Entrepreneurship Around the World
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Best Practice – Five Dynamics Model
Best Practices: Five Dynamics Model
Books about one or more of the Five Dynamics
1. Bardaracco, Joseph L., Jr. and Ellsworth, Richard R. (1993). Leadership and the Quest for Integrity. Harvard Business School Press.
2. Blanchard, Ken and Stoner, Jesse (2003). Full Steam Ahead! Unleash the Power of Vision in Your Company and Your Life. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
3. Blanchard, Kenneth H.; O’Connor, Michael; and Ballard, Jim 1997). Managing by Values. Barrett-Koehler.
4. Bloch, Sonny and Ahlert, Gary (1994). Selling Your Idea or Invention: The Birthplace-To-Marketplace Guide. Carol Publishing Corporation.
5. Burt, Ron (2005). Trust, Reputation, and Competitive Advantage. Oxford University Press.
6. Buskirk, Bruce and Lavik, Molly (2003). Entrepreneurial Marketing: Real Stories and Survival Strategies. South-Western College Pub.
7. Cagan, Jonathan, and Vogel, Craig M. (2002). Creating Breakthrough Products: Innovation from Product Planning to Program Approval. Prentice Hall.
8. Canfield, Jack; Hansen, Mark Victor; and Hewitt, Les (2000). The Power of Focus: How to Hit Your Business, Personal, and Financial Targets with Absolute Certainty. HCI.
9. Casta, John Dalla (1999). The Ethical Imperative: Why Moral Leadership Is Good Business. Perseus Books Group.
10. Catlin, Katherine; Matthews, Jana B.; and Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (2001). Leading at the Speed of Growth: Journey from Entrepreneur to CEO. Wiley.
11. Catlin, Katherine; Matthews, Jana B.; Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurship (2002). Building the Awesome Organization: Six Essential Components that Drive Business Growth. Wiley.
12. Cohen, Don and Prusak, Laurence (2001). In Good Company: How Social Capital Make Organizations Work. Harvard Business School Press.
13. Collins, Jim (2001. Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t. HarperBusiness.
14. Collins, Jim and Porras, Jerry I. (2002). Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies. Harper Business Essentials.
15. Covey, Steven (1989). Principle Centered Leadership. Cedar Fort.
16. Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly (2003). Good Business: Leadership, Flow, and the Making of Meaning. Viking Books.
17. Damon, William (2004). The Moral Advantage: How to Succeed in Business by Doing the Right Thing. Berrett-Koehler.
18. DePree, Max (1989). Leadership is an Art. Currency.
19. DePree, Max (1992). Leadership Jazz. Currency.
20. Donaldson, Thomas and Dunfee, Thomas W. (1999). Ties That Bind: A Social Contracts Approach to Business Ethics. Harvard Business School Press.
21. Duggan, William (2003). The Art of What Works: How Success Really Happens. McGraw-Hill.
22. Fukuyama, Francis (1996). Trust: The Social Virtues and The Creation of Prosperity. Free Press.
23. Galbraith, Jay R. (2000). Designing the Global Corporation. Jassey-Bass.
24. Galbraith, Jay R. (2001). Designing Organizations: An Executive Guide to Strategy, Structure, and Process Revised. Jossey-Bass.
25. Galbraith, Jay; Downey, Diane; and Kates, Amy (2001). Designing Dynamic Organizations: A Hands-On Guide for Leaders at All Levels. American Management Association.
26. Galford, Robert M. and Drapeau, Anne Seibold (2003). The Trusted Leader. Free Press.
27. Goffee, Robert; Goffee, Rob; and Jones, Gareth (1998). The Character of a Corporation: How Your Company’s Culture Can Make or Break Your Business. HarperCollins Publishers.
28. Groth, Lars (1999). Future Organizational Design: The Scope for the IT-based Enterprise. John Wiley & Sons.
29. Harvard Business School Press (2004). Creating Teams with an Edge. Harvard Business School Press.
30. Hayes, John P. and DeLuca, Fred (2001). Start Small, Finish Big: 15 Keys to Start--and Run—Your Own Successful Business. Warner Business Books.
31. Heskert, James L.; Sasser, W. Earl, Jr.; and Schlesinger, Leonard A. (2003). The Value Profit Chain: Treat Employees Like Customers and Customers Like Employees. Free Press.
32. Hosmer, a Rue Tone (2002). The Ethics of Management. McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
33. Hupalo, Peter I. (1999). Thinking Like an Entrepreneur: How to Make Intelligent Business Decisions That Will Lead to Success in Building & Growing Your Own Company. HCM Publishing.
34. Johnson, Craig E. (2001). Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership: Casting Light or Shadow. SAGE Publications.
35. Jones, John Chris (1992). Design Methods. Wiley.
36. Kawasaki, Guy (2004). The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything. Portfolio Hardcover.
37. Kotter, John P. (1992). Corporate Culture and Performance. Free Press.
38. Kouzes, James M. and Posner, Barry Z. (2002). The Leadership Challenge (3rd Ed.).Jossey-Bass.
39. Kouzes, James M. and Posner, Barry Z. (2003). Credibility: How Leaders Gain and Lose It, Why People Demand It. Jossey-Bass.
