. Thanks guys, for your inputs..
    You’re probably right.. that is the kind of thinking, am at these days.. :) and trust me, things that seemed normal, now feel like being in crisis!

    16 Jun 2011, 09:52

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