DOI: 10.24251/hicss.2017.530
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Abstract: Entrepreneurship is often synonymous with invention, flexibility, adaptability and innovation "on the fly." The dynamic nature of start-ups makes it difficult for innovators to focus on knowledge management throughout the entrepreneurship cycle (innovation, triggering event, implementation and growth). The innovation stage calls for agility and, in highly technical and competitive industries, "secrecy." The intermediate stages (triggering and implementation) are often characterized by business plans, presentat…

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