This is Part 3 in a multi-part blog on ‘Making an Entrepreneurial University: The Case of Plymouth State University.’ Parts 1 & 2 are here.
- In Part 1, we recounted the history of Plymouth State University and outlined its innovative and novel learning model. We saw that structural problems forced the University to launch an audacious experiment, a university-wide Learning Model based around Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
- Part 2 examined PSU’s opportunity to become a more enterprising institution Entrepreneurship education is becoming university-wide, drawing on cross-disciplinary programmes with diverse missions, rather than existing simply as a subspecialty in business programmes.
- In Part 3, we see how the ‘Enterprising Mind-Set’ and ‘Design Habit of Mind’ can accelerate the institution’s transformation into an Entrepreneurial University.