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How Can Strategy Be Integrated with Entrepreneurship?

Read the latest offering from The Journal of Entrepreneurship entitled “Entrepreneurship and Competitive Strategy: An Integrative Approach.”

The abstract:

The two fields of strategic management and entrepreneurship have been viewed as inseparable twins and the relationship has been coined strategic entrepreneurship by a…

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"I'm a product"

MAPS teams built my church…MAPS teams built my Bible School.  I’m a product of their work. – Pastor Lockheart, Calvary Church of Freeport, Grand Bahama…

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What’s on the Mind of a CFO?

Collaboration is essential if chief financial officers are going to perform to the highest level. They have to be highly analytical, commercial in approach, capable of shaping strategy and possess a keen eye for detail and process at the operational level. 935 more words


How Do Regulations Affect Athletes' Doping Decisions?

In 2013, the International Association of Athletics Federations announced that as of January 1, 2015, any athletes with serious doping offenses will receive a four-year ban on competition participation, which for many could mean prohibition from the Olympics. 207 more words

Environmental And Social Issues

Ideas that add up #92

Any creature whose strength puts him beyond danger of open attack is apt to lose in cunning. Yet Wahb never forgot his early experience with the traps. 144 more words


Dashboard on Organisation Fitness in respect of Strategy, Design, Teams and People

Read an example of the Dashboard on Organisational Fitness here.  The Quantification of strategy was not yet requested in this study, but Regional and Operational senior team design strength and quality, as well as… 9 more words

Delivery-Fit Organisations Quantified

You are more attractive when you put others first

It’s a behavior that is considered ‘educato’ or polite and more eloquently phrased by the Italian writer and diplomat Giovanni Della Casa (1503-56) as

“Our manners are attractive when we regard others’ pleasure and not our own delight.”

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