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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

ASSESSMENT COVER SHEET

Student Name

Navpreet Kaur

Student ID

S265457

Assessment Title

Case Study 1

Unit Number and Title

PRT503 Entrepreneurship for Professionals

Lecturer/Tutor

Mr. Jamal El-Den

Date Submitted

07 August 2014

Date Received

OFFICE USE ONLY

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PLAGIARISM Plagiarism is the presentation of the work of another without acknowledgement. Students may use a limited amount of information and ideas expressed by others but this use must be identified by appropriate referencing.

CONSEQUENCES OF PLAGIARISM Plagiarism is
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On the other hand, business-man always tries to focus on profitability or productivity. So, that is why business classes always concentrate on causal thinking rather than effectual thinking.[1: How Entrepreneurs Think - Business. 2014. How Entrepreneurs Think - Business. [ONLINE] Available at: http://business.mpelembe.net/home/how-entrepreneurs-think. [Accessed 03 August 2014].]

DO YOU BELIEVE THAT ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY SHOULD BE PART OF AN ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE OR DID THE TEXTBOOK AUTHORS JUST INCLUDE A SECTION ON IT TO BE "POLITICALLY CORRECT"?

Solution: Ethics involves learning to differentiate between right and wrong things and then doing the right things. Entrepreneurs should be concerned with their ethical and social responsibilities as they are also the part of society like everyone else. Entrepreneurs should be determinant, competitive and honest to their workplace. For instance, if any entrepreneur discloses the secret of the organisation for which he is working to its rival for money then it will be regarded as unethical deed. Ethical behaviour among entrepreneurs should be the key element in corporate culture as it helps the company to achieve success. [2: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility. 2014. Business Ethics and Social Responsibility. [ONLINE] Available at:http://managementhelp.org/businessethics/#anchor3815179. [Accessed 05 August 2014].]

Entrepreneur should not pursue any business that is harmful to society, no matter

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