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40 P. Kyrö and M. Niemi Changing the Paradigm from Planning to Individual Learning To depart from normative planning and start from the individual, we first defined our ontological assumptions of human actor and action. In the entrepreneurial framework this refers to the human being who is a unique, holistic and creative individual capable of inventing and generating business ideas and activities in complex and complicated environments. This assumes that the model should also include the phases for creating and evaluating the business idea itself.
Kyrö and M. Niemi Problems in Traditional Business Planning The origin of business planning can be traced back to large companies’ long term planning after World War II (Karlsson 2005). Drucker (1959) was among those who first introduced long term planning to entrepreneurship. Only in 1980s did scholarly literature on business planning begin to be published more extensively. It followed the ideal of the benefits of long term planning to business performance. This normative literature focused on teaching how strategic decisions lead to operational functions and further to practical calculations (Robinson 1979).
Usually the fields of scientific research pass business demands and a lack of results suitable for commercialisation is felt. Therefore, one of the most important tasks in this field is to train entrepreneurship not merely among companies that apply innovation practically, Entrepreneurship Training for Innovative Start-Ups: The KTC Case 31 but also among scientists and researchers. This would significantly increase the relevance of scientific researches towards business, would encourage researchers and scientist to be more active while implementing tasks of technological development, and choosing research subjects, international experience and databases would be employed.