The entrepreneur's manual: business start-ups, spin-offs, and innovative management Richard M. White
Publisher: Chilton Book Co; 1st edition
Oct 4, 2007 - The number of students who wish to learn about entrepreneurship and actively engage in entrepreneurial activities - either by creating their own companies or by spurring innovation within a large organization - has grown greatly in by a topic primer and a concluding summary of key learning points. When coming up with ideas, try to identify markets that haven't had many recent innovations. May 15, 2014 - There's a new array of programs to support entrepreneurs, both on campus and off. Dec 21, 2011 - The training, designed to introduce companies to the subjects of business development, intellectual property protection and management, and venture capital, is an integral part of the Innovation Fund's Mini and Matching Grants Programs. Case studies include: Google, Logitech, adidas, Ducati, EndoArt, 4M Technologies, Novartis and Nespresso and many more university spin-offs and new start-up enterprises. Mar 29, 2011 - In this second episode about innovation at large companies, I wish to talk about a fresh analysis on "large firms and the growth of start-up cultures" developed by Steven Klepper (recipient of 2011 Global Award for Entrepreneurship These spin-offs tend to be exemplary performers and so, create successful innovative clusters. Luckily we were all able to blow off some steam in a very cool club together. Out-innovators not only develop innovative products, they often bring innovation management one step further with creative approaches. After two days of taking in valuable information my head was spinning. Dec 19, 2013 - Internationally renowned business minds like René Boender, Hazel Jackson and Jack Daly openly shared their experiences, smart tools and insights on managing people, marketing, sales, and most importantly: yourself. Jan 23, 2014 - How to start a business with nothing but a good idea.