The development of an enterpising culture is a primary objective of progressive nations and organizations. While entrepreneurship may occur as a natural result of personal drive, it occurs most often, most robustly, and is most sustainable in environments designed to encourage it. This book showcases emerging research, theory, and practice in the management of creativity, invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Featuring cases and examples from around the world and from a diverse array of industries, the authors explore such issues as organizational design, knowledge management, and technology transfer, providing valuable insights for researchers, educators, students, technology professionals, business executives, scientists, and policymakers concerned with promoting entrepreneurship and its impact on organizational and economic growth.
Number of pages: 390
Weight: 694 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 33 mm
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