Searching the web, you will see a plethora of design thinking process models that help explain what happens, when, to what, and why in the design process. When we use models, we aim to define steps in the design process. They can be linear, circular or iterative. Over the years, 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
Don’t think for a moment that global entrepreneurship is for the private sector only! Today, no government, company or group, working alone, can solve a major issue. They have to work together. They are called ‘born global social entrepreneurs’. Ageing population, unemployment, mental illness, cutting carbon emissions: solutions to these Continue Reading
Sir Peter Jackson After a family friend gave the Jacksons a Super 8 cine-camera with Peter in mind, he began making short films with his friends. When he was 16 years old, Jackson dropped out of school and worked as a photo-engraver for a newspaper. Living at home with his Continue Reading
A born-global business is a firm that has deliberately ventured overseas soon after their establishment (within two years).[i] Thirty-five per cent of respondents to the 2017 Australian Business Foundation’s Born to be Global are ‘born global’ by this definition.[ii] Rod Cuthbert Acquired by TripAdvisor in 2014 for $200m, ‘curated’ travel 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
A Rising TIDE Lifts All Boats: The Making of an American Entrepreneurial University Inspired by the Model of the Monterrey Institute of Technology Resumen Este artículo se trata de la educación emprendedora. Este estudio de caso describe lo que sucedió cuando se implementó la pedagogía del emprendimiento del Tecnológico de 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.