Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Practice and Principles

Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Practice and Principles

The first book to present innovation and entrepreneurship as a purposeful and systematic discipline, this classic business title explains and analyzes the challenges and opportunities of America's entrepreneurial economy....

Title:Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Practice and Principles
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780887306181
Format Type:

    Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Practice and Principles Reviews

  • Herve

    Far from my previous post about Perkins, Peter Drucker’s book Innovation and Entrepreneurship was a paradoxical reading. The first chapters were painful even if brilliant. I understood there that in...

  • David Garza

    Even though this book is relatively old, its principles apply in every era. Drucker presents innovation as an ageless art form, in which all that changes is the approach. Any business owner, or out of...

  • Mohammad Shaker

    As always, Peter Drucker is one of my favourites on the subject. A book from the 80s that still a great read today, on a very changing and challenging subject such as entrepreneurship, is a sole indic...

  • Goktug Yilmaz

    3 Keys:- The test of an innovation, lies not on its novelty, its scientific content, or its cleverness. It lies in its success in the marketplace.- Quality in a product or service is not what the supp...

  • Adam McNamara

    Innovation and Entrepreneurship is about how to find opportunities to innovate, how to manage entrepreneurship within an organization, and how to manage entrepreneurial strategy in the market.In each ...

  • Robert

    Most people probably think that innovation and entrepreneurship is something that happens by chance or by magic. Reading this book by Peter Drucker should dispel this notion totally. Not only is innov...

  • Nicholas

    Peter Drucker is awesome.He turns innovation into a discipline. I need to read more of this guy.Drucker lists the seven places where innovation takes place and then goes into detail for each one. The ...

  • Jacob Mclaws

    I picked this up with the intent to read it and have it under my belt so I could say I've read it just because it is a "classic". I expected a lot of out of date references and antiquated principles o...

  • Ali

    Glad that this book was an easy to read but i believe the book can be less than half of the volume to explain everything...

  • Timothy Chklovski

    This is the first book by Drucker that I've read, but definitely not the last.Drucker is erudite; he reaches back hundreds of years and across continents to identify first introduction of one thing or...