As part of the 2010 Conference on Entrepreneurship, Stanford Graduate School of Business invites a group of entrepreneurs to talk about what they did and didn’t learn about entrepreneurship in business school. This video raises crucial points on how the level of education can make a difference in an entrepreneurial career but also how business school could be doing a better job training aspiring entrepreneurs.
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A sample of key topics you’ll learn:
- Risk is relative, there is no such thing like a safe heaven in this economy
- Business schools over teach how rational organizations are
- The importance of cross discipline work
- Selling is indispensable for any business yet highly underestimated at business school