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.
Keywords: climate change, climate change entrepreneurship, biophysical and socio-economic stressors, undermine earth’s capacity There is narrowing scope for entrepreneurial action as the biophysical and socio-economic stressors reduce Earth’s resilience and our collective capacity to help the planet recover. We are talking about ‘climate change entrepreneurship’.For centuries, entrepreneurs have acted with Continue Reading
I explore the mental side of design entrepreneurship by looking at designerly mindsets, the designerly sense of human perception, and finally that special kind of designerly intelligence that only entrepreneurs seem to have.
Abrochen sus cinturones. Estás en una montaña rusa. Este libro comienza con una información alarmante y usted puede preguntarse lo que significa para los emprendedores. Vamos a empezar por mirar uno de las montañas rusas de estados unidos creadas por empresarios, Carl Miler y su brillante idea que le hizo Continue Reading
Everything you see has been designed – sometimes, as Steve Jobs once said, ‘by people that were no smarter than you’. If you look up from this screen, almost everything you see is the product of the force of human intelligence to generate a solution for human needs. If you Continue Reading
ABOUT THE AUTHORS Dr Howard H Frederick[i] is Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship Education at Plymouth State University, New Hampshire, United States; and Research Professor at Monterrey Institute of Technology, Mexico. He was Professor of Entrepreneurship Education at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, and was New Zealand’s longest-serving Professor of Innovation Continue Reading
In many countries, it is nearly impossible to get the latest products introduced in the US market until they ‘diffuse’ down. One Australian couple spotted lucrative global opportunities delivering US-introduced (but not yet internationally introduced) products to customers wanting it all now. Melbourne’s Phillis Chan and Ben Chaung picked up Continue Reading
Recent research has shown changed attitudes towards this process. Today the focus is on small firms that begin exporting right from start-up. These are called ‘born global entrepreneurs’ and born again social entrepreneurs, who are exporters from the get-go. Without the advent of global communications and transportation, they simply would not exist. Continue Reading
In these challenging times, entrepreneurs can take advantage of opportunities in the Asia– Pacific region. Every entrepreneur reading this book will one day be dealing afar and anear. Just consider the potential in the top Asian countries with combined populations of 2.5 billion. Add to that another 1.7 billion in Continue Reading