Электронная книга: M. J. Alhabeeb «Entrepreneurial Finance. Fundamentals of Financial Planning and Management for Small Business»

Entrepreneurial Finance. Fundamentals of Financial Planning and Management for Small Business

Featuring key topics within finance, small business management, and entrepreneurship to develop and maintain prosperous business ventures With a comprehensive and organized approach to fundamental financial theories, tools, and management techniques, Entrepreneurial Finance: Fundamentals of Financial Planning and Management for Small Business equips readers with the necessary fundamental knowledge and advanced skills to succeed in small firm and business settings. With a unique combination of topics from finance, small business management, and entrepreneurship, the book prepares readers for the challenges of today’s economy. Entrepreneurial Finance: Fundamentals of Financial Planning and Management for Small Business begins with key concepts of small business management and entrepreneurship, including management tools and techniques needed to establish, run, and lead business ventures. The book then delvesinto how small businesses are operated, managed, and controlled. General finance skills and methods are integrated throughout, and the book also features: Numerous practical examples and scenarios that provide a real-world perspective on entrepreneurship and small business management A brief summary, list of key concepts, and ten discussion questions at the end of each chapter to prepare readers for the challenges of today's economy A practical guide to the complete life of a small business, from establishing a new venture to training and developing young entrepreneurs tasked with maintaining and developing a prosperous economy An in-depth discussion of the entire process of writing a successful business plan, including the rationale, significance, and requirements Techniques needed to solidify the free enterprise tradition, develop entrepreneurial strategies, and grow small businesses Entrepreneurial Finance: Fundamentals of Financial Planning and Management for Small Business is an ideal textbook for upper-undergraduate and first-year graduate courses in entrepreneurial finance within business, economics, management science, and public administration departments. The book is also useful for MBA-level courses as well as for business and management PhD majors as a resource in methodology. The book is also an idea reference for entrepreneurs, business managers, market analysts, and decision makers who require information about the theoretical and quantitative aspects of entrepreneurial finance.

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M.J. Alhabeeb

M.J. Alhabeeb ( born Musaddak Jameel Al-Habeeb مصدق جميل آل حبيب on July 1st, 1954 in southern Iraq) is an Iraqi American contemporary calligrapher who follows the original traditions in Arabic-Islamic calligraphy. He is self-taught, and never studied under any master calligrapher, according to the traditional norm.

Biography

Alhabeeb’s interest in the Arabic-Islamic calligraphy started early on when he was a child. Before he attended school at age five, he started to imitate the letters penned by his older brother who was interested in calligraphy too. He received great encouragement and praise from his second grade art teacher, who after discovering the child’s early talent, started to ask him to show other students the right shape of letters on the blackboard. Alhabeeb soon discovered the famous instructional book in calligraphy by Iraq’s prominent calligrapher Hashim Muhammad Al-Baghdadi. He started to repeatedly imitate Al-Baghdadi’s letters and follow his method in perfecting the shapes and movements of many Arabic scripts. He continued to practice this regular routine for many years. Despite the fact that he chose Economics as a field of study, and went to become a full professor at the University of Massachusetts, he has been practicing calligraphy for more than four decades.

Personal Style

Although he practices classic calligraphy, his own style has been distinguished by a contemporary flare. The most notable aspect of his artistic style is the striking use of color, which has been scarcely used in the classic tradition, as calligraphy work remained dominated by black and white, with occasional use of gold and turquoise. Alhabeeb’s extensive web site which includes a history of the development of Arabic script, has also an artist’s statement, which highlights the major aspects of Alhabeeb’s own style. In this statement, Alhabeeb states: “I tend to describe my work of calligraphy as "neo-classical" for maintaining the methods, manners, and techniques of the classic calligraphers since the 8th century, but I also follow a quasi-modern and personal approach, which could be characterized by:

