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Born, Not Made [electronic resource] : The Entrepreneurial Personality.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9783133505048Publication details: Santa Barbara : Greenwood Publishing Group, 2008.ISBN:
  • 9780313350504
  • 9780313350511
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Born, Not Made : The Entrepreneurial PersonalityDDC classification:
  • 338 338/.04
LOC classification:
  • HB615 .F57 2008
Online resources:
Contents:
Contents; Chapter One. The Entrepreneurial Personality; Chapter Two. The Scientific Evidence; Chapter Three. Risk-Takers and Change Agents; Chapter Four. Entrepreneurial Management and Leadership Style; Chapter Five. Entrepreneurial Habits and Preferences; Chapter Six. Entrepreneurs as Internationalists and Novelty Seekers; Chapter Seven. CEOs and Their Boards; Chapter Eight. Are You an Entrepreneur?; Chapter Nine. Finding the Right Leader: What Entrepreneurial Research Tells Us; Appendix: The Survey Instrument; Notes; Bibliography; Index;
Summary: Two leadership experts show that--contrary to popular opinion--some people are pre-wired to become successful entrepreneurs.
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Contents; Chapter One. The Entrepreneurial Personality; Chapter Two. The Scientific Evidence; Chapter Three. Risk-Takers and Change Agents; Chapter Four. Entrepreneurial Management and Leadership Style; Chapter Five. Entrepreneurial Habits and Preferences; Chapter Six. Entrepreneurs as Internationalists and Novelty Seekers; Chapter Seven. CEOs and Their Boards; Chapter Eight. Are You an Entrepreneur?; Chapter Nine. Finding the Right Leader: What Entrepreneurial Research Tells Us; Appendix: The Survey Instrument; Notes; Bibliography; Index;

Two leadership experts show that--contrary to popular opinion--some people are pre-wired to become successful entrepreneurs.