Entrepreneurship is the lifeblood of the business world. The best managers have the ability to spot business opportunities and come up with new ideas.
Many people are mistaken in thinking that entrepreneurial management is some kind of mystery. There are numerous books promising to improve the reader's management skills, but the same claims are seldom made about entrepreneurship as it is often considered as a talent or skill that can’t be taught. Thankfully, though, that’s not the case.
The entrepreneur is charged with the difficult task of turning a business idea into reality, either through starting a new business or injecting new life into an existing one. Entrepreneurship demands innovation, as well as the marriage of profitability and growth. To help them along each step of the journey – from finding the idea in the first place through to its planning and implementation – the manager can draw inspiration from the experiences of others who have been on similar journeys before them.
Read more about entrepreneurship in the articles below.