Business & Management 2017 by SAGE Publications

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entrepreneurship human resource management the business of innovation exploring entrepreneurship jay mitra university of essex richard blundel the open university nigel lockett leeds university business school and catherine wang brunel business school what does innovation mean for businesses and what can businesses do to explore drive and manage innovation moving beyond the narrow confines of a how-to of innovation management this book covers the ways in which business innovation relates to people organizations m a nage me nt sys te m s p ro cesses measurement and government policy second edition with a perfect balance of the practical and theoretical elements of entrepreneurship this second edition provides the type of rigorous and critical understanding that is essential for success both in the classroom and as a budding entrepreneur the text and companion website have been fully revised to cover developments such as the vibrant sharing economy and tech start-up culture that have emerged worldwide featuring a series of vignettes throughout the book sets out to track trace and provide testimonies of the variety of innovation among diverse groups of people in organizational environments across geographical divides in a time when innovation and entrepreneurship have an increasing role in driving economic value creation jay mitra offers a critical insight into how where and most importantly who makes innovation work this new edition includes real-life stories of entrepreneurs and fresh insights from researchers to highlight the latest developments in entrepreneurship further brought to life by new videos on the companion website a new chapter on the varieties of entrepreneurship shows how entrepreneurial thinking can be applied beyond personal business ventures to other walks of life such as non-profit social causes and working for an employer suitable for postgraduate doctoral and mba students on business management and innovation courses and practitioners looking for a critical insight into the business of innovation contents contents an introduction to technological change and innovation the innovative environment systems and institutions of innovation innovation policy and the role of government the characteristics and features of innovative organisation innovation and the types and size of firms innovative people types of innovation the process of innovation forms of innovation measuring innovation varieties of entrepreneurship part i entrepreneurship in practice visions creating new ventures opportunities nurturing creativity and innovation people leading teams and networks markets understanding customers and competitors operations implementing technologies processes and controls accounts interpreting financial performance finances raising capital for new ventures part ii perspectives on entrepreneurship research matters introduction and overview individual perspectives beyond the heroic entrepreneur social perspectives understanding people and places economic perspectives influences and impacts historical perspectives the long view political perspectives from policy to practice reflections entrepreneurial learning april 2017 • 336 pages cloth 9781446210802 • £90.00 paper 9781446210819 • £34.99 issues in entrepreneurship small business management articles from sage business researcher sage business researcher this new collection of readings delves into the latest issues and controversies in entrepreneurship such as learning from failure social entrepreneurship flat management crowdfunding and more each article provides deep balanced and authoritative coverage and points to reliable resources for further study april 2017 • 328 pages paper 9781506381381 • £35.99 november 2017 • 480 pages cloth 9781473948068 • £120.00 paper 9781473948075 • £43.99 human resource information systems basics applications and future directions fourth edition international student edition michael j kavanagh and richard d johnson both at state university of new york at albany offers a balanced approach that links hr concepts to technology and demonstrates how hr professionals can apply these practices in their day-to-day work august 2017 • 608 pages paper 9781506386539 • £62.00 available as inspection copy for lecturers 5