40. Kouzes, James M. and Posner, Barry Z. (2003). The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership. Jossey-Bass.
41. Leonard, Dorothy, and Swap, Walter C. (2005). Deep Smarts: How to Cultivate and Transfer Enduring Business Wisdom. Harvard Business School Press.
42. Lesonsky, Rieva (2001). Start Your Own Business: The Only Start-Up Book You’ll Ever Need (2nd Ed.). McGraw-Hill/Business & Investing Distributed.
43. Lodish, Leonard M.; Morgan, Howard; and Kallianpur, Amy (2001). Entrepreneurial Marketing: Lessons from Wharton’s Pioneering MBA Course. Wiley.
44. Low, Jonathan and Cohen, Pam (2002). Invisible Advantage: How Intangibles Are Driving Business Performance. Perseus Books Group.
45. Lustberg, Arch (2002). How to Sell Yourself: Winning Techniques for Selling Yourself…Your Ideas…Your Message. Career Press.
46. Maister, David H. (2003). Practice What You Preach: What Managers Must Do to Create a High Achievement Culture. Free Press.
47. Maister, David H.; Green, Charles H.; and Galford, Robert M. (2000). The Trusted Advisor. Free Press.
48. Maxwell, John C. (2000). Developing the Leader Within You. Nelson Books.
49. Maxwell, John C. (2003). Developing The Leaders Around You: How to Help Others Reach Their Full Potential. Nelson Impact.
50. McNally, David, and Speak, Karl (2002). Be Your Own Brand: A Breakthrough Formula for Standing Out from the Crowd. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
51. Mohrman, Susan Albers, and Mohrman, Allan M. (1997). Designing and Leading Team-Based Organizations: A Workbook for Organizational Self-Design. Jossey-Bass.
52. Mohrman, Susan Albers; Cohen, Susan G.; and Mohrman, Allan (1995). Designing Team-Based Organizations: New Forms for Knowledge Work. Jossey-Bass.
53. Moment, Robert (2004). It Only Takes a Moment to Score: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Successfully Selling Business Ideas. iUniverse, Inc.
54. Nadler, David; Tushman, Michael L.; and Nadler, Mark B. (1997). Competing by Design: The Power of Organizational Architecture. Oxford University Press.
55. Oden, Howard (1997). Managing Corporate Culture, Innovation, and Intrapreneurship. Quorum Books.
56. Pava, Moses (2003). Leading With Meaning: Using Covenantal Leadership to Build a Better Organization. Palgrave Macmillan.
57. Reichheld, Frederick F. (2001). Loyalty Rules! How Leaders Build Lasting relationships. Harvard Business School Press.
58. Reichheld, Frederick F. and Teal, Thomas (2001). The Loyalty Effect: The Hidden Face Behind Growth, Profits, and Lasting Value. Harvard Business School Press.
59. Ros, Jay ( ). Build a Great Team: Chose the Right People for the Right Roles. Financial Times Management.
60. Ryan, Kathleen D. and Oestreich, Daniel K. (1998). Driving Fear Out of the Workplace: Creating the High-Trust, High-Performance Organization. Jossey-Bass.
61. Schein, Edgar H. (2004). Organizational Culture and Leadership (3rd Ed.). Jossey-Bass.
62. Senge, Peter M. (1994). The Fifth Discipline. Currency.
63. Shaw, Robert Bruce (1997). Trust in the Balance: Building Successful Organizations on Results, Integrity, and Concern. Jossey-Bass.
64. Sightler, Kevin (2000). Bibliographic Resources on Entrepreneurship, Self Defeating Behaviors, and the Fears of Success and Failure. Mellen Press.
65. Smilor, Raymond W. and Kuhn, Robert Lawrence (Eds.) (1984). Corporate Creativity: Robust Companies and the Entrepreneurial Spirit. Praeger Publishers.
66. Smilor, Raymond W. and Sexton, Donald L. (1996). Leadership and Entrepreneurship: Personal and Organizational Development in Entrepreneurial Ventures. Quorum Books.
67. Solomon, Robert C. (1997). It’s Good Business: Ethics and Free Enterprise for the New Millennium. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
68. Solomon, Robert C. (1999). A Better Way to Think About Business: How Personal Integrity Leads to Corporate Success. Oxford University Press.
69. Stack, Jack and Burlingham, Bo (2003). A Stake in the Outcome: Building a Culture of Ownership for the Long-Term Success of Your Business. Currency.
70. Tichy, Noel and McGill, Andrew (2003). The Ethical Challenge: How to Lead with Unyielding Integrity. Wiley & Sons.
71. Ulrich, Karl T., and Eppinger, Steven D. (2004). Product Design and Development. Erwin/McGraw-Hill.
72. Watkins, Michael (2003). The First 90 Days: Critical Success Strategies for New Leaders at All Levels. Harvard Business Scholl Press.
