Where did this pervasive sense of entitlement in our business culture come from? I’ve written about this before, but I was surprised again recently at a conference for startups when a couple of entrepreneurs started berating investors for their low rate of funding for early-stage startups. It sounded to investors like me that they expected a funding entitlement for their startup idea.
An Entitlement Culture in Business is Usually FatalPosted by martinzwilling under Startups
From http://blog.startupprofessionals.com 3632 days ago
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3630 days ago
And that sense of entitlement seems to be everywhere, among employees who don't seem to feel companies have any right to insist on flexibility and adaptability and among entrepreneurs and small business owners who bemoan changing customer habits and do nothing to evolve their businesses.