1c enterprise - enterprise Undertaking, esp. bold or...

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“enterprise – Undertaking, esp. bold or difficult one; readiness to engage in such undertakings; enterprising, showing courage or imaginativeness.” The Oxford Handy Dictionary “entrepreneur – person in effective control of commercial undertaking.” The Concise Oxford Dictionary “entrepreneurship – an approach to management which involves the pursuit of opportunity without regard to resources currently controlled.” Howard H Stevenson (1997) “entrepreneurship – the creation of new organisations.” Karl Vesper (1982) “entrepreneurship – the ability to identify, pursue and capture the value from business opportunities. Entrepreneurs exist to pursue opportunities. Without it, they have no raison d’etre” D F Muzyka (1996) “Mastering Enterprise : all you need to know about starting and developing a successful business”
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Enterprise Culture? “How is the ‘enterprise culture’ to be regarded? Just like some handy little slogan? A simple shorthand way for describing developing small
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