Critical Analysis on Skills of Micro and Small Enterprises - Comparative Study between Successful and Less Successful Micro and Small enterprises of Dire Dawa Administration
by Mulugeta, Aschalew
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Successful Micro and Small enterprises of the Dire Dawa administration had over all Interpersonal skills (mean of 4.5 with the standard deviation of 0.6), Business skills (mean of 3.83 with the s/d of 0.81), Entrepreneurial skills (4.42 with the s/d of 0.65), and Technical skills (mean of 4.56 with s/d of 0.51) implying that technical skills were the prior skills of these MSEs followed by interpersonal skills, entrepreneurial and business skills. There is no problem of perception regarding these four skills albeit there is a significant skill gap on technical, entrepreneurial, interpersonal and business skills between successful and unsuccessful Micro and Small enterprises of the Administration.
I am Aschalew Mulugeta Atnafu specializing on Masters of Business Administrations (MBA). I am lecturer, researcher and trainer in one of the second generation universities of Ethiopia namely Dire Dawa University. I have participated in different project activities and conducted different research studies in collaboration with colleagues.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
28 October 2015
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.005 m; 0.159 kg