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Managing Conflict in New Ventures
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Poorly managed conflicts can derail a company. How to manage disagreements with co-founders, investors and others. Read More...
The Changing World of Entrepreneurial Learning Resources
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Blogs, online communities, formal programs and a few intangibles are helping us share ideas and strategies. Read More...
Category: Commentary
RX for Success: Former MinuteClinic CEO Linda Hall Shares her Stories
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In 2002, both Linda Hall and her new company -- which would later become MinuteClinic, a fixture in 1000 CVS stores -- had a lot to lose. Hall was the sole breadwinner in her household and had no Read More...
Category: Interviews
YOXO Founder Discusses the Serious Business of Play
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Jeff Freeland Nelson shares the inspiration behind his environmentally friendly toys. Read More...
Category: Interviews
How Can We Define 'Innovation'?
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Everybody wants it. But will you know it when you see it? Read More...
Teaching Innovation with the Film 'Objectified'
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I'd like to recommend the film Objectified as a useful resource for people teaching and studying entrepreneurship. Objectified is a feature-length documentary film released in 2009. The film examines Read More...
Innovation in K-12 Education: One District's Journey
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This suburban Minneapolis school district fostered employee-enabled, school-based innovation. Read More...
Entrepreneurs Can Benefit Society
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Big companies often are too busy or disinterested to develop beneficial products and services. Read More...
Teaching Students to Design and Commercialize New Products: A Journey in its Third Decade
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Many schools want entrepreneurship classes that are “cross-campus” and “experiential.” This class at University of Minnesota does both. Read More...
When Do Scientists Commercialize Their Inventions? Insights From the Theory of Planned Behavior
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What would you like to see in the future? Some common answers to this question might include a cure for cancer or other chronic diseases, or technologies that can help feed the world in ways that are Read More...
Startups Can Attract Employees and Financing Through 'Borrowed' Reputations
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Startups need people and money. Their first venture capital partner can shape how future investors and employees perceive them. Read More...
Remembering Clay Christensen
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His idea of “disruptive innovation” described how entrepreneurs displace established, market-leading firms. Read More...
Category: Commentary
Online Teaching Resources from EIX
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We have many free and peer-reviewed resources that can easily be used in an online course. Check them out here. Read More...
Virtual care startup Zipnosis aids the fight against the coronavirus
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This company has given health care systems a way to quickly reach large numbers of patients seeking answers about their respiratory health. Read More...
Category: Commentary
How MIT Helped Cultivate Generations of Entrepreneurs
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EIX talks with Prof. Ed Roberts about his new book, the genesis of blockbuster companies founded by MIT graduates, and how entrepreneurship can thrive around the world. Read More...
My Life as a Globe-Trotting Solo Entrepreneur
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Sarah Lempa discusses how she became a "company of one" and has spent the last several years building a career for herself as a freelance writer and creative media strategist. Read More...
Making Entrepreneurial Decisions in an Age of Disruption
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Entrepreneurs are accustomed to making decisions amid uncertainty. But sometimes that uncertainty can be compounded by prolonged, disruptive changes in the business environment. Read More...
Category: Commentary

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Capturing Kahneman's take on entrepreneurs' biases
http://www.richardhughesjones.com/daniel-kahneman-cognitive-biases-entrepreneurs/

Nobel Prize-winner Daniel Kahneman is well-known for his pathbreaking work at the intersection of economics and psychology, which has shed light on how people make decisions in a wide range of circumstances. In this blog post, executive coach Richard Hughes-Jones captures what Kahneman has to say about the cognitive biases of entrepreneurs in particular. For example, Kahneman observed that the optimism many entrepreneurs exhibit can make them influential and resilient - but that the same optimism can lead them to pay insufficient attention to their competition. You'll find the full blog post at the link.

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