Starting as a classic entrepreneur Steve Belkin, CEO of Trans-National (TN), the company is driving by two companies – one in group travel and others in the area of ​​financial services – before deciding to take a step back and as General Manager, whose focus and act attention is on the institutionalization of entrepreneurship within his organization. At the end of the case, he will ask whether to step back and act more as a venture capitalist and as such a move would affect TN as an organization.

Starting as a classic entrepreneur Steve Belkin, CEO of Trans-National (TN), the company is driving by two companies – one in group travel and others in the area of ​​financial services – before deciding to take a step back and as General Manager, whose focus and act attention is on the institutionalization of entrepreneurship within his organization. At the end of the case, he will ask whether to step back and act more as a venture capitalist and as such a move would affect TN as an organization.
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Christopher A. Bartlett,
Takia Mahmood
Source: Harvard Business School
18 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 12, 1996. Prod #: 397015-PDF-ENG
Trans National Group HBR case solution

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