Teaching Entrepreneurship

As you may know, I write for BNET’s Back to B-School blog, in addition to this blog on our Stacy Blackman site.  Today I wrote a more personal post about my experience as an entrepreneur and some initial thoughts about whether entrepreneurship can be taught in an MBA program.  Most schools have entrepreneurship programs, classes, conferences and more.  Many of my clients want to attend a top entrepreneurship program.  I always wonder if being an entrepreneur is a function of book smarts or gut instinct.  I will continue this discussion in later posts.

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