How to become an Entrepreneur within your company

by Robert Siegel on January 19, 2011

The best ways to take advantage of the economic recovery is to become an entrepreneur inside your company.

Management expert Peter Drucker wrote that contrary to popular misconception, entrepreneurs are not risk-oriented—they are opportunity-oriented.  They find opportunities in anomalies—the things that have changed during the downturn.

And contrary to popular misconception, entrepreneurial successes are not typically flights of imaginative genius—they are just the result of work.  As Chuck Close, the artist, says, “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Karl Hellman of Resultrek and I have teamed up to launch a brief survey and write a whitepaper, “How To Exploit The Recovery By Making Your Team More Entrepreneurial.”

Find out how entrepreneurial your team is by taking our brief survey, and learn how to exploit the recovery by reading our whitepaper at: Entrepreneurial Survey & Whitepaper.

Drucker wrote that “innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship.”  Innovation is driven by Ideative thinking; the creative skills for developing new products and services and solving problems.  The Ideative Process is a fundamental skill for entrepreneurs.  Learn more…..Entrepreneurial Survey & Whitepaper.

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