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The Age of Enterprise - The Emergence and Evolution of Entrepreneurial Management

The Age of Enterprise - The Emergence and Evolution of Entrepreneurial Management

Patricia Carr

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Unlike most of the standard texts on entrepreneurship, The Age of Enterprise sets out to explore the under analysed concept of enterprise culture, separating its consideration from entrepreneurship and small business, while also examining the tightly interwoven links between them.

It also explores the impact of enterpise culture on a variety of organisations other than the small business including the public sector and large private sector businesses. In doing this it provides one of the most extensive overviews of the general area of enterprise and entrepreneurship.

The book is divided into three broad sections:

1. Delineates the dimensions of enterprise culture and outlines how these dimensions have contributed to the creation of an entrepreneurial management discourse.

2. Explores how entrepreneurial management impacts on our understanding of the characters of enterprise culture, specifically the entrepreneur, the small business owner and the enterprise adviser.

3. Focuses on the evolution of enterprise culture and entrepreneurial management through a discussion of contemporary issues in the management of enterprise.

Additional Information

Author Patricia Carr
Publisher Blackhall
Publication date 9 Jan 2000
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9781901657975

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