enterprise culture

enterprise culture

a set of values, symbols and practices which include a commitment to profitmaking, enterprise, innovation, initiative, self-reliance, creativity and competition. In the 1980s, the UK Government established an ‘enterprise initiative’ scheme which aims to develop graduates with skills and experience relevant to industry by funding initiatives in higher education which promote the skills and values associated with enterprise. Popular criticism of sociology often refers to its critical stance towards enterprise, profit and individualism. Sociological research on enterprise culture can be found in studies of ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE and of the WELFARE STATE and SOCIAL POLICY. see also NEW RIGHT IDEOLOGY.
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National Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Hub(NSSH) has been launched with the objective to provide professional support to SC/ST entrepreneurs to fulfill the obligations under the Public Procurement Policy for Micro and Small Enterprises, adopt applicable business practices and leverage the Stand up India initiative with an objective to promote enterprise culture amongst the SC/ST Population.
However, to encourage a greater enterprise culture in society, we need to develop the entrepreneurs and innovators of the future at a vital time for the Welsh economy.
However, to encourage a greater enterprise culture in society, we need to develop the entrepreneurs and innovators of the future at a vital time for the Welsh economy and in particular, there are many reasons why universities should play a more active role in the promotion of a stronger enterprise culture and in the stimulation of entrepreneurship across the Welsh economy.
ECP is a great initiative for this cause and we are glad to be their partners in promoting the enterprise culture in Pakistan.'
"An enterprise culture, where you are responsible for your own welfare, has become central to the development agenda."
Lin, its chairman, follows the enterprise culture concept 'win-win, harmony, understanding, tolerance', and welcomes talent and able men always accommodating high quality talent and pursues brand strategy.
BOI's Ian Sheppard said: "The optimism of companies is very encouraging and demonstrates the strength of the enterprise culture in Northern Ireland."
The key to the closer ties came in two themes outlined by the Prince during his visit: providing humanitarian aid for the 500,000 Syrian refugees who have flooded the country, and "promoting an enterprise culture"--a policy that seeks to take advantage of Jordan's dynamic private sector to create new opportunities for the country's burgeoning younger generation, as well as to enhance the living standards of all Jordanians, particularly in the rural areas.
The Welsh Government has difficulty in trying to get the banks 'on-side' in terms of developing the enterprise culture in Wales.
Clarence House said: "The visits will also aim to support UK economic interests by highlighting the growing commercial links between British companies and their counterparts in Jordan, Qatar and Oman, and by encouraging the development of an enterprise culture in the private sector in each country.
"We have to show to the world that we understand the enterprise culture, its significance to our country's development and are nurturing youth with an understanding of that culture.
At the European Association of Craft, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (UEAPME), Luc Hendrickx, director of enterprise policy, welcomes any measure that promotes enterprise culture, but warns that one must be realistic.

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