Entrepreneurship – a very ‘in vogue’ topic, especially at a time of seeking the way out of a Covid-19 crisis. Much emphasis has been placed on the health and economic factors impacting our recovery, including new vaccines and job-creating businesses. Significantly, it will be entrepreneurs who recognise these opportunities and deliver new and necessary products and services that are designed to add value and purpose to our way of life. Entrepreneurship infused with effective innovation will drive our recovery.
Using a five-step process comprising: Understanding the Significant Self; Exercise an Opportunity Focus; Practice Non-Local Intuition; Apply Power o f Human Intention; and Develop Interconnectivity & Collaborative Leadership -Make It Happen through adding quantified and perceived value for both users and customers alike.
|Publication date||August 09,2023|
|Interior Color||Black and White|
|Book Size||6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)|
Prof. Emer. L. Murray Gillin, AM. has had a career spanning over 60 years. He worked in the fields of Defence Science and Technology as a Materials Research Engineer (Aeronautical Research Laboratories), Defence Research Attaché at the Australian Embassy Washington, USA. He was Dean of Engineering and Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Swinburne University of Technology. In ‘retirement’ Murray co-founded the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship and was Director to 2009, was a By-Fellow at Churchill College Cambridge in 2004, and continued to teach and publish research to 2022.
Murray has been honoured with the Order of Australia and two Honorary Doctorates for his innovations and research in Work Integrated Learning and the world’s first Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
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