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Experiential Entrepreneurship Training: How it Benefits All Students

entreVersity writes: Matt Gibson is the Director of Educational Programs at the University of Michigan Center for Entrepreneurship. More of Gibson’s experiential entrepreneurship exercises and assessments are available here.  Gibson explains Michigan’s best practice in helping students with self-discovery through entrepreneurship by sparking new ideas, learning by doing and Hands-On Entrepreneurial Experience. Continue Reading

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Return on Investment from Design Thinking Can Be Huge –Forrester

entreVersity writes: Design Thinkers often confront a skeptical management. So Forrester created a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) model to empower design thinking practitioners with the tools and vernacular needed to quantify their efforts as well as to form a compelling business case for the practice. The synthesized results project a Continue Reading

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Why Criticism In Entrepreneurship Is Good for Creativity

entreVersity writes: The entrepreneur’s ego is involved in the desire for success. Sometimes this means she/he HATES criticism in entrepreneurship. Although many of today’s entrepreneurs believe they are living on the edge of existence, constantly stirring within them is a strong desire to succeed in spite of the odds. Therefore, Continue Reading

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Design thinking skills transference: Will design thinking strategies benefit students in other subjects?

View source article ed.stanford.edu Design entrepreneurship teachers do not all come from the business disciplines; they can come from any discipline whose habits of mind lead them habitually to create value for others. These are the teachers who repeatedly help students solve their ‘wicked’ problems. DT teachers use new and Continue Reading

Want to Accomplish Your Own Moonshot? Look to These ‘Apollo 11’ Lessons

These 3 strategies used by NASA and its astronauts can help modern-day entrepreneurs make giant leaps of their own. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. What do you call a far-reaching goal that seems impossible to attain? Had you lived 50 years ago and answered that same question, Continue Reading

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Social intelligence: new report

entreVersity writes: Talkwalker & Social Intelligence Lab just published “The State of Social Intelligence”. Social Intelligence (SI) is the ability to successfully build relationships and navigate social environments (Golman, 2007). Design Thinking requires SI: subjective reasoning, imagination, negotiation, questioning, empathy, storytelling, design. Forget market research. SI is the 21st century Continue Reading

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