Encouraging Entrepreneurship at Work
Neal Thornberry, a professor of management at Babson College in Babson Park, Mass., has observed the impact that entrepreneurship has had on management for over 10 years. As the director of Babson's Entrepreneurial Strategies for Innovation and Growth program, he has worked with executives and businesspeople both in the U.S. and abroad. In his newest book Lead Like an Entrepreneur: Keeping the Entrepreneurial Spirit Alive within the Corporation, he demonstrates how it is possible to use the qualities of an entrepreneur—for instance, risk-taking and being innovative—inside large corporations.
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