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Reference no. 9-387-054
Subject category: Entrepreneurship
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1986
Version: 20 June 1989

Abstract

Describes the issues that entrepreneurs and their firms must deal with in attempting to make the transition from entrepreneurial to professional management. The note suggests that the delegation of responsibility and the implementation of formal controls are two key steps in this transition.

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Abstract

Describes the issues that entrepreneurs and their firms must deal with in attempting to make the transition from entrepreneurial to professional management. The note suggests that the delegation of responsibility and the implementation of formal controls are two key steps in this transition.

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