The Lost Entrepreneurial Trait for Success: The Virtue of Humility
Toftoy, C. N. & Jabbour, R. (2004). The Lost Entrepreneurial Trait for Success: The Virtue of Humility. EJBO - Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies, Vol. 9 (1). Retrieved from http://ejbo.jyu.fi
Arrogance, pretentiousness, and desires for attention are the qualities that exist in some of our society's entrepreneurs. The success that they have been granted is a result of several traits such as determination and a clear vision. But, have you ever wondered if a lost trait exists that shoots a company from good to incredible?
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