If you’re a parent, you know that there are plenty of great books out there to teach your children about the world. But if you’re looking for some books that will help them learn more about entrepreneurship and innovation–and maybe even inspire them to follow their dreams–here are three great picks:
“Start With Why” is a great book for children to read and learn, as they can gain practical insight into entrepreneurship.
What does the book teach?
The author of this children’s book explains how entrepreneurs think and make decisions. He shows that there are four different kinds of businesses: small businesses, medium-sized companies, large enterprises and multinational corporations (MNCs). Each type has its own characteristics in terms of leadership style, organizational structure and culture. In order for an entrepreneur to succeed at any level whether small or large scale he must have strong leadership skills along with an understanding of his customers’ needs; otherwise he won’t be able to compete effectively against larger competitors who may have better resources at their disposal but also less passion towards their work because they don’t care about what happens next week because all they’re focused on is making money today regardless if tomorrow could come sooner than expected
- The Lean Startup Methodology
- MVP: Minimum Viable Product
- Lean Startup Circle: A small group of people who are passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship. They come together to share ideas, learn from each other, and help each other grow as entrepreneurs.
- Build, Measure & Learn Loop: This is a three-step process for building products or services that will be successful in the market. You start with the Build phase (i.e., creating your idea), then you measure your progress along the way so that you know whether or not it’s working well enough; once this measurement shows success, move into the Learn phase where customers use your product/service over long periods of time with different results depending on how much feedback they offer during this period; finally when enough data has been collected on both sides — positive feedback in addition to negative — then conclude by making adjustments based on lessons learned during their time using it
“The E-Myth Revisited” by Michael Gerber is a guide to starting a business, but it also touches on how important it is to understand your business and how you can market yourself effectively. The book talks about systems and processes that will keep your operations running smoothly.
The three books above are great resources for children to learn about entrepreneurship and innovation.
The three books above are great resources for children to learn about entrepreneurship and innovation. They cover a variety of topics, from entrepreneurship to the global economy, from the history of innovation to how technologies have changed our lives.
These three books are some of our favorites for children to learn about entrepreneurship and innovation. They provide a great foundation for your child to use in their own ventures as well as ideas for how to create something new and exciting for yourself.