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Entrepreneurial culture as a competitive advantage.

Mark Casson

Entrepreneurial culture as a competitive advantage.

by Mark Casson

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Published by University of Reading. Department of Economics in Reading .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesDiscussion papers in international investment and business studies. Series B Vol.1 (1988/89) / University of Reading -- No.124
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Open LibraryOL13875960M

This book develops a unified framework to explain the phenomena of competitive advantage and firm value creation in dynamic environments. Through a new strategic value creation theory, it explores how a firm can measure and sustain its competitive advantage through management incentives, capital market forces, organizational culture and structure, and social complexity. AND INNOVATION Entrepreneurial Development within Organizations Second Edition Michael H. Morris, Ph.D. The New Path to Sustainable Competitive Advantage 7 What is Entrepreneurship? 9 Elements of an Entrepreneurial Culture Entrepreneurial Leadership Through Gulture:The Cintas Corporation File Size: KB.

Keywords: Competitive advantage, Organization, Culture, Resources 1. Introduction A competitive advantage exists when the firm is able to deliver the same benefits as competitors but at a lower cost (cost advantage), or deliver benefits that exceed those of . Careercation Book: Trading Briefcase for Suitcase to Find Entrepreneurial Happiness. Gain insights into building company culture & employee happiness. Careercation Book: Trading Briefcase for Suitcase to Find Entrepreneurial Happiness. Understand why culture is a sustainable competitive advantage that can't be copied. 2.

INTRODUCTION. Rugman and Verbeke () present their views on Edith Penrose's contributions to the resource‐based view of strategic find provocative their discussion of the links among Penrosean arguments, the resource‐based view, and dynamic capabilities, and we agree that the distinctive contribution of Penrose () to the modern Cited by: The fundamental purpose of this book is to teach us the great importance of corporate entrepreneurship and innovation that helps companies sustain their competitive advantage. Companies today know that they must be faster, more flexible, more aggressive and more innovative in order to maintain the competitive edge.


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