Sample this: “Business plans have their time and place, though perhaps not in planning a business.” A shocker, but that is the opening line in a chapter on ‘business plans and business models,’ in Effectual Entrepreneurship by Stuart Read, Saras Sarasvathy, Nick Dew, Robert Wiltbank, and Anne-Valérie Ohisson (www.routledge.com).
The authors note that the business plan is one of the most ‘taught’ aspects of entrepreneurship. They elaborate that as a work project it provides a wonderful learning platform. …
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