Category Archives: entrepreneurship

What does it take to learn technology entrepreneurship?

Practice. This is what it takes, hard work and practice. But this is not all, it also requires systematic learning. I am not talking about (or even interested in) those few (but often famous) one-off entrepreneurs making it by chance. … Continue reading

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The two kinds of knowledge (the innovation conflict)

I am in the final phase of writing a textbook in Technology Entrepreneurship together with my good Irish colleagues Natasha Evers and James Cunningham. It will be published by Palgrave Macmillan this fall. Here is an excerpt from the chapter … Continue reading

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Research that challenges established assumptions

Sandberg and Alvesson (2011) discuss two approaches to good research questions in a recent article in Organization. In a time where researchers are increasingly measured and evaluated based on the number of published articles, the tendency seems to be that … Continue reading

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