Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Personal and Organizational Development in Entrepreneurial Ventures
by Raymond Smilor, Donald L. Sexton
March 1996, 200pp, 6 1/8x9 1/4
1 volume, Praeger

Hardcover: 978-1-56720-043-0
$86, £64, 72€, A123

Experts in academia and business look at the characteristics of successful leadership in high-growth companies.

This book presents the expertise of authorities on leadership and entrepreneurship. They examine the entrepreneur from a personal, organizational, and multidimensional point of view. In addition, successful entrepreneurs from profit and not-for-profit firms, from hardware and software firms, and from manufacturing and service firms joined with assistance providers, academicians, and researchers to bring a firmer understanding of the qualities that contribute to successful leadership in growth-oriented firms. The book emphasizes what entrepreneurs actually do, how they do it, and what can be learned by examining the common themes or concepts that exist in the practice of entrepreneurship.

By emphasizing what entrepreneurs actually do, how they do it, and what can be learned by examining the common themes or concepts that exist in the practice of entrepreneurship, the editors have created a volume of value to researchers and academics in business and management, to public policy makers, and to the business community.

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