Lead Like an Entrepreneur: Keeping the Entrepreneurial Spirit Alive Within the Corporation

Lead Like an Entrepreneur: Keeping the Entrepreneurial Spirit Alive Within the Corporation

by Neal Thornberry

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Lead Like an Entrepreneur: Keeping the Entrepreneurial Spirit Alive Within the Corporation by Neal Thornberry

RUN YOUR ORGANIZATION LIKE A RISK-TAKING STARTUP

Featuring in-depth profiles and success stories from some of today’s top companies, including IBM, 3M, Intel, General Electric, and many others, Lead Like an Entrepreneur reveals how to foster innovation at all levels of the corporation and how to employ entrepreneurial leadership qualities to turn ideas into economic value.

“In Lead Like an Entrepreneur, Thornberry has cracked the code on how to replicate the successful behaviors of entrepreneurial leaders….Should be required reading for companies that desire to inject world-class entrepreneurial IQ into the DNA of their company cultures.” —John Kilcullen, President and Publisher, Billboard and former Chairman and CEO of IDG Books

“In an age where sustainable competitive advantage is increasingly difficult to achieve, this book provides a platform upon which to build it….I recommend this book to anyone responsible for developing and improving leadership in their company.” —Peter Wright, Vice President of Human Resources, Refining & Marketing, British Petroleum, PLC

“Developing entrepreneurial leaders is the key to finding hidden value in any organization. Learn how to create or rekindle the entrepreneurial spirit in your organization, and all of your stakeholders will benefit.” —Gary Acinapura, President, Alcoa Exteriors

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780072262353
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 01/19/2006
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 6.38(w) x 9.14(h) x 1.06(d)

About the Author

Neal Thornberry has spent 10 years

exploring the field of entrepreneurial leadership at Babson

College’s School of Executive Education, where he currently

serves as faculty director.

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