Entrepreneurship today is a world-class culture and practice that has a strong impact on the economic indicators of the developed world and reduces the economic performance of its counterparts in the developing Third World.
The study examines the active role of entrepreneurs. Countries try to build on the advantages of the microenterprise economy and entrepreneurship, which have become the most important pillars of global economies, enriching the individual and society together.
This study seeks to examine and analyze all the details of entrepreneurship, focusing on the attitudes of Arab and Muslim youth towards entrepreneurship, through the portal of small projects and thinking about self-employment, away from the bureaucracy and routine of governments and administrative work in its traditional limited form.
The study also addresses the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, the need to move towards individual and collective initiative to promote the economy, with reference to the development and growth of entrepreneurship, the factors that led to the emergence of entrepreneurs, and the importance of entrepreneurship at this time in the Arab region.
It also analyzes the cognitive schools that dealt with the qualities of the entrepreneur in some detail, focusing on an important element of entrepreneurship, namely creativity and innovation, as well as incentives for creativity and innovation.
In keeping with the practical nature of the study, the practical part of entrepreneurship is studied through the study of strategies to transform ideas into projects, highlighting the components of business creation, the sources of ideas for creating a small project, how the idea affects the success of entrepreneurs, the difference between horizontal thinking and vertical thinking, The action plan, and how it affects the project.
Hence, the concept and legal form, the characteristics and the supporting entities, and the elements of the success and failure of these small enterprises, whether due to the problems of the external environment, the internal environment, personal factors or factors related to the establishment, Related to how to avoid this failure.
The study examines the most important elements of the small projects, the work plan which is the dynamo of the project, the study of the management team, accounting and marketing, the composition of the team, the human resources planning, the accounting system, the marketing, the location of the project, the marketing plan Objectives and components, details, monitoring implementation, and finally; requirements for success in the labor market through social responsibility and dimensions, and ethics work.