Entrepreneurship, as I’ve always known it, is building the company you want to work for.
Top Workplaces outperform average organizations on many levels, but one key distinction stands out: Leaders of Top Workplaces see the competitive advantage of creating a workplace culture where employees are highly engaged. And they make culture a strategic priority, day in and day out.
Redefining public-private boundaries is essential to successful counterterrorism efforts, but an understanding of the systemic context in which firms exist is the basis from whence policy and strategy are developed.
What qualities does a person need to be a successful entrepreneur? It is a question that has been asked over and over and has been the subject of thousands of hours of research. The bad news is no single psychological profile of an entrepreneur has been discovered by this research. The good news is anybody can be an entrepreneur.