An Entrepreneurial Approach to Corporate Management
This book attempts to help corporate managers develop and protect the entrepreneurial skills they need to go beyond classic definitions of profit, increasing not only their own wealth but that of society as a whole. He examines the classic tools of management in the light of entrepreneurism, and presents specific ways to build communities of entrepreneurs within even the largest corporations.
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