Compromise and cheating in small enterprise development
When small enterprise practitioners ‘help out’ their client businesses by supplying their own labour and project resources free of charge, are they in reality compromising the self-help principle? In a thought-provoking paper, the author points to ways in which small enterprise practitioners gloss over the hidden flaws in their projects, and delude themselves about the long-term impact of their work. He forecasts a bleak outlook for the small enterprise development field unless advisers can learn from real businesses.
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