Entrepreneurial venture when reaches the point of being an established business, growth rate levels off, and a business no longer remains in its entrepreneurial stage. Though reaching that point is an achievement, a real concern for most businesses is that somehow becoming an established business means that the entrepreneurial spirit has been lost. Over here is need of an organization being entrepreneurial. The recent emergence of complex products consisting of, mechanical, electronic components, and software, not to mention interface to other IT products has given rise to many questions regarding the traditional idea of using the technological S-curve. First of all, many of the new products, such as computers and cellular phones are in effect complex technological systems of many technologies each with individual life cycles. It seems as if the individual technologies and the complex products of which the technologies are a part need not develop according to the same logic. In the case of cellular phones, it certainly seems as if it is not the end-users that drive development of new generations of cellular phones. The book highlights various researches done in the area.