Norbäck and Persson (2014) suggest that some firms are “born to be global firms,” like Google and Facebook. Others, however, sell themselves and their innovations to incumbent firms. The authors argue that both strategies can be beneficial, depending upon the market.
How do the authors’ findings align with Peng’s five entrepreneurial strategies?
Do Norback and Persson’s assertions complement or contradict Peng’s?
What are the implications for small, new, innovative firms?
**Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements:
- 5 pages in length
- Support your analysis by referencing and citing at least 4 credible sources in addition to the course textbook.
- Use academic writing standards and APA style guidelines,
- You must citing references as appropriate.
- No plagiarism, and google is not a reference.
Peng, M. (2014). Global Strategy (3rd ed.). Mason, OH: Cengage Learning. ISBN-13: 9781133964612