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An Interview with David Teece, a Practicing Business Intellectual
An Interview with David Teece, a Practicing Business Intellectual
Professor David Teece is one of the impactful business scholars of his generation. His research has been cited over 128,474 times according to Google Scholar. His work is required reading for Ph.D. Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: Jon Eckhardt
Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge Highlights e-Fest® 2018
Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge Highlights e-Fest® 2018
Sponsored by the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation, the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship at the University of St. Thomas, and EIX.org, a non-profit online platform for entrepreneurship Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: James Beal
Investing for a Better World: A Conversation with Justin Rockefeller
Investing for a Better World: A Conversation with Justin Rockefeller
Perhaps no other family is more synonymous with both capitalism and philanthropy than the Rockefellers. The family ’s fortunes in oil have made it possible for them to invest in initiatives that Read More...
Category: Interviews
Social Entrepreneurship Exercise: Developing your “Theory of Change”
Social Entrepreneurship Exercise: Developing your “Theory of Change”
The Theory of Change is a tool that is widely used among social entrepreneurship (SE) practitioners to map out the steps that will lead them to have the intended positive change on society. The Read More...
Author: Sophie Bacq
'Home Field Advantage' Works in Business as well as Baseball
'Home Field Advantage' Works in Business as well as Baseball
Entrepreneurs with great ideas often feel they must pull up stakes and move to a region that is known as a hub for their specific industry.  But research that we published in 2012 suggests that Read More...
The 'Fredo Factor:' How Deadbeats and Troublemakers Hurt Family Businesses
The 'Fredo Factor:' How Deadbeats and Troublemakers Hurt Family Businesses
The Corleones of "Godfather" fame are an extreme example of a “family business.” But like many family businesses, they have a family member who is a serious hindrance to their business, is less Read More...
To Engage Business Students, Roll Out 'the Barrels'
To Engage Business Students, Roll Out 'the Barrels'
Many of us may remember the “Choose Your Own Adventure” books from childhood. In these tales, the story develops to a point and presents a scenario choice to the reader. Depending on the Read More...
Innovation in K-12 Education: One District's Journey
Innovation in K-12 Education: One District's Journey
The United States’ system of K-12 public education is an important cornerstone of American society. Public schools play a critical role in advancing our widely valued principles of community Read More...
How Best Buy Engages Employees in Putting Customers First
How Best Buy Engages Employees in Putting Customers First
Most businesses say that they put the customer first. Yet customers today are more ready than ever to bolt. The changing fortunes of even venerable chains such as Macy's and Sears shows that no Read More...
Perils of Entrepreneurial Philanthropy in Higher Education
Perils of Entrepreneurial Philanthropy in Higher Education
A successful entrepreneur and his family wanted to donate a new building to a state university. What happened next illustrated the maxim that “no good deed goes unpunished.” Because the Read More...

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