Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship - Demographics Perception New Knowledge...

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Sources Creative destruction Joseph Schumpeter innovation
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Innovation Spread Bleeding Leading State of the art Dated Obsolete
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Win or Loose Firms should be aware Portfolio of innovations Being the best may not be the best thing Legitimacy rather than profit seeking Its ok to be average Core competency Fads
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Where does it come from Drucker Seven sources The unexpected The incongruity Process Need Changes in Industry
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Unformatted text preview: Demographics Perception New Knowledge How do they do it Uncertainty Willingness to see things differently Guts Blank slate ( i.e. White Castle financing and location) Leader driven Can firms be entrepreneurial Twenty plus years ago I would not be teaching this Things do not remain static Firms can change And entrepreneurs can be managers And vice versa...
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