“ePeople – Engaging Talent in the Entrepreneurial Age” documents the findings of the Career Innovation Group’s second global research study, conducted just after the dot-com crash, between May and November 2000. The report includes a summary of the findings of an international survey of 1200 high-flyers, working in 63 nations.

The survey represents the first post-crash research to compare the ‘dream’ of what working life might be like in start-ups with the ‘reality’ of the actual day-to-day experience. It highlights the most attractive features of an entrepreneurial organisation, and assesses how large established companies can create an entrepreneurial environment that will be attractive and deliver greater performance in future.

Contrary to popular myth, startups have not all burst with the dot-com bubble, and their work environment in many ways remains more attractive than the traditional corporation.

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