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Managers and entrepreneurs – what’s the difference?

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Managers are constantly asked to behave like entrepreneurs.

The other way round, entrepreneurs are often asked to behave like managers. The manager is supposed to develop the drive and opportunism of the entrepreneur, and the entrepreneur is expected to learn the methodical disciplines of the manager. The pressures on both have become more intense as the economy has become more competitive, more entrepreneurial, more demanding.

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