Typology for Innovative Organizations

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It enhances productivity. New generations, societal change, sustainable goals and disruptive technology require organizations to be much more flexible, self-reinventing organisms that don’t fit above-mentioned design principles. A Typology for Innovative Organizations.

11 Paradoxes of Entrepreneurial Thinking: why entrepreneurship can hardly be taught

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The entrepreneur is an innovator and disturbs the economy (De Jong & Marsili, 2010; Schumpeter, 1934). Qualitative analysis shows that entrepreneurs actually use both logic at the same time, in contrast to the way larger organizations deal with innovation (in a more structured way).