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Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Part III: My Startup By Patri K. Venuvinod
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In recent times, Technology (T), Innovation (I) and Entrepreneurship (E) have become matters of critical importance to the economic and competitve success of nations, firms, and startups. Yet a... More > depressingly large number of people—politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen, engineers, academics—are still locked up in the 'isms' and managerial mindsets of the last century. One reason is the paucity of academic books addressing TIE issues in a manner empathetic to the concerns of developed as well as developing societies. This book is the third and final part of a new textbook trilogy that seeks to fill this gap. A special feature is the inclusion of comparative insights derived by the author during his academic pursuits in India, the UK, Hong Kong/China, and the USA. Part I examined TIE interactions from the perspectives of the world and nation-building. Part II focused on issues of importance to individual firms. Part III (this book) does the same from the perspective of a startup.< Less
Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Part II: My Firm By Patri K. Venuvinod
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In recent times, Technology (T), Innovation (I) and Entrepreneurship (E) have become matters of critical importance to the economic and competitive success of nations, firms, and startups. Yet a... More > depressingly large number of people—politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen, engineers, academics—are still locked up in the 'isms' and managerial mindsets of the last century. One reason is the paucity of academic books addressing TIE issues in a manner empathetic to the concerns of developed as well as developing societies. This book is the second part of a new textbook trilogy that seeks to fill this gap. A special feature is the inclusion of comparative insights derived by the author during his academic pursuits in India, the UK, Hong Kong/China, and the USA. Part I had examined TIE interactions from the perspectives of the world and nation-building. Part II (this book) focuses on issues of importance to individual firms. Part III will adopt the perspective of a startup.< Less
Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Part II: My Firm By Patri K. Venuvinod
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In recent times, Technology (T), Innovation (I) and Entrepreneurship (E) have become matters of critical importance to the economic and competitive success of nations, firms, and startups. Yet a... More > depressingly large number of people—politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen, engineers, academics—are still locked up in the 'isms' and managerial mindsets of the last century. One reason is the paucity of academic books addressing TIE issues in a manner empathetic to the concerns of developed as well as developing societies. This book is the second part of a new textbook trilogy that seeks to fill this gap. A special feature is the inclusion of comparative insights derived by the author during his academic pursuits in India, the UK, Hong Kong/China, and the USA. Part I had examined TIE interactions from the perspectives of the world and nation-building. Part II (this book) focuses on issues of importance to individual firms. Part III will adopt the perspective of a startup.< Less
Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Part III: My Startup By Patri K. Venuvinod
Hardcover: $69.99
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In recent times, Technology (T), Innovation (I) and Entrepreneurship (E) have become matters of critical importance to the economic and competitve success of nations, firms, and startups. Yet a... More > depressingly large number of people—politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen, engineers, academics—are still locked up in the 'isms' and managerial mindsets of the last century. One reason is the paucity of academic books addressing TIE issues in a manner empathetic to the concerns of developed as well as developing societies. This book is the third and final part of a new textbook trilogy that seeks to fill this gap. A special feature is the inclusion of comparative insights derived by the author during his academic pursuits in India, the UK, Hong Kong/China, and the USA. Part I examined TIE interactions from the perspectives of the world and nation-building. Part II focused on issues of importance to individual firms. Part III (this book) does the same from the perspective of a startup.< Less
Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Part I: My World, My Nation By Patri K. Venuvinod
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In recent times, Technology (T), Innovation (I) and Entrepreneurship (E) have become matters of critical importance to the economic and competitve success of nations, firms, and startups. Yet a... More > depressingly large number of people—politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen, engineers, academics—are still locked up in the 'isms' and managerial mindsets of the last century. One reason is the paucity of academic books addressing TIE issues in a manner empathetic to the concerns of developed as well as developing societies. This book is the first part of a new textbook trilogy that seeks to fill this gap. A special feature is the inclusion of comparative insights derived by the author during his academic pursuits in India, the UK, Hong Kong/China, and the USA. Part I (this book) examines TIE interactions from the perspectives of the world and nation-building. Parts II and III will do the same from the perspectives of individual firms and startups respectively.< Less
Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Part I: My World, My Nation By Patri K. Venuvinod
Paperback: $23.99
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In recent times, Technology (T), Innovation (I) and Entrepreneurship (E) have become matters of critical importance to the economic and competitve success of nations, firms, and startups. Yet a... More > depressingly large number of people—politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen, engineers, academics—are still locked up in the 'isms' and managerial mindsets of the last century. One reason is the paucity of academic books addressing TIE issues in a manner empathetic to the concerns of developed as well as developing societies. This book is the first part of a new textbook trilogy that seeks to fill this gap. A special feature is the inclusion of comparative insights derived by the author during his academic pursuits in India, the UK, Hong Kong/China, and the USA. Part I (this book) examines TIE interactions from the perspectives of the world and nation-building. Parts II and III will do the same from the perspectives of an individual firm and a startup respectively.< Less

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