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FairRent + Motivation from an entrepreneurial perspective

Losinski, Daniel (2011)
Department of Business Administration
Abstract
The purpose of this theoretical reflection is to develop a deeper understanding of the different types of motivations that exists and how it influences the success of an entrepreneurial project. This theoretical reflection will be written as an autoethnography, based on my own experiences from the Masters Programme. The essay has been inspired by an inductive approach whereby theories of motivation and related sub-topics have been studied. The empirical research was conducted through the learning journals that have been recorded every week during the past six months, along with other observations during the Programme. It is important to assess the sustainability in your goals and expectations and then bare them in mind when assessing... (More)
The purpose of this theoretical reflection is to develop a deeper understanding of the different types of motivations that exists and how it influences the success of an entrepreneurial project. This theoretical reflection will be written as an autoethnography, based on my own experiences from the Masters Programme. The essay has been inspired by an inductive approach whereby theories of motivation and related sub-topics have been studied. The empirical research was conducted through the learning journals that have been recorded every week during the past six months, along with other observations during the Programme. It is important to assess the sustainability in your goals and expectations and then bare them in mind when assessing proposals of projects and colleagues. By following your heart and aim high you will reach higher achievements, but don’t aim higher then your resources allow you to. Motivation is one of the most important inputs for a success but excellent high motivation does not need necessarily mean higher results. (Less)
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author
Losinski, Daniel
supervisor
organization
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Management of enterprises, uncertainty, ambitions, team structure, Motivation, entrepreneurship, Företagsledning, management
language
Swedish
id
2007584
date added to LUP
2011-06-01
date last changed
2012-11-12 11:21:10
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this theoretical reflection is to develop a deeper understanding of the different types of motivations that exists and how it influences the success of an entrepreneurial project. This theoretical reflection will be written as an autoethnography, based on my own experiences from the Masters Programme. The essay has been inspired by an inductive approach whereby theories of motivation and related sub-topics have been studied. The empirical research was conducted through the learning journals that have been recorded every week during the past six months, along with other observations during the Programme. It is important to assess the sustainability in your goals and expectations and then bare them in mind when assessing proposals of projects and colleagues. By following your heart and aim high you will reach higher achievements, but don’t aim higher then your resources allow you to. Motivation is one of the most important inputs for a success but excellent high motivation does not need necessarily mean higher results.},
  author       = {Losinski, Daniel},
  keyword      = {Management of enterprises,uncertainty,ambitions,team structure,Motivation,entrepreneurship,Företagsledning,management},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {FairRent + Motivation from an entrepreneurial perspective},
  year         = {2011},
}