Entrepreneurship and the Entrepreneur: A Synthesis View
AbstractThis small note on defining entrepreneurship is produced due to the apparent pursue of stereotyped knowledge among students in general. The author postulates to be an accountant or a finance manager should not be the prime concerns of students. There are other emerging areas as well. for an instant, Business Technology, Entrepreneurship, Value Based Marketing, Green Accounting, Personal Management etc. Given the unimportance of stereotyped knowledge, the author intends to define Entrepreneurship concisely to convince the students about the value of such a field. With some scholarly definitions on entrepreneurship, the author writes what entrepreneurship is and who is an entrepreneur. Most notably, in the definition of entrepreneur, the author adds the notion of Intrapreneurship allowing students to think out of the box.
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Date of creation: 20 Aug 2013
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Entrepreneurship; Intrapreneurship; Stereotyped Knowledge;
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