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Enterprise development in SMEs and entrepreneurial firms; dynamic processes.


Enterprise development in SMEs and entrepreneurial firms; dynamic processes.

Ndubisi, Nelson Oly and Sonny Nwankwo.

Information Science Reference


488 pages




For students, academics, policy makers, and entrepreneurs, Ndubisi (entrepreneurial marketing, Griffith Business School, Australia) and Nwankwo (entrepreneurship, U. of East London, UK) collect 23 essays from an international group of marketing, management, business, economics and other specialists, who discuss enterprise processes in small and medium enterprises and fast growth entrepreneurial firms, strategies used in successful situations, and how lessons learned can be applied to other contexts. They address economic and environmental sustainable development, green supply chain management, human resource management, diaspora entrepreneurs, women and the glass ceiling, information and communication technologies, knowledge management, marketing, risk management and financing options, small and medium enterprise development, small entrepreneurial firms, succession planning, and supply network management at firms in countries around the world.

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Date:Apr 1, 2013
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