Entrepreneurial Management

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McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Business & Economics - 295 pages
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From writing the business plan to managing change, Calvin helps walk the reader through the business and strategic issues that confront every new business With case studies and real-world examples of both successful businesses and failures, Entrepreneurial Management explains in detail the challenges that successful entrepreneurs must overcome to compete in today's cutthroat economy.With a format that mimics MBA programs and seminars of today's leading entrepreneurial management courses, this concise guide will help managers become the authors of their jobs and their companies.

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Robert J. Calvin (Chicago, IL) is an adjunct professor at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and president of Management Dimensions, Inc., an international consulting firm specializing in start-up and early-stage clients ranging from the Fortune 500 to the Inc. 100. He is the author of Sales Management.

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