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Shaping the waves : a history of entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School

Author: Jeffrey L Cruikshank
Publisher: Boston, Mass : Harvard Business School Press, ©2005.
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"In Shaping the Waves, Jeffrey L. Cruikshank recounts the evolution of entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School and among its graduates - a journey going back more than fifty years and involving many of the most influential business players of the second half of the twentieth century. Detailing dozens of stories of remarkable entrepreneurial ventures and the individuals behind them, Cruikshank describes the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Lehrplan
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey L Cruikshank
ISBN: 1591398134 9781591398134
OCLC Number: 57044150
Description: xii, 371 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: From shelf space to cyberspace --
The light goes on --
The first venture --
Bringing in the entrepreneurs --
A tale of three cities --
Voting with their feet --
A constellation appears --
A nontrivial pursuit --
The magic of the movies --
Not your average study group --
Epilogue : shaping the waves.
Responsibility: Jeffrey L. Cruikshank.
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"In Shaping the Waves, Jeffrey L. Cruikshank recounts the evolution of entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School and among its graduates - a journey going back more than fifty years and involving many of the most influential business players of the second half of the twentieth century. Detailing dozens of stories of remarkable entrepreneurial ventures and the individuals behind them, Cruikshank describes the unique and powerful network that exists among HBS alumni - an active connection that bridges generations, fields of interest, and wide geographic boundaries."--BOOK JACKET.

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