Strategy and entrepreneurship have long been seen as separate realities to many scholars. In near-caricature form, the first has been seen as focused on large firms using explicit strategic planning methods supported by increasingly sophisticated information technology; and the second appeared primarily to reflect the actions of a determined, energetic, and intuitive founding entrepreneur or small entrepreneurial action team. Fortunately, many leading scholars in the two corresponding fields of study have recognized that these realities are indeed overlapping and should be approached by researchers as such, whenever possible.
Blair, J.D., Fottler, M.D., Ford, E.W. and Tyge Payne, G. (2007), "Chapter 1 Perspectives on Strategic Thinking and Entrepreneurial Action in the Health Care Industry", Blair, J.D., Fottler, M.D., Ford, E.W. and Tyge Payne, G. (Ed.) Strategic Thinking and Entrepreneurial Action in the Health Care Industry (Advances in Health Care Management, Vol. 6), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 3-9. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1474-8231(06)06001-0Download as .RIS
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