It’s fair to say that many large, established organizations tend not to think or act in a very entrepreneurial way. However, entrepreneurial thinking can be successfully adopted and applied by leaders in large organizations. This note offers guidance as to how executives can work better and more effectively by following the “Seven Principles of Entrepreneurship.”
Note on What Corporations Can Learn From Entrepreneurs: Applying Startup Skills to Accelerate Corporate Innovation
by: James D. Price
Core Disciplines: Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Leadership/Organizational Behavior, Strategy & Management
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- work better and more effectively by following the “Seven Principles of Entrepreneurship.”