about this book deutsch englishThe unstoppable increasing complexity as well as dynamic and information technology are three of the greatest challenges of our time. As a result man becomes more and more a plaything of the forces. Entrepreneurs and people who can support their creation activities are more likely to achieve long-term objectives. In a corporate entrepreneurship these two target groups can achieve their power, because companies can handle complexity better than individuals. Corporate entrepreneurships focus work on an increasingly complex and dynamic world. In the near future corporate entrepreneurships will be stringently required. They help us to be able to act over a longer period of time. To develop entrepreneurs and their supporters the preschool and the school are absolutely important. But the general school system shows considerable deficits as regards education for these target groups. And companies can´t resolve the problems in many important areas. The increasing need for corporate entrepreneurships gives them a power which must be channelled by an ethical foundation. The ethical foundation, which includes a dynamic balance between individual and social responsibility, is without any alternative for these companies. Based on this ethical foundation an economic, ecological, and social focus can equally be deeply anchored. We can trust the corporate entrepreneurship, and the legislature can reduce laws and other rules for these companies. Many laws and rules are superfluous for corporate entrepreneurships and do more harm than good. Corporate entrepreneurships need freedom no narrowness!
keywordsCorporate Entrepreneurship Corporate Sustainability Entrepreneur Ethik Nachhaltigkeit Unternehmertum
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