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Strategic Entrepreneurism Shattering the Start-Up Entrepreneurial Myths

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ISBN-10: 1590791894

ISBN-13: 9781590791899

Edition: 2008

Authors: Jon Fisher, Gerald Fisher, Karen Wyatt, Karen Wyatt

List price: $21.95
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The dream of nearly every entrepreneur is to create the next big-name success story like Dell Computers or Google. While it is nice to dream big, the reality is that most startups fail precisely because they're trying to become the next big-name success. The real secret to entrepreneurial success lies in Strategic Entrepreneurism, where you design a company specifically to be acquired by a larger one. A thorough understanding of this concept is crucial in our modern economic environment with its focus on technological efficiency and its plethora of highly acquisitive organizations.
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Book details

List price: $21.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: SelectBooks, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/15/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 160
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Karen M. Wyatt, MD is a family physician who has spent her 25 year medical career working with patients in challenging settings, such as hospices, nursing homes and indigent clinics. She has founded a free medical clinic in a homeless shelter, accompanied three medical mission teams to Honduras, and led a non-profit clinic for the uninsured in its growth from a 4-hour per week all-volunteer operation to a full-time, full-service medical center. Motivated by her compassionate heart she has put her spiritual beliefs into action by being of service to others in need and by developing “Creative Healing,” an initiative to integrate spirituality into traditional medical practice. She…    

Introduction: The Real Life of an Entrepreneur
The Basics of Entrepreneurism
The Old Rules for Entrepreneurs
The New Rules for Entrepreneurs
Strategically Designing Your Company for Success
Finding the Right Business Idea: The Search for the Not-So Holy Grail
Designing A Company to be Acquired
Collaborating with the Customer
Case Studies of Failures
Calculating Success