A couple of weeks ago I posted on our Back to B-School blog on BNET about whether someone can be taught how to be an entrepreneur. Today I continued the conversation. Ultimately I do think the an MBA is very helpful to someone who wants to start their own business, but I question the value of specific “entrepreneurship” courses and other offerings. Take a look at my post and let me know what you think. I would love to hear how others weigh in on this topic!
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