Turn it on

McGarvey, Robert
November 1996
Entrepreneur;Nov96, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p154
Offers entrepreneurs tips on how to encourage creativity among their employees. Refusing to overestimate one's product and service; Using humor to foster creativity; Thinking opportunistically; Having a network of acquaintances.


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