2 – Test


  1. There are no differences between Creative Industries and Cultural Industries

T – F

  1. Creative entrepreneurs are technical experts able to generate a stream of creative ideas 

T – F

  1. In order to become a successful creative entrepreneur, one mainly needs to be talented in any field related to arts and creativity

T – F

  1. The Entrepreneurship Competence Framework proposes a shared definition of entrepreneurship as a competence

T – F

  1. Creative thinking is all about _____________ 

A. analysing

B. coming up with subjective answers

C. discovering different perspectives and brainstorming ideas

D. deeper-level thinking

  1. Mind mapping is a creativity technique to create a real visual overview on an issue or problem that can effectively support you in getting more clarity, knowledge and inspiration to reach your goals

T – F

  1. In order to be effective at problem solving, one needs to be creative, able to work in team, to take risks and make decisions

T – F

  1. To be a good communicator, one does need to focus on people

T – F

  1. Networking includes mutual benefits, win-win relationships as well as finding lots of contacts

T – F

  1. Thinking outside the box is a way to:

A. look at and solve problems from a different perspective

B. using orthodox solutions to solve a problem

C. use creativity to solve problems that only talented people can do

  1. Planning is a goal-oriented process to analyse the activities required to achieve desired objectives. 

T – F

  1. Organisational skills are not about planning, prioritising and scheduling

T – F

  1. In terms of goals, what does the acronym SMART stand for?

A. Short, Measurable, Actionable, Results-focused, Tempered

B. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound 

C. Specific, Meaningful, Applicable, Realistic, Trademarked

D. None of the above

  1. Why is it important to evaluate managerial decisions using a SWOT Analysis? Because it analyses:

A. Strengths, weaknesses, obligations and threats.

B. Strong points, weak points, opportunities and threats.

C. Shortcomings, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.

D. Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and timing.

  1. The goal of the Idea Design Process is to have a well–thought-out idea that is ready for testing.

T – F

  1. Is getting feedback important in your business idea design process?

A. Yes, because you need to collect all positive comments and reactions to keep going

B. Actually there is no need to get any feedback at this stage 

C. Yes, because that is the first test of your idea that will help you change/improve it if necessary

D. Yes, because you need to decide whether to invest in your idea