Entrepreneurial architecture comprises four elements or pillars: leadership and management, culture, structures and strategies (Figure 2.3). Combined so as to match the challenges of the competitive environment, they form a powerful force to develop sustainable competitive advantage and in particular the ability to innovate continuously. Kay (1995) identified three capabilities that he said formed the basis for sustainable competitive advantage.
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