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Hamel, G., & Prahalad C. K. (1994).  Competing for the Future.
The sheer size, scope, and complexity of future opportunities may also require a corporate rather than an individual unit perspective. Mega-opportunities don't yield easily to 'skunk works' or undirected entrepreneurship. A lone employee with a bit of free time and access to a small slush fund may create Post-it Notes but is unlikely to bring the interpreting telephone from conception to reality or make much progress on creating a new computing architecture. Consistent, focused competence-building requires something more than 'thriving on chaos.'" (p. 33)
Axelrod, A. (2006).  Profiles in Audacity: Great Decisions and How They Were Made.
"[Bill] Gate's role in the creation of modern civilization was made possible in part through genetic predisposition, through being in the right place at the right time, and through certain deliberate decisions he made." (p. 124)

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  • Concept: entrepreneurship
    • preferred: entrepreneurship
    • definition: someone who organizes a business venture and assumes the risk for it
    • related: freedom
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    • keyword-146
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      • sense: enterpriser
      • sense: entrepreneur
      • entrepreneur
      • in scheme:
      • gloss: someone who organizes a business venture and assumes the risk for it
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      • synset id: 110060352
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