Entrepreneurship is the act of innovating to create new products and services. This can include identifying new potential product markets, filling consumer needs that were previously unmet, or even finding more efficient ways of running a business. Entrepreneurship necessarily involves uncertainty, in that demand for a new product or service is almost impossible to quantify. When attempting to foster entrepreneurship, managers must balance this risk with the potential rewards. Economics and technology can create hubs of concentrated entrepreneurial activity, such as in California’s Silicon Valley.
The Novelty of Teaching Entrepreneurship
By Emily Cataneo on Jul 03, 2020
Over the past decade, business schools have ramped-up executive education offerings focused on entrepreneurship. What’s changed?
Putting Women to Work
By Emily Cataneo on Jul 01, 2020
Executive programs all over the world are targeting women entrepreneurs and leaders from developing countries to jumpstart economies.