The Three Pillars Essay

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Three Pillars Essay
Harun Murage
Grand Canyon University

Entrepreneurship
An entrepreneur is an individual who organizes and manages any initiative, particularly a business venture, typically with substantial creativity and risk, (Bolton and Thompson, 2000) have defined an entrepreneur as “an individual who usually makes and revolutionizes to build something of recognized importance around apparent openings”. According to (Onuoha, 2007), entrepreneurship is defined as the practice of starting a new venture particularly a business in response to a spotted window of opportunities. (Lowell & Sharon, 2001) entrepreneurship is the procedure of designing, starting and running a new ...view middle of the document...

For example, although paying a small bribe to get a permit or to evade taxes may be “just the way things are done” or something that “everyone does,” businesses that do so may perpetuate business practices and conduct that make the evolution to a market economy more difficult” Ethics is the business been responsible and conducting the business in a legitimate way.
In the (Robert, 1999), the word ethics is "commonly used interchangeably with 'morality’ ... and sometimes it is used more narrowly to mean the moral principles of a particular tradition, group or individual." Ethics, is the capacity to think critically about moral values and direct our actions in terms of such values, is a generic human capacity." Ethics can also be used to describe a particular person's own characteristics, values or habits.

Servant Leadership
Leadership refers to the act of leading others or group, while as, servant leadership is the attitude and established practices that influence the lives of others positively, for example, company or national leaders. (Phillip & Steven, 2015, p. 12) Servant leadership takes what appears to be a winding road to such ends by seeking first to serve the welfares of the followers, rather than to first serve organizational goals.
According to (Colleen Barrett, 2008), “The servant-leader is a servant first… It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead. That person is sharply different from one who is a leader first, perhaps because of the need to assuage an unusual power drive or to acquire material possessions. The leader first and the servant-first are two extreme types. Between them, there are shadings and blends that are part of the infinite variety of human nature.”

Entrepreneurship, Ethics and Servant Leadership in relationship to my career.
After completion of Master of Science in Health Care Informatics, it will help me broaden my knowledge in the field of information technology. As an entrepreneur, the career will enhance the ability to making the decision, thus logical professional thinking and decide on the outcomes. As a result, I will gain the abilities and skills needed to start and run business venture through the acquired skills. More so, it will give me the knowledge to mobilize, allocate and utilize resources, in achieving set goals. Studies will add value to my career and will be more motivated and committed to achieving the goals in spite of challenges without giving up. Additional it will Improve my planning and organization skills without planning and administration services or products cannot reach the target market. Strategy and vision, that is will give me the idea of where that business might be in the future and putting in place a plan to achieve that goal. The impression in relation to the marketplace idea and more precisely, the idea in relative to the marketplace.

Career advancement will make me more ethical...

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