Intrapreneuring: why you don't have to leave the corporation to become an entrepreneur
Explains how innovative employees can obtain the resources--within the framework of their corporate jobs--to develop promising ideas to benefit both the company and the employee and details how to make the concept work, with examples of the experiences of major corporations
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The New Intrapreneurial Spirit
The Intrapreneurs Ten Commandments
Are You an Intrapreneur?
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Charismatic Capitalism: Direct Selling Organizations in America
Nicole Woolsey Biggart
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