Enterprise and the enterprise culture are regularly referred to in everyday conversation but the term enterprise has a variety of meanings. In its broadest sense enterprise refers to a set of attributes, skills and behaviours which may be demonstrated by an individual. In its narrowest sense it is used synonymously with small business founding and management. In general, enterprising people take bold steps in setting up and managing projects and they require certain knowledge, skills and personal qualities if they are to be considered competent in this context.
Cromie, S. and Callaghan, I. (1997), "ASSESSING ENTERPRISING ATTRIBUTES — THE USEFULNESS OF CAIRD'S GENERAL ENTERPRISING TENDENCY (GET) TEST", Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, Vol. 4 No. 2, pp. 65-71. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb020981Download as .RIS
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