The founder of Play On!, A national street hockey tournament, is in the process of reviewing its venture and determining what led to his retirement in 2006. The case focuses on the entrepreneurial decision-making, opportunity identification, and the ability to adapt to new information released to the environment. This is a two part event: the first case focuses on the verification of the founder of his venture in 2006. The complementary case, “Play On! Weighing the option to restart,” Product # 910M75, focuses on wheth … Read more »

The founder of Play On!, A national street hockey tournament, is in the process of reviewing its venture and determining what led to his retirement in 2006. The case focuses on the entrepreneurial decision-making, opportunity identification, and the ability to adapt to new information released to the environment. This is a two part event: the first case focuses on the verification of the founder of his venture in 2006. The complementary case, “Play On! Weighing the option to restart,” Product # 910M75, focuses on whether the founders should start the new venture.
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J. Robert Mitchell,
Ken Mark
Source: Ivey Publishing
12 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 17, 2010. Prod #: 910M74-PDF-ENG
Play On! Structure of entrepreneurial opportunity HBR case solution

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