4’33”: Multiplicity of cultural and economic agents in Hong Kong

Charles Ko

Abstract


Purpose–While coronavirus was ubiquitous in 2020, e-learning businesses were everywhere. The present research is to investigate the success entrepreneurial factors in e-learning at that time.
Design/methodology/approach–This research is not intended to be a pure historical study, but a study of the economy of business. From the perspectives of sociolinguistics, it is a firm belief that on its own, linguistics by no means can provide all the answers to the question; as we said this research is not merely based on historical perspectives. In fact, it is a universally accepted method in this kind of interdisciplinary research to scrutinize and to co-ordinate sources and findings available from the perspectives of history.
Findings–Businessmen (or entrepreneurs) should sometimes be opportunity seekers, looking at problems as opportunities. Upon this, a competitor’s failure might just be the opportunity for your next big success. However a greatly successful businessman should not always be an opportunistic behaviorist. In general, a typical businessman must be action-oriented: entrepreneurs get things done; they are focused on action plans and results, although some ‘atypical’ entrepreneurs are not necessarily ‘action-oriented’, unfortunately. A golden rule, entrepreneurs need to be able to speak persuasively, analyze situations, think creatively, understand financial information, and lead others in order to be successful. After the development of the COVID-19 pandemic, also known as the coronavirus pandemic, we find that an entrepreneur also extremely needs to be open-minded, especially entrepreneurs are required to consider new ways of getting things done, for example the solution of coronavirus problems in terms of business: maybe, sometimes success depends on not politics, also does not depend on luck, in fact. Originality/value/implications–In specific, the entrepreneurial studies of management scientists are illustrated by two Representatives: Drucker and Mintzberg (success factors in 2020 of which will be discussed.) Like many other management scientists, [16] emphasizes more on practice and principles rather than the definition of concepts. Hopefully, this study emphasized both.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/edulearn.v15i1.16934

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