World Class Learners: Educating Creative and Entrepreneurial Learners by Youg Zhao

Different Types

  • Entrepreneurs come in different shapes and forms. They can be solo business owners, freelancing writers, or technological innovators. They can also be leaders of social institutions, organizers of social movements, or even government employees as governments need policy entrepreneurs for innovations in public policy. Some companies allow employees to behave within the company as they would as individual entrepreneurs in the outside world. This is known as intrapreneurship. Poor countries have higher levels out of necessity, while developed countries have lower levels as there are more stable jobs.
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