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Table 1 Framework of research

From: Creating a startup at a University by using Shane’s theory and the entrepreneural learning model: a narrative method

Shane Theory stages ELM
Training & education Experience Mentoring
Entrepreneurial motivation Self-introduction, improving business motivation
Instilling a life vision & leadership effort
Actualizing one’s desires, test stage, independence, creativity, innovation Sublimate the ways to reach success through what has been done by the mentor
Cognitive factor Understand about the life vision and company, the kind of company, and expertise in running the company Company visits, doing experiments Understanding what has been done by the mentor
Entrepreneurial opportunity Understanding about business opportunities Determine prospective business plans Learn about the mentor’s business to determine the company’s plan
Environmental condition Understand about the macro and microenvironments Provide a business environment which is conducive for the business Provide a mentor business environment for tenants
Opportunity recognition Recognize business opportunities Arrange business alternatives Describe the factors of business success that are done by the mentor
Idea development Understand the business plan Arrange business plans Learn from the mentor’s business plans
Execution Understand about assembling resources, organizational design, market making, and product development Run a business Receive assistance from the mentor