Intentional networks

Monday, February 19, 2007

We used to think that entrepreneurship with all was all about the entrepreneur.

But an entrepreneur without and network is simply a dreamer. Indeed, we can define a successful entrepreneur as a person who creates value by using networks to align resources that he or she does not initially control.

Creating an entrepreneurial community involves nurturing these networks. This task is different than networking, which most often involves a largely haphazard process. Creating networks is far more intentional.

Take, for example, how the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network is designing its Pub Talks. Read more.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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