73. Wilder, Claudyne (1994). The Presentations Kit: 10 Steps for Selling Your Ideas (Rev. Ed.). Wiley.
74. Wurzburger, Walter S. (1994). Ethics of Responsibility: Pluralistic Approaches to Covenantal Ethics. Jewish Publication Society.
1. Baron, J. N., Hannan, M. T., & Burton, M. D. (1999). Building the iron cage: Determinants of managerial intensity in the early years of organizations. American Sociological Review, 64: 527–547.
2. Bjerke, Bjorn and Hultman, Claes (2002). A dynamic perspective on entrepreneurship, leadership and management as a proper mix for growth. International Journal of Innovation and Learning, Vol. 1, No. 1: 72-93.
3. Butler, John Sibley (2002). The Science of New Ventures: Combining Theory and Practice for Wealth and Job Creation through Entrepreneurship. Coleman White Paper. Available online (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.colemanchairs.org/whitepaper.asp
4. Cameron, Kim; Bright, David; and Caza, Arran (2003). Exploring the Relationships Between Organizational Virtuousness and Performance. In: Approaching Transnationalism: Transnational Societies, Multicultural Contacts, and Imaginings of Home. Kluwer Academic Publishers. CHAPTER 4: 61-82.
5. Choi, David, Y. and Gray, Ed R., “The Venture Development Process of ‘Sustainable’ Entrepreneurs”, Rural Entrepreneurship News, Vol. 4, No. 5, April 1, 2005.
6. Choi, Jong-Tae ( ). Transformation of Korean HRM based on Confucian Values. College of Business Administration, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea. Available (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.fu-berlin.de/iira/papers/track_1/Workshop_1_4_Choi.pdf
7. Cox, Taylor H. et al. (1991). Effects of Ethnic Group Cultural Differences on Cooperative and Competitive Behaviour on a Group Task. Academy of Management Journal. Dec, Vol. 34, No. 4: 827.
8. Dobrev, Stanislav and Barnett, William (2005). Organizational roles and Transitions to Entrepreneurship. Forthcoming in: Academy of Management Journal.
9. Ethhix.org (2004). Eight Traits of a Healthy Organizational Culture. Institute for Business, Technology & Ethics.
10. Ethix.org (2004). Ten Principles of the Highly Ethical Business Leaders. Institute for Business, Technology & Ethics.
11. Gelderen, Marco van; Thurik, Roy; and Bosma, Niels (2003). Success and Risk Factors in the Pre Startup Phase. Scales Working Paper: N200314. EIM: Business & Policy Research. Available online (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.eim.net/pdf-ez/N200314.pdf
12. Harter, James K. and Schmidt, Frank L. (2002). Business Unit Level Relationship Between Employee Satisfaction, Employee Engagement, and Business Outcomes. Journal of Applied Psychology. 2002 Apr;87(2):268-79.
13. Hellmann, Thomas (2000). Entrepreneurship and the Process of Obtaining Resource Commitments. Working Paper: Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
14. Henricks, Mark (2004). What not to do: A seasoned entrepreneur reveals the 17 most common mistakes startups make and how to avoid them – plus, the 5 things you must do to ensure success. Entrepreneur Magazine, February, 2004.
15. Lampou, Konstantin (2002). Traits and Skills for Managerial Leadership: A Values Theory Approach. Occasional Paper 2002/3, Uppsala University Department of Business Studies.
16. Lonmo, Charlene (2004). Characteristics of Firms that Grow from Small to Medium Size: Synthesis Report. Presented to the Industrial Research Assistance Program, National Research Council of Canada. Innovation Analysis Bulletin, Vol. 6, No. 3.
17. Mintzberg, Henry . “Organisation Design: Fashion or Fit?” Harvard Business Review, Jan-Feb 1981.
18. Mitchell, R. et al (2002). Toward a Theory of Entrepreneurial Cognition: Rethinking the People Side of Entrepreneurship Research. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Winter, Vol. 27, No. 2: 93.
19. Morris, Michael H. (2001). The Emergence of Entrepreneurial Marketing: Nature and Meaning. Coleman Foundation White Paper. Available online (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.colemanchairs.org/files/documents/22/morris_final_11_281.pdf
20. National Commission on Entrepreneurship (2001). Five Myths About Entrepreneurs: Understanding How Businesses Start and Grow. Online publication, available (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.renderx.com/~renderx/myths/en/art_letter.pdf
21. Shane, Scott (2000). Prior Knowledge and the Discovery of Entrepreneurial Opportunities. Organization Science, July–August, Vol. 11, No. 4: 448–469.
22. Stephenson, Carol (2004). Rebuilding Trust: The Integral Role of Leadership in Fostering Values, Honesty and Vision. Ivey Business Journal. Ivey Management Services Reprint # 9B04TA02, January/February 2004.
23. Toftoy, Charles N. and Natalia, Totskaya (2002). Entrepreneurial Model for New Product Development. International Council for Small Business 47th World Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico June 16-19.