Sri Vadrevu & Anwar Jumabhoy
Poor management or just incompetent management compounded by dated practices has a destructive impact on the company and on the economy.
The business environment is increasingly competitive and running a business of any size has new challenges, externally, and equally internally with management and employees.
The study and practice of management have several initiatives over the last 50 years: Competitive Advantage, Core Competence, Balanced Score Card, Quality, Re-engineering, Innovation, Change Management… and they keep coming. The basic management practices of organizing resources, though, have not changed much since the Industrial Revolution.
The internet has exponentially expanded the communication opportunities, so the consumer has greater choice through greater access to information employees.
Many large companies are blind-sided by new start-up companies as they struggle to understand the environment, and delay important decisions.
Entrepreneurs have existed from the beginning of the business and continue to thrive. Do they operate differently as an organization, or individuals, or do they operate to different rules?
Entrepreneurship is being taught in schools and universities, with the hope of creating more successful entrepreneurs. Little thought is given however the elements of entrepreneurship can be embedded into companies, both large and small.
Discover the 9 Entrepreneurism’s that define how entrepreneurs think, and act, which we have which are derived from a study of research material and over 80 interviews.
Large companies can embed entrepreneurship into their organizations through changes in 3PT; People, Policies, Processes & Technology.
Uncover the elements of entrepreneurship and what makes them successful. Is it a process or a way of looking at problems and opportunities? Understand what it means to remain flexible and manage risk. You will discover which elements need to be “hard-coded” into your organization through the 3P-Technology review.
In These Pages You Will Uncover…
- Understand how entrepreneurs think & work.
- Read about successful entrepreneurial companies.
- Read why companies “missed the boat”.
- Understand why your organization needs to change.
- Entrepreneurship is not about empowerment.
- Leadership development and entrepreneurship go
- Discover your organization’s entrepreneurial level.
- Learn how to remake and ignite your organization.
- Learn why a “pocket approach” entrepreneurial
development does not work.
- Entrepreneurship is not about risk-taking – Entrepreneurs don’t take risks.