5   Organizing Entrepreneurship in Established Firms

5.1 Organizing for Innovation in Established Firms: “Corporate Entrepreneurship”, “Corporate Disaggregation” and Other Movements

The traditional domain of entrepreneurship is the initial identification of a potential opportunity followed by the acquisition of resources, and the set-up of a dedicated entity which serves as a vehicle for the exploitation of the opportunity, as examined in earlier chapters. Following the establishment of the venture, however, interest ...

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