* The utilization of Arabesque (Az-Zakhrafah Al-Arabia) as an integrative element of calligraphy, compared to its traditional employment. I define the traditional employment of Arabesque as either an occasional and partial use in a decorative framework out of the calligraphy space, or a full Deco art, unconnected to calligraphy, but standing by its own merit. In my integrative approach, I believe only a minimum use of selected motifs of arabesque is needed for my calligraphy projects to be functional and attuned. These motifs involve intricate ornamental patterns of interlaced lines and forms, often in botanical shapes such as stems, foliage and buds. They can perfectly lend themselves to the structural subtlety of lines and space of the written words, adding grace and luster, and allowing for the use of color. Colors of the calligraphy background are mostly dark, specifically the traditional solid black, and the foreground are mostly white or other light colors. Bright colors are also sporadically and carefully used, especially in the internal spacious frames, small motifs, and in the grammatical dots (An-Nuqat). All of these components are harmonized in a single integrative structure to present the calligraphy work as one unit. I believe that the major purpose for employing colors is to enhance the visual sensory and illuminate the fundamental cohesiveness of the image. Moreover, a modified minimum use of arabesque and color is essential to help emphasize the artistic abstract form of the epigraphical composition, without forcing the stylistic piece into becoming a mere decorative art.
* Another supporting element to this approach is the minimization of the text, which is deliberately sought to maximize the effectiveness of using the words as single components in a whole image. One justification for using a minimal text stems from my view that as the text becomes longer, the fragmentation of the image increases, and the control and manageability of the creative process become increasingly limited.
* The innovative use of image repetition, symmetry, and the mirror effect. While these techniques are not new, reinvigorating and combining them with other methods and techniques is, and it is evident in my work.

Influences

On his influences, Alhabeeb states: “My strong influences and inspirations were the towering talents of several generations of magnificent calligraphers and their distinct styles. The most important of these influences have been the calligraphers of the contemporary Baghdadi School spearheaded by Hashim Muhammad Al-Khattat Al-Baghdadi, and the earlier Ottoman School, represented by Sheikh Hamadullah Al-Amasi and a bunch of innovative star calligraphers who followed him.

Painting vs. Calligraphy

In addition to being a classic calligrapher, Alhabeeb is a contemporary painter. Unlike many of his colleagues; painters who utilize the shape and style of the Arabic letters and words, and calligraphers who borrow some of the painting methods and styles, Alhabeeb does not mix calligraphy with painting. He treats them separately as independent genres, each with its own tradition and style. His calligraphy stays close to the classic Arabic and Islamic old school, which is free of any painting techniques. On the other hand, His painting has been described as Neo-cubism for borrowing and utilizing many of the cubists’ techniques. He worked as a graphic designer for many years, and won the first prize in three different national contests for designing postal stamps. He has published numerous articles on art theory and philosophy, and recently released a book in Arabic entitled “Art, Creativity, and Freedom”.

Publications

Alhabeeb,M.J.(2008).Alhabeeb’s Arabic Calligraphy: A Compendium of Recent Work. selected collection of original work in a special boxed edition containing 71 color plates, Asuka Books, Japan.Alhabeeb, M.J. (2008). Art, Creativity, and Freedom (in Arabic). Art bookbindery publishing, Canada.Alhabeeb, M.J.(2008). Alhabeeb's Arabic Calligraphy: a 2008 calendar. VistaPrint Co.Alhabeeb, M.J. (Forthcoming). Illuminated Letters: The Art of Arabic Calligraphy.Art bookbindery publishing, Canada.

References

Labkum, Alkantawi (2007). Alhabeeb’s Calligraphy: Source of fascination and fantasy, Aqlam Magazine,2, September

Art Editor (2002). Alhabeeb’s Calligraphy Exhibit: Self-taught Artist Maintains Tradition of Arabic Writing, The Campus Chronicle, Vol. XVIII, No.9.

Art Editor (2002). Economics Professor Offers Personal Approach to Ancient Art of Arabic Calligraphy, Spotlight: UM Fine Art Center’s Magazine, Vol.18, No. 2.

Art Editor (2005). Alhabeeb: Economist and Calligrapher, Mathaba News, February 3rd.

Cahill, Pat (2002). Artist Gives New Life to Ancient Tradition. Union News, October 23.

Heflin, James (2002). Power of the Pen, Valley Advocate, Nov.6.

Lederman, Diane (2004). Scolar Says: Script Reveals Arab Culture. Sunday Republican, Aprill 11.

Wilson, Cheryl (2002). Exhibit By Iraqi-born Artist Captures Range of Arabic Calligraphy. Hampshire Gazette, November 18.

Young-Mason, Jeanine (2003). Alhabeeb’s Calligraphy: A Bridge to Understanding, Clinical Nurse Specialist Journal, Vol. 17, No. 2.

External links

* http://www.people.umass.edu/mja
* http://www.artbreak.com/alhabeeb70
* http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/yourgallery/artist_profile/Mj+Alhabeeb/6720.html
* http://www.iraqiart.com/artists/Artists/ViewArtist.aspx?artistid=288
* http://www.tahayati.com/Handwritings/10.htm
* http://www.nasiriyeh.net/Rassamoun/musaddaqalhabeebpage.htm
* http://aqlamm.com/aqlamm2/index.htm

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