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Women Entrepreneurs: Managing Perceptions, Managing Guilt
7/23/2010
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Women entrepreneurs face risks and stresses in building companies that men

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Where did my job go and will I get it back?
Pauly Frank
10/15/2009
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Job seekers need to be competent in three areas in order to compete in the global work market. These are Communication- the ability to learn and unde

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Vision for Peer Support Yields Leadership Roundtables
Fischer Thaine
12/1/2004
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An experienced small businessman, Thaine Fischer now enjoys helping others in the Leadership Roundtable organized through the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Viewpoint: Six-Sigma Success Requires Top Team Support
Grayson Kevin
8/1/2007
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Even with trained and certified internal quality-improvement leaders, or "belts," Six Sigma efforts can fail because management does not understand the support they need. Such ignorance can mean that Six Sigma quality projects don't match company strategy, receive the right resources or financial support, or benefit from regular reviews by managers who can resolve such issues. Entrepreneurs thinking about implementing a Lean Manufacturing-oriented process need to have a full appreciation not only for the returns but also for the investments required, especially their own time and energy and that of their top team".

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Trade Dress
Sherman Andrew J
10/29/2001
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Design elements that build brand awareness for your business constitute its "trade dress" and can be protected by federal and state trademark laws. Learn how to enhance trade-dress protection and defend against infringement by competitors.

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Things Have Changed
Graves Earl G
12/1/2001
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A leading African-American entrepreneur exposes that things have changed for entrepreneurship in the wake of the terrorist attacks of September 11th. The tragedy is hurting large companies (on whose boards he sits), which in turn is having a ripple effect on the smallest entrepreneurial shop, he writes.

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The Values That Sustain Entrepreneurs
Smilor Ray
12/1/2004
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There's a very practical reason for a values-based, morally rigorous view of entrepreneurship. That is usually the only viable way for an entrepreneur to do business in the long run, the author asserts.

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The State of Start-ups
Ortmans Jonathan
1/18/2010
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When President Obama will deliver his first State of the Union address is still unclear. However, with 80 percent of the population believing that new economic growth and jobs will come from entrepreneurs, discussion around what his address should include in terms of policies that encourage new start-ups is already underway.

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The Corporate Petri Dish
7/23/2010
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Corporate culture" doesn't just happen, it must be nurtured, just like a "culture" in a petri dish, writes the author.

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The Commercialization of University Innovations
Policy Dialogue on Entrepreneurship
12/18/2008
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The crown jewel of the U.S. university system – the finest in the world – is the research university, where knowledge creation is the ultimate goal. Recognition of the centrality of knowledge creation to economic growth makes the efficiency of university innovation a top concern to policymakers, especially since the federal government funds two-thirds of the $48 billion of R&D performed in academic institutions.  In too many universities, commercialization of research discoveries is not as rapid or as successful as it could be. The solution provided by Technology Transfer Offices (TTO) has been mixed, as too many have been directed to focus on maximizing revenue through patent licensing, leading to a sub-optimal level of technology diffusion. In the face of declining funding of basic science research, venture capital migration to downstream opportunities, and heightened competition from abroad, the optimal commercialization of U.S. university innovations could not be more important.

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