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The Venture Imperative: A New Model for Corporate Innovation
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The Venture Imperative is strongly practical in orientation...a must-read for those serious about launching a corporate venturing unit within their own company.-Vince Barabba, General Manager, Corporate Strategy and Knowledge Development, General Mot...

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8/1/2002
Hardcover, Unabridged
Harvard Business Review Press
Business & Economics
358
9781578513352
1.31" H x 9.58" L x 6.49" W
1.5600
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The Venture Imperative: A New Model for Corporate Innovation

The Venture Imperative: A New Model for Corporate Innovation

Hardcover
Heidi Mason; Tim Rohner
Harvard Business Review Press