Corporate Entrepreneurship

Corporate Entrepreneurship

Top Managers and New Business Creation

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How do large corporations encourage their senior managers to become more entrepreneurial? This is a key question which is seldom addressed in mainstream entrepreneurship studies. Professor Sathe has written this study based on hundreds of hours of interviews with senior managers to help understand why some organizations and some top managers are better than others in fostering entrepreneurship leading to successful new business growth. Corporate Entrepreneurship explores the real world of top managers in a systematic and comprehensive way, examining business realities, the management culture, the corporate philosophy, the organizational politics, the personalities and the personal agendas of the people at the top. The book offers both a theory of corporate entrepreneurship and practical advice on how to manage it better. An interesting and valuable contribution to the literature on strategic management, this is a book that will appeal to graduate students, researchers and reflective practitioners.
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003.
ISBN: 9780521824996
0521824990
9780521531979
0521531977
Branch Call Number: 658. 4063 SAT
Characteristics: xvii, 387 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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