It’s probably rare these days to find companies that don’t say how much they value things like innovation and creativity. Part of this desire for innovation has been a fundamental rethinking of failure, with many organizations openly stating how open they are to failure and that doing so emboldens employees to push the boundaries and try new things.
Of course, while salaried employees may indeed encapsulate those values, it’s probably fair to say that they don’t do so to the extent that entrepreneurs do. You might think, therefore, that companies would open their arms to entrepreneurs who fancied a stint in salary land, but research from Yale
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