There are two schools of thought regarding entrepreneurs – either that you’re born with the traits and qualities to be a successful entrepreneur, or that entrepreneurial skills can be learned. Given the crucial role start up businesses play in our economy, it’s clear nurturing has to be considered a viable method of increased start up businesses, especially for non-traditional entrepreneurs (women, minorities, people with disabilities).
A recent Standford panel discussion on this topic:
Thanks to Steve Blank for the heads up on the video, and to Tim Kane for the latest post about this Kauffman study.
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