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Vadim Kotelnikov

By: Vadim Kotelnikov

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Global Virtual Venture Valley (VVV)

 

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Entrepreneur

The Tao of Entrepreneurial Creativity

Entrepreneurial Success

Questions for Creating Business Problem Solving

Starting a New High-Growth Venture

How Good Is Your Business Idea?

Milestone Chart

Start-Up Business Plan

Venture Management

Business Model

New Business Models

Venture Financing

Step-by-step Guide To Venture Financing

Customer Success 360

The Tao of Customer Value Creation

Competitive Strategies

Sustainable Competitive Advantage

Fast Company

Intellectual Property Management (IPM)

Sustainable Growth Strategies

6Ws of Corporate Growth

3 Strategies of Market Leaders

Inspiring Culture

Systemic Innovation

10 Rules for Building a Successful Business

5 Keys To Building a Great Company

The Key Secret to Success in Business. And failure

Why do some businesses succeed and some fail under exactly the same circumstances and in exactly the same business?

 

The difference is their point of view about what a business is, and what one isnít. The difference is that successful business owners were all entrepreneurs, and that the vast majority of the people who go into business arenít.

Venture Management vs Corporate Management

Management of the venture-building process is fundamentally different  from corporate management that is focused on delivering the annual operating plan. Management of a new high-growth business is built around a  customer-driven idea or a technology. It requires entrepreneurial mindset and skills. Being first to the market is the top priority for the venture manager. Your core competence, the ability to move quickly from idea to market, is a key enabler of success.

Jack Welch's Prescription for Winning in Business

The Role Of the Business Architect

It takes a smart business architect  to take an innovative business idea into a successful venture and achieve lasting business success.

Business architect is a person who initiates new business ventures or leads business innovation, designs a winning business model, and builds a sustainable balanced business system for a lasting success... More

 Case in Point  Compaq Computer

Rod Canion co-founded Compaq with Jim Harris and Bill Murto in 1982, investing $1000 in the company Ė and promptly got of to a slow start. The founders sketched the idea for a portable PC. Contrary to its early advertising, the company did not spring to life immediately. Venture capital investors felt that the product was a little too easy to do and made Canion to go back to the drawing board. Canionís fourth or fifth idea clicked. It was for a IBM-compatible portable. With $1.5 million in seed money, Canion and his crew began designing Compaqís first PC in Fenruary 1982. By early 1983, when Compaq began shipping its portables, the company had raised $30 million. In late 1983 it raised $66 million more in public offering, then finished the year with sales of $111 million.