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Developing Corporate Entrepreneurship by Adopting Learning Practices of Startups (Rozwijanie korporacyjnej przedsiebiorczosci poprzez wykorzystanie praktyk uczenia siê start-upow)

Grazyna Urbanik-Papp ()
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Grazyna Urbanik-Papp: Tischner European University in Krakow

Research Reports, 2017, vol. 2, issue 24, 30-40

Abstract: The concept of Lean Startup has revolutionized the creation of innovation in startups, as a way of accelerating learning and finding a functioning and profitable business model. How can the experience of startups benefit established companies whose culture is fundamentally different due to the organizational inertia? The development of corporate entrepreneurship could be aided by accelerated learning by iterations that constitute the key startup-specific practice. Strategic corporate entrepreneurship offers limited possibilities of implementing learning practices of startups and building a lean enterprise, whereas better conditions in this respect are created by corporate venturing. Interconnectedness between learning and other startup practices makes a new organization effective; however, it hinders the adoption of startup learning practices by established organizations.

Keywords: corporate entrepreneurship; Lean Startup; lean enterprise; organizational inertia; corporate venturing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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