Australia’s history is full of famous entrepreneurs who worked for good or evil. The following is the colorful story of Benjamin Boyd, Australia’s nineteenth-century originator of the get-rich-quick scheme. He was certainly not the first in a long list of Australian Criminal Entrepreneurs and opportunists. Also available is the Wikipedia Continue Reading
Because of its economics of scale and elimination of complexity, additive manufacturing (AM), for example with 3D printing, allow us cheaply and quickly to iterate our design ideas into repeated forms to validate the product-solution fit, even to customize products down to user/market of one customer. We can go through Continue Reading
What do design entrepreneurs need to know about human sense perceptions? You have to be a bit of a behavioral scientist to design well. To be a good design entrepreneur, you must be aware of how people actually see and how the brain interprets stimuli. What you think people are Continue Reading
Watch the 3-minute video about the Irula rat catchers When we design a new product, we keep in mind the concrete needs, fears, desires, frustrations, and pains of the customer or stakeholder. In this famous case analysis by Siri Tejesen, designers solved a terrible customer pain — respiratory diseases — Continue Reading
In this two-part essay, in Using Pretotype vs Prototype in hypothesis-based entrepreneurship, we first introduced the concepts of pretotyping and hypothesis-driven entrepreneurship. In the second part, we are going to apply this approach to pretotyping in language learning using an ethnographic robot called a social ethnodroid. See also another pretotyping Continue Reading
In this two-part essay, we first cover the concepts of pretotype vs prototype and hypothesis-based entrepreneurship. In the second part, Use case: Social ethnodroids for pretotyping in language learning, we are going to apply this approach to the design of children’s language learning toys using an ethnographic robot called a Continue Reading
Elsewhere we have discussed the mind of the design entrepreneur. The designerly mindset is based foremost on empathy, namely, the ability to put yourself into your customer’s/client’s/stakeholder’s shoes to understand problems from their perspective. A key trait of design entrepreneurs is cultivating the empathic mindset. When you can do this, Continue Reading
Here is a web-scraped list of Design Thinking courses around the world. entreVersity Academy will soon offer its own course.
Using design entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs listen to and empathize with customer pains and then generate solutions using the materials and resources at hand. [i] This is what Buckminster Fuller , designer of the first geodetic sphere, called anticipatory design science, which aligns the human species with the design of our environment. Continue Reading
Abstract This theoretical article combines entrepreneurship, economics and sustainability to build a new theory of biosphere entrepreneurship. Going beyond business and social entrepreneurship — which add value to private and community domains, respectively — biosphere entrepreneurship adds value to the biosphere and ecosystem services. The purpose of this article is Continue Reading
Have you ever wondered why we use the French word entrepreneur instead of proper English cultural definition of entrepreneur? What is the cultural definition of entrepreneurship? The word entrepreneur is derived from the French entreprendre, meaning ‘to take in between’, or ‘to undertake’. English doesn’t really have its own word Continue Reading
Speech commemorating the launch of the exhibition ‘Alfred Deakin: The Man’ at the Alfred Deakin Prime Ministerial Library in Geelong, Victoria, August 10, 2011. This is part of the author’s focus on entrepreneurship, climate change, sustainability, and the biosphere. Introduction This article commemorates the 2011 launch of the exhibition ‘Alfred Continue Reading
Plymouth State University is a regional comprehensive university implementing a novel learning model known as ‘Integrated Clusters Pedagogy’ with the goal of becoming an Entrepreneurial University by breaking down silos between disciplines.
We can look at design entrepreneurship through a variety of lenses, including history, mindsets, perception, problems, cognition/reasoning, and tools and practices.
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Just as social and business entrepreneurs share many personality traits there are many of those traits that they share with criminal entrepreneurs. These people have to be excellent risk managers and information managers. They are future-oriented organisation builders. Like business entrepreneurs, they are continually working the edge or the margin. Continue Reading