Welcome to the ENTR 3360 Library Guide for Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation! This comprehensive guide has been meticulously crafted to provide you with an extensive array of library and web resources essential for your exploration of corporate venturing and strategic entrepreneurial efforts. With the aim of fostering innovation and entrepreneurial spirit within corporate settings, this guide equips you with the necessary tools to conduct thorough research and launch strategic initiatives within established organizations.
In the context of business education, Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation represent the vital process of fostering an entrepreneurial mindset and fostering innovative initiatives within established corporate structures. This course is designed to empower students to identify and seize opportunities for innovation within existing organizations, enabling them to launch strategic ventures and drive sustainable growth. By leveraging the resources provided in this guide, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies of corporate entrepreneurship, enabling you to effectively navigate the complexities of implementing entrepreneurial strategies within corporate environments and fostering a culture of innovation and growth.
For years, the William H. Hannon Library has provided access to the New York Times through databases like U.S. Major Dailies, via ProQuest, and Nexis Uni; but these platforms are optimized for academic research rather than casual reading. We are proud to announce that we now additionally provide access to the consumer edition of the New York Times online, via nytimes.com, for current LMU students, faculty, and staff.
If you already set up access to NYTimes online (previously provided by ASLMU), then there is nothing you need to do. Your access should continue uninterrupted. If you are a new user, register at accessnyt.com. Once registered, faculty and staff have four years of full account access, after which they must re-authenticate. Students have access until Dec. 31 of the graduation year they choose.
Whether you’re writing a paper or planning for the weekend ahead, discover original, quality journalism that helps you understand the world – and make the most of every part of life.