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 ‘Entrepreneurial Deal Analysis’ Course Energizes Students
This spring, the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship experimented with a new “Entrepreneurial Deal Analysis” course for undergraduate students. For years we’ve seen a huge student interest in Read More...
Learning How Family Business Leaders Make Decisions Through Interviews
This exercise allows students to apply core family business concepts to a real-world business context. In this exercise, students interview a family business owner and present their findings both as Read More...
Disruptors v. Defenders: Course-Length Corporate Entrepreneurship Simulation
Disruptors v. Defenders is a virtual, team-based entrepreneurship immersion simulation fueled by individual work and team coordination, spanning an entire course term. This exercise is designed to Read More...
Building Bridges Between Artists and Business Entrepreneurs: Facilitating Creative Deviance
  Arts entrepreneur. Cultural entrepreneur. Self-employed creative. Freelance artist. Whatever the label or concept, recent years have seen increased interest in the intersection of art and Read More...
Navigating Thorny Ethical Dilemmas
We live in an increasingly complex and challenging world in which we frequently face difficult ethical dilemmas in the process of running a business. These choices frequently put the interests of Read More...
Team Exercise: How Parenting Styles Affect The Next Generation
  Because the family and business are inextricably intertwined in family businesses, parenting plays a critical role in shaping the next generation and their contribution to the family business. Read More...
Professors and Experts: Would You Like Your Articles to be Read?
An old joke says that if a doctoral student put a $100 bill in his or her dissertation paper that was filed away in the university library, ten years later the $100 bill would still be there. Did you Read More...
Toys with Wings: Creating Value through Collaborative Entrepreneurial Mindset Learning
In recent years, more universities have been integrating Entrepreneurial Minded Learning (EML) into the engineering curriculum. This learning approach aims to develop an entrepreneurial mindset that Read More...
Designing and Experiencing the Family Business Advisory
This exercise gives students hands-on experience as family business advisors. Students are presented with a case of a family business and are required to take the role of various types of advisors; Read More...
Summer Program in Japan Gets Future Entrepreneurs to a ‘Better Starting Line’
Every summer in the sweltering heat of Japanese summer, dozens of aspiring entrepreneurs, mostly students, arrive in Kyoto to participate in Japan's most intense and international summer Read More...

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