Defining entrepreneurship as a

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The article presents an overview of different perspectives on entrepreneurship. Furthermore, the article describes the various schools of thoughts on entrepreneurship which includes: (1) Great Person; (2) Psychological Characteristics; (3) Classical; (4) Management; (5) Leadership; and (6) Intrapreneurship. The author points out the need to reconcile the various schools of entrepreneurship by recognizing of all of them such that each school provides different insights about the many facets of entrepreneurial behavior: (1) personal qualities or values; (2) anticipation of the future and recognition of opportunities as key attributes; and (3) importance of technical and non-technical managerial skills in improving the success of an entrepreneur.

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