"Big corporations are trying to capture some of the magic of small companies. . . . There is a new code for this kind of operation: intrapreneurship. . . . Pinchot's thesis is stirring discussion within management circles." -- Time
"Pinchot has done a remarkable job of describing in detail how large organizations can make a home for innovators-those indespensible, unpredictable, productive people who are the key to genuine progress anywhere." -- L.W. Lehr, Chairman and CEO, 3M
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Describing one of the most liberating concepts to emerge in business, Gifford Pinchot tells the budding entrepreneur exactly how to choose an idea, how to get it approved, where to find the necessary funds, and how to make the project succeed.