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Barriers to Entrepreneurship Proposal - SME Growth in Transition and Their Future Opportunity

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This work develops a proposal for *****vestigating the expected barriers to entrepreneurship in Small to Medium businesses experiencing transition. The ***** will first introduce ***** topic of business transition, either internal or external and briefly discuss the need f***** such research. It ***** then go on from this to develop a set of research objectives that will answer the overriding questi*****s of ***** to growth ***** opportunity during and following transition in *****s. The work will then review pertinent literature that ********** the issues at hand, develop a methodology for *****ing the question, discuss the ethics ***** ***** research, detail expected outcomes and finally ***** the implications of such a rese*****rch study.

Barriers ***** Entrepreneurship Proposal:

SME Growth in Transition and *****ir Future Opportunity

***** is not ***** least bit uncommon to frequently hear the adage that the only certainty in life is change. This *****, with all its requisite psychological ideologies is also true ***** business, in every **********, as change often dominates successful businesses and makes unsuccessful ***** show their true colors and fail. Transitional business periods stress ***** players from the very ********** to ***** very bottom, without fail as all members of a ***** environment must learn and apply new tools to effectively communicate as well as develop success within a new ***** ***** st*****ards and practices. Frequently, within transitional periods there are common ***** unexpected barriers ***** growth and *****ment of the business. Regardless of the incoming nature ***** the ***** transition will create barriers that are both expected and un***** and result in *****foreseen *****, even in the face of accepted change. This work ***** demonstrate through a research design the nature ***** ***** management in bus*****ess, through the eyes of mangers and employees who have lived the transition period in an SME.

Ch*****ge can create communication barriers as individuals within ***** organization begin to redefine their accepted role in the bus*****ess and the business redefines and communicates its ***** goals and st*****ards. Transitions can create social/emotional barriers that are created by uncertainty of new relationships and roles. Change can create unforeseen financial strain, associated with resource allocation and redistribution ***** production, as ***** as ***** ***** of resources to communicating change and increasing *****force preparedness for *****. Transition ***** alter employees' sense of empowerment, ***** for the better or f***** ***** worse both ***** which can create ***** to effective change management. Lastly, but likely most important transition frequently *****s ***** employee turnover, ***** ********** every aspect of ***** and management. These broad concepts will be the basis of the research ***** and materials of ***** work. The research question that ***** drive this ***** will be; what do managers and employees who ***** worked through major transitions feel are the most pressing barriers to growth ***** future opportunities?

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The objective of this work is to identify barriers that are both expected and unexpected, when SMEs go through

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