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Managing India's Small Industrial Economy
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Managing India's Small Industrial Economy
The Catalytic Role of Industrial Counsellors and Policy Makers

First Edition
  • V Padmanand - Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad, India
  • V G Patel - Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad, India


February 2009 | 203 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Examining the role of industrial counsellors/consultants in managing India's small industrial economy, this book uses numerous case studies and analytical methodology to highlight the many areas where an industrial counsellor can make considerable difference to the sustainability and growth of a small-scale enterprise.
C P Thakur
Foreword
 
Counsellors to Quell the Death Knell for Small Industry
 
Scope of Industrial Counselling on the Management Front
 
Entrepreneur Perceptions, Enterprise Typologies and Growth and Graduation Motivators of a `Successful' Small Firm
 
Factors Affecting the Performance of an Enterprise
 
Understanding Poor Performance and Revitalization... A Gamut of Factors and `Actors' for Intervention
 
Business Development
Assessment of Performance and Strategising Potential

 
 
Essential Business Analysis and Management Tools for a Counsellor
 
Evolving `Networked' Business Plans
Scope for Counselling on Options

 
 
Revitalization Plans
Caselets across Sectors

 
 
Policy for the Small Enterprise as a Facilitator to Counselling Initiatives

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