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1 ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN EDUCATION SUKIRNO Mobile: Residence: /

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3 What are the differences ? Entrepreneur (techno, socio, law, virtu, property, edu, hypno, maid, etc) = manage resources to take advantages Entrepreneurship (process managing resources) Entrepreneurship Education (edu people to be entrepreneur) Entrepreneurship in Education (put entrepreneurship concepts to create a successful education inst. = EiE = E + E)

4 Entrepreneur is defined as an individual who organizes or operates a business or businesses. Entrepreneurship is the process of starting a business or other organization. Entrepreneurship education is a collection of formalized teachings that informs, trains, and educates anyone interested in participating in socioeconomic development through a project to promote entrepreneurship awareness, business creation, or small business development. Entrepreneurship in education is a process of putting entrepreneurship concepts to create a successful education institution and its components = EiE = E + E

5 VIRTUAL ENTREPRENEURHSIP https://www.facebook.com/ https://www.edmodo.com/home#/ Etc.

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8 Porter, M., J. Sachs and J. McArthur, (2002), Executive summary: Competitiveness and stages of economic development, in M. Porter, J. Sachs, P. K. Cornelius, J. McArthur, and K. Schwab (eds.), The Global Competitiveness Report , New York: Oxford University Press,

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10 (The Global Entrepreneurship Index )

11 The 2015 GEI Results

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15 COMPARISON INDONESIA MALAYSIA

16 COMPARISON SINGAPURATHAILAND

17 COMPARISON PHILIPINABRUNEI

18 LINKS TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP courses.html courses.html Global University Entrepreneurial Spirit Students‘ Survey (GUESS)

19 Dep keu USA

20 Leader Follower To be an Entrepreneur is Moving From Follower to Leader Level

21 Ketika anda berpikir negatif, perasaan dan tindakan akan anda akan cenderung bersifat negatif pula, dan pada akhirnya yang bayangan anda yang negatif akan benar-benar terjadi Example: Tidak Menarik Mutu jelek Sepi pembeli Gagal Rugi Negative Thinking

22 Examples: Produk menarik Kualitas istimewa Pembeli puas Sukses Untung Positive Thinking Ketika anda berpikir positif, perasaan dan tindakan akan anda akan cenderung bersifat positif pula, dan pada akhirnya yang bayangan anda yang positif akan benar-benar terjadi

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24 TASK #1 Seek 5 best practices of entrepreneurship countries Compare them with Indonesia Analyze and provide your recomendations to flourish entrepreneurship in Indonesia Send the result to

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26 The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) is a project conducting an annual assessment of the entrepreneurial activity, aspirations and attitudes of individuals across a wide range of countries. Initiated in 1999 as a partnership between London Business School and Babson College, the first study covered 10 countries; since then over 100 ‘National Teams’ from every corner of the globe have participated in the project, which continues to grow annually. The network of National Teams is home to over 500 experts in entrepreneurship research; the project has an estimated global budget of nearly USD $9 million.

27 The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) To measure differences in the level of entrepreneurial activity between countries To uncover factors leading to appropriate levels of entrepreneurship To suggest policies that may enhance the national level of entrepreneurial activity.

28 The NES is a survey instrument administered to a minimum of 36 ‘experts’ in each GEM country, allowing the measurement of the nine key Entrepreneurial Framework Conditions (EFCs): - Finance - Government policies - Government programs - Entrepreneurial education and training - R&D transfer - Commercial and professional infrastructure - Internal market openness - Physical infrastructure and services - Cultural and social norms

29 Finance: The availability of financial resources— equity and debt—for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) (including grants and subsidies) Government policies: The extent to which taxes or regulations are either size-neutral or encourage SMEs Government programs: The presence and quality of direct programs to assist new and growing firms at all levels of government (national, regional, municipal) Entrepreneurial education and training: The extent to which training in creating or managing SMEs is incorporated within the education and training system at all levels (primary, secondary and post- school) R&D transfer: The extent to which national research and development will lead to new commercial opportunities and is available to SMEs Commercial and professional infrastructure: The presence of property rights and commercial, accounting, and other legal services and institutions that support or promote SMEs Entry regulation: Contains two components: (1) Market Dynamics: the level of change in markets from year to year, and (2) Market Openness: the extent to which new firms are free to enter existing markets Physical infrastructure and services: Ease of access to physical resources—communication, utilities, transportation, land or space—at a price that does not discriminate against SMEs Cultural and social norms: The extent to which social and cultural norms encourage or allow actions leading to new business methods or activities that can potentially increase personal wealth and income

30 Entrepreneurship needs to have:

31 Perbedaan Karyawan dengan Wirausaha KaryawanGuru Penghasilan tetap dan stabil Ritme kerja bersifat rutin Kebebasan rendah Ketergantungan tinggi (high dependent) Bersifat pasti (ada kepastian) WirausahaPemilik Penghasilan variatif dan fluktuatif Ritme kerja bersifat tidak rutin Kebebasan tinggi Ketergantungan rendah Ketidakpastian tinggi

32 Dream Decisiveness Seorang wirausaha yang sukses memiliki impian (dream) dan visi yang jelas tentang masa depan bisnisnya Seorang wirausaha yang sukses memiliki kemampuan untuk mengambil keputusan (decisiveness) secara akurat, penuh perhitungan dan tidak lamban. Tidak ragu- ragu dalam mengambil keputusan. Wirausaha dengan Konsep 5 D

33 Setelah mengambil keputusan dengan matang, maka seorang wirausaha akan segera menindaklanjutinya dengan tindakan (doers) yang cepat dan terukur. Bukan NATO (not action, talk only !) D oers Seorang wirausaha melaksanakan kegiatannya dengan penuh perhatian. Rasa tanggungjawbnya tinggi, dan tidak mudah menyerah meski menghadapi banyak rintangan. Tekat kuat D etermination Seorang wirausaha memiliki dedikasi yang tinggi terhadap pekerjaaan dan bisnisnya. Komitmen yang tinggi D edication

34 Apa (what) Bagaimana (how) Siapa (who) Kapan (when) Dimana (where) Wujudkan ide dengan menggunakan prinsip 4W+1H

35 =++ Nilai yang di terima Pelanggan OrangProduk Proses & Sistem Pendukung CORE SERVICE PERSONAL SERVICE QUALITY CUSTOMER SERVICE Faktor Pemuas Pelanggan

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