The Entrepreneurial Mind : Dr. William Edwards
The Entrepreneurial Mind : Bruce Dobie
The Entrepreneurial Mind : David Condra
The Entrepreneurial Mind : Eric Satz
As someone who has written quite a bit about small business ethics, there is a trend that I find to be quite encouraging. Entrepreneurs are paying a lot more attention to the cultures they create in their businesses.
The culture of a business defines and shapes how a company’s owners and employees act, think, and feel as they go about their work. Culture sets the behavioral expectations and ethical standards in a company. It guides how employees are expected to interact with each other, with customers, with suppliers, and so forth.
Businesses with well-developed cultures tend to have a stronger sense of ethical awareness among their employees. All things being equal, these companies are also are more successful than those that do not intentionally build a strong culture.
So how should an entrepreneur go about building a strong culture in a business? Continue reading
The Entrepreneurial Mind : Hal Cato
The Entrepreneurial Mind : Vic Gatto Jumpworks
Many of the young entrepreneurs I work with have the goal of becoming serial entrepreneurs. They want a career that includes starting many new ventures.
However, what many of them fail to recognize is that becoming a successful serial entrepreneur means that they must be able to be a successful entrepreneur many times over. Continue reading
The Entrepreneurial Mind : Dhru & Barg Upender