Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders

In this ever-changing global economy, the future of business depends on leaders who use Entrepreneurial Thought and Action®, the method of acting on ideas and taking the first small step toward overcoming obstacles, creating opportunities, and making a difference across industries. Stay on top of innovative educational programs, business models, technologies, and organizational approaches that shape entrepreneurial leaders and drive profit and social progress.

Exploring the Psychological Side of Repeat Entrepreneurship
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
Exploring the Psychological Side of Repeat Entrepreneurship » Is entrepreneurship addictive? Research explores, and attempts to answer, that very question.
How to Become an Objective Entrepreneur
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
How to Become an Objective Entrepreneur » Entrepreneurs can be so tied up in their ventures and blinded by unyielding passion that often they don’t see things clearly and therefore can’t respond objectively.
Changing the Status Quo in Venture Capital
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
Changing the Status Quo in Venture Capital » Only about 1% of all businesses in the United States ever receive venture financing, and for women, the slice of the VC pie is even smaller.
Writing the Book on Creating Social Value
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
Writing the Book on Creating Social Value » When Cheryl Kiser began teaching a graduate course called Social Value Creation Matters three years ago, neither she nor her students could have predicted that their classroom discussions were laying the groundwork for a book.
A Worthless, Impossible, & Stupid Recipe for Policy Success
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
A Worthless, Impossible, & Stupid Recipe for Policy Success » Can an inspirational story catalyze a business or kick-start a career?
Mentors: An Entrepreneur’s Most Valuable Player
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
Mentors: An Entrepreneur’s Most Valuable Player » While much is made of the critical importance of finding a mentor, the term can seem as broad as the spectrum of human relationships.
How an Alpine Adventure Inspired a Business
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
How an Alpine Adventure Inspired a Business » What can the Matterhorn, a 14,000-foot alpine peak, teach an entrepreneur about running a business?
How to Ape Guy Kawasaki
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
How to Ape Guy Kawasaki » Guy Kawasaki might balk at the label Legendary Marketing Guru, but his 1.2 million social media followers are voting with their tweets—his writing on marketing, evangelizing, social media, and more spreads far and wide.
The Power of PR
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
The Power of PR » Ask any hustling entrepreneur and they’ll tell you: free PR isn’t free. Seeing your company’s name in print and watching new prospects click with your story is gratifying, but it requires an investment of time and energy, and can open you up to risk.
The Sharing Economy
Preparing Entrepreneurial Leaders
The Sharing Economy » “The best ideas are the ones that have been around for a long time," is a starting point for the growing entrepreneurial movement to exploit the notion of collective consumption putting a technology-powered new spin on sharing, renting, or bartering goods and services.