enterprise culture

From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Politics, Society
enterprise cultureˈenterprise ˌculture noun [countable, uncountable] PSa society or attitude which encourages people to start new businesses and be successful
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enterprise cultureBut there was no such enterprise culture in Britain in those days.The government has promoted the small firm and the enterprise culture as important contributions to workforce flexibility, and the restructuring process.He is the author of numerous books and pamphlets on capitalism, industry and the enterprise culture.The culture of dependency has to be replaced by the enterprise culture.The enterprise culture was born and the number of new paper millionaires mushroomed from around 5,000 to 18,000.