L’entreprise innovante, un symbole pour son créateur
Highlighting that the new innovative company is a symbol has the advantage to characterize in a simple way the complex psychological operations among the entrepreneurs. Despite this advantage this field of investigation has not been explored in entrepreneurship. To fill the gap this article shows that the symbol exists and discloses a form of control of the environment that have existed in last jobs of the creator in four areas: creativity, intellectual stimulation, variety and altruism.
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