International Council for Small Business ICSB 2002-001
47th World Conference
San Juan, Puerto Rico
June 16-19, 2002
Corporate Entrepreneurship: a Strategic and Structural Perspective
Dr. Joao Ferreira
Recently there has been a growing interest in the use of corporate entrepreneurship
Promemoria (PM), 4 credits Organizational theory and Entrepreneurship (EFO512) Advanced level, 15 credits, spring 2010 School of Business
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Levan Asambadze, ThuyNguyen & Sergio Quiñones Mälardalen University 2010 Keywords: Corporate Entrepreneu
2010 EABR & ETLC Conference Proceedings
Corporate Entrepreneurship at GE and Intel
John Zimmerman, Zayed University, U.A.E Abstract This is the first of three planned articles concerning Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE). The author is a former entrepreneur practitioner who secu
Corporate Entrepreneurship |
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In current socio-economic times, innovation is more important than ever, whether in new start-ups or within a corporation. For a corporation to stay ahead of times and sustain a competitive advantage in a fast-changing global consumer market, the challenge is for the management to instil
Corporate Entrepreneurship can be seen as the process whereby an individual or a group creates a new venture within an existing organization, revitalizes and renews an organization ,or innovates. Zahra’s(1986) definition of corporate entrepreneurship suggests aformal o
1.2 The importance of Corporate Entrepreneurship
Conventional wisdom indicates that corporate entrepreneurship (hereafter CE) leads to financial growth and superior firm performance. In literature, it has been long established that corporate entrepreneurship is a p
As business environments are changing rapidly, companies have to anticipate to competitors’ moves in a quick and thorough manner to make sure they do not lose sight of them. This defiance concerns not only the external environment of firms with respect to technology development and innovations, bu
Nokia’s Story, an Overview
Nokia’s history demonstrates corporate entrepreneurship, which has been defined as a set of behaviour, processes or activities that rejuvenate, renew or reinvent an organisation. Nokia Corporation’s story is an astonishing one, much longer than one
1. Do you think Google will be able to maintain its entrepreneurial culture in spite of its recent growth and increased size? Why or why not?
The book refers to entrepreneurship as identification, evaluation, and exploitation of opportunities. Entrepreneurship is defined by businessdictionary.com
* 4 major parts of corporate entrepreneurship.
1- New business venturing ( corporate venturing)
Corporate venturing refers to the creation of a new business within an existing organization. Business dictionary defined corporate venturing as the practice where a large firm takes an equity stake
Do I have the Qualities, Traits and Characteristics of a Corporate Entrepreneur?
Module 1 – Entrepreneurial Leadership
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Masters in Corporate Entrepreneurship
Submitted to : Dr. Eduardo A. Morato Jr.
Submitted by : Ge
Corporate entrepreneurship is also commonly known as corporate venturing or Intrapreneurship. It is coined by legendary management thinker and management guru Peter.F.Drucker. It is the act of initiating new ventures or creating value with an already established orga
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Robert C. Wolcott and Michael J. Lippitz
The Four Models
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In “Culture by Default or by Design?” Edmonds and Glaser (2010) talk about the challenge of describing the culture of an organization. In the article, the authors maintain that the impact of your corporate culture can spell success or disaster for the organization.
The culture of your company
Historical Approaches to Entrepreneurship Research
R. Daniel Wadhwani
Assistant Professor of Management &
Fletcher Jones Professor of Entrepreneurship
University of the Pacific
Isidor Straus Professor of Business History
It is important to note that business ethics and CSR go hand in hand. In order to understand CSR, one must also understand ethics. Also, a socially responsible firm should also be an ethical firm and an ethical firm should also be a socially responsible firm.
However, one migh
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