Shared Entrepreneurship

Shared Entrepreneurship

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Today's views of leadership and management have significantly expanded to incorporate a variety of elements such as rewards, visions, and worker participation. However, most perspectives still view leadership as something that is assigned to a designated person who then exercises influence downward toward subordinate followers. In many ways the persistent top-down command and control theme that supports established leadership thought and practice prevents organizations from fully tapping into their human resources, in turn limiting their flexibility to meet the challenges of increasingly dynamic, complex, and competitive environments. Shared Entrepreneurship replaces the top-down approaches of the past with a new framework that draws strengths and innovation from collaboration and sharing. This book is divided into two main sections. The first section consists of six chapters which provide an in-depth overview and discussion of shared entrepreneurship. The second section consists of eight original case studies commissioned by the authors, featuring such companies as Herman Miller, Inc., SRC Holdings, and W.L. Gore a Associates.One important position in this governance model not shown in figure 9.1 is that of the workerowner coordinator. ... 2 In 2007 the board of directors adopted the Policy Governance model designed by John Carver (see ... Human Resource Management The workerowners focus considerable attention on human resource management because of the need for a ... To support the development of the culture, EE has developed an Ownersa#39; Manual that is over two hundred pages in length.

Title:Shared Entrepreneurship
Author:Frank Shipper
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-08-13


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