Taking a plunge into start-up life is a major commitment and requires investing a huge amount of money, time and effort. The first and the most essential step is to identify if you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur. The Startup Way presents a new vision for what a modern company can, and should, look like." --Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code "In The Startup Way, Eric Ries offers leaders across the public, private and non-profit sectors a road map for managing continuous innovation, regardless of organizational size or complexity. The start-up culture, or start-up mind-set, features several key characteristics, including a commitment to innovation and a willingness to take risks and make decisions quickly.
Whether start-up entrepreneurs solve a problem that many struggle with each day, bring people together in a way no one has before, or build something revolutionary that advances society, they all have one thing in ... 6. Creative Entrepreneurship by kbs _ Ventures.