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28 Especially terms like management can be misleading in the context of young companies and entrepreneurship. Popular terms like “competence”, “management”, and “young companies” often have diverse or even conflicting meaning. In this light, the following sections establish the fundament of the subsequent research. 1 New technology-based firms With the rise of the new economy new technology-based firms (NTBF) 29 have gained large public recognition. Media presence was dominated by a few rapidly growing firms.
3: Functional demands of the entrepreneurial process Figure 3 illustrates the development of the two functions in a process model. Initially the founders are almost entirely fulfilling entrepreneurial functions, but with the establishment and growth of the organization management functions gain importance. Since their overall time capacity is limited the management functions replace their time allotment devoted to entrepreneurial roles. However, in theory and practice the distinction between tasks that are strictly entrepreneurial and other tasks which are purely managerial remains difficult.
A cache considering role-based access control and trust in privilege management infrastructure by Zhang Sh.