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Chapter 2: Performing Computer Operations
This module covers the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values needed to perform computer operations which include the basic maintenance of computer system and the standards of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Policies and Procedures.
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PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES (PECS)

 

              Entrepreneurial competencies refer to the ability to develop, organize and manage a business venture along with any of its risks. It includes key characteristics that should be possessed by a person in order to successfully run a new venture. Among those characteristics are social, managerial and networking competences.

 

 

Below are few important characteristics / traits / attributes of a good entrepreneur:

Hardworking: A successful entrepreneurs are hard workers, and they also enjoy                 what they are doing. They are dedicated, driven, and focused. They are goal     oriented  and have a strong attention to detail. They are typically highly organized            and have seemingly boundless energy.

 

Confident: A successful entrepreneur never asks the question or keeps doubts in their mind about if they can succeed or if they are even worthy of success. They are normally confident enough that their knowledge and their know-how will help them make their business idea a success. And they radiate this confidence in everything that they do for the business.

Disciplined: Successful entrepreneurs always focus their energy on making the business work, and for eliminating the distractions or obstacles to their goals. They make strategies help them to aim the goals they have while they outline the plan to achieve the outcome.

Committed: Good entrepreneurs assume full responsibility over their business. They give full commitment and solid dedication to make the business successful.

Ability to accept change: Nothing is permanent but change. Change occurs frequently. When you own a business, you should cope with and thrive on changes. Capitalize on positive changes to make your business grow.

Creative: One facet of creativity is being able to make connections between seemingly unrelated events or situations. Entrepreneurs often come up with solutions which are the synthesis of other items. They will repurpose products to market them to new industries.

Has the initiative: An entrepreneur takes the initiative. You must put yourself in a position where you are responsible for the failure or success of your business.

 

Profit-oriented: An entrepreneur enters the world of business to generate profit or additional income. The business shall become your bread and butter. Therefore, you must see to it that the business can generate income.

 

Listed below are the important skills of a successful entrepreneur:

Excellent planner

Planning involves strategic thinking and goal setting to achieve objectives by carefully maximizing all the available resources. A good entrepreneur develops and follows the steps in the plans diligently to realize goals. A good entrepreneur knows that planning is an effective skill only when combined with action.

Possesses people skills

This is a very important skill needed to be successful in any kind of business. People skills refer to effective and efficient communication and establishing good relationship to the people working in and out of your business. In day-to-day business transactions, you need to deal with people. A well-developed interpersonal skill can make a huge difference between success and failure of the business.

Sound decision maker

Successful entrepreneurs can think quickly and to make wise decisions towards a pre-determined set of objectives. No one can deny that the ability to make wise decisions is an important skill that an entrepreneur should possess. Sound decisions should be based on given facts and information and lead towards the pre-determined objectives.

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