Sustainability, Innovation, and EntrepreneurshipAndrea Larson, University of
| 564 Pages
This book is suited for the Entrepreneurship or Innovation course with
an emphasis on Sustainability or for a course devoted entirely to
Sustainability. Topics covered includes: Sustainability Innovation in Business,
Framing Sustainability Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship and
Sustainability Innovation Analysis, Energy and Climate, Clean Products and
Health, Buildings and Biomaterials.
The Entrepreneur's Guide to a Biotech StartupPeter KolchinskyPDF
| 98 Pages
is designed to present a framework for evaluating a business concept and
describes the many steps involved in starting a biotechnology company.
Entrepreneurship Born, Made and EducatedThierry Burger HelmchenOnline
| 350 Pages
presents several articles, following different research approaches to answer
those difficult questions. The researchers explore in particular the psychology
of entrepreneurship, the role of academia and the macroeconomic impact of
Entrepreneurship Creativity and Innovative Business ModelsThierry Burger-HelmchenOnline
| 202 Pages
this book, an array of international researchers take a look at the visions and
actions of innovative entrepreneurs to be at the source of new ideas and to
foster new relationships between different actors to change the existing
Regulating Entrepreneurial Behaviour in European Health Care SystemsRichard B.
Saltman, Reinhard Busse and Elias MossialosPDF
| 256 Pages
This book covers the following
topics: Balancing regulation and entrepreneurialism in Europe’s health sector:
theory and practices, Good and bad health sector regulation, Accreditation and
the regulation of quality in health services, Regulating entrepreneurial
behaviour in hospitals, Entrepreneurial behaviour in pharmaceutical markets and
the effects of regulation, Regulating entrepreneurial behaviour in oral health
Managing Innovation and EntrepreneurshipProf. Fiona MurrayOnline
| NA Pages
note discusses the basics every manager needs to organize successful
technology-driven innovation in both entrepreneurial and established firms.
Designing and Leading the Entrepreneurial OrganizationProf. Diane
| NA Pages
This lecture note addresses the principles of organizational
architecture, group behavior and performance, interpersonal influence,
leadership and motivation in entrepreneurial settings.
Business Environment And Entrepreneurship (PDF 430P)The Institute Of Company
Secretaries Of IndiaPDF
| 430 Pages
The study material has been written in lucid and simple
language and conscious efforts have been made to explain business environment,
different forms and functions of organizations, basic elements of business and
mercantile laws and concept of entrepreneurship. This study material has been
divided into three main parts–Part A: Business Environment, Part B: Business
Laws, and Part C: Entrepreneurship.