Harvard Business Review on Succeeding as an Entrepreneur (Harvard Business Review Paperback Series)
|Rating||:||4.88 (765 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||208 Pages|
Great entrepreneurs don't take risks. They manage them. This collection of HBR articles will help you: zero in on your most promising prospects; set a clear direction for your start-up; test and revise your assumptions along the way; tackle risks that could sabotage your efforts; carve out opportunities in emerging markets; launch a start-up within your company; and, hand over the reins when it's time.. If you need the best practices and ideas for launching new ventures but don't have time to find them this book is for you. Here are nine inspiring and useful perspectives, all in one place
Mostly Blah, But Also Some Good Material - Loyd Eskildson I most liked the article titled 'Beating the Odds When You Launch A New Venture.' The article emphasizes analyzing risks early into any new venture, and provide useful examples. In one, a planned use of satellite broadcasting technology to bring mass media to markets lacking infrastructure failed because the simple, low-cost recei. "some good info but" according to Cpt PirateMonkeyPants. this book isn't really for normal small business entrepreneurs. This book is mostly about venture capitol funded businesses run by ivy league people. The farther I get in the book the less the material applies to me.