What leaders, managers and professionals should learn form expert entrepreneurs
Challenge 6: Nurturing the culture
Entrepreneurial reasoning learned and applied
Would you consider your organization entrepreneurial? Has entrepreneurial reasoning become second nature to all members of the organization? Entrepreneurial reasoning has become commonplace in almost all job descriptions and employment opening advertisements. But what is its essence?
Recent research findings discovered a number of elements which clearly distinguish between entrepreneurial and managerial reasoning. These elements are independent from traits and personality and can thus be learned and applied by anyone. We question myths and promote facts about entrepreneurial reasoning and support organizations in becoming more entrepreneurial.
Do you find any of the following questions challenging and difficult to answer?
- What makes entrepreneurs entrepreneurial?
- (How) can entrepreneurial reasoning be taught and fostered in existing organizations?
- How can people be encouraged to be entrepreneurial?
- Which structural and organizational factors constrain intrapreneurship? How can they be overcome?
- What does it take to implement entrepreneurial (effectual) cells within given structures?
- How can intrapreneurship be balanced with the need for continuity and stability within an organization?
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