Management and Entrepreneurism
Smart Strategy Series By comparing and critically examining the role of entrepreneurism in both the public and private sectors, John C. Chicken identifies the contribution of entrepreneurial philosophy to good management and to society in general. Case studies illustrate arguments and managers and students are encouraged to take a critical, open-minded approach to efficiency improvement.
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