Tag: Research

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How to Manage Collaborative Overload
How to Manage Collaborative Overload » In the increasingly collaborative workplace, a proactive shift in our own behavior can prevent collaboration overload and promote meaningful engagement between employees.
Teaching Entrepreneurship: An Interview with Heidi Neck
Teaching Entrepreneurship: An Interview with Heidi Neck » Heidi Neck, one of the most influential thinkers in teaching entrepreneurship, speaks about her book and the importance of entrepreneurship education.
Exploring the Psychological Side of Repeat Entrepreneurship
Exploring the Psychological Side of Repeat Entrepreneurship » Is entrepreneurship addictive? Research explores, and attempts to answer, that very question.
Advice for Managing Entrepreneurial Employees
Advice for Managing Entrepreneurial Employees » Five findings about employee entrepreneurs from Babson College's 2011 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor report.
Should You Have A Work Twitter?
Should You Have A Work Twitter? » Information gleaned from Twitter networks can trigger new ideas and inspire innovation.
Mapping the Entrepreneurial Spirit
Mapping the Entrepreneurial Spirit » What makes certain places more entrepreneurial than others?
Are You Building An Innovation Culture?
Are You Building An Innovation Culture? » Six building blocks are required for a successful culture of innovation.
It’s Not Failure, It’s Intentional Iteration
It’s Not Failure, It’s Intentional Iteration » Businesses will fail. Accepting this and learning from the experience of crashing a company are central components of being an entrepreneur.
3 Leadership Habits for Navigating Adversity
3 Leadership Habits for Navigating Adversity » CEOs who are successfully navigating adversity act like a manager and an entrepreneur simultaneously, seize opportunities, and take a people-centered approach.
The Importance of Place in Entrepreneurship
The Importance of Place in Entrepreneurship » Around the country, entrepreneurs cited numerous examples of what makes for a great environment. Along with networks, capital, and mentorship, all mention cultural aspects of the place where they’re building their ventures.