America has two great hopes: Entrepreneurs and Education. In the past, entrepreneurial-focused programs at universities have made “incubators” and “startups” front-and-center, at the expense of “Stage 2” entrepreneurial companies – those successful startups that are ready to expand and grow their brands. Stage 2 is a business stage that is both exciting and fragile, and is exactly where education can produce significant ROI. Innovative business schools and leading entrepreneurs are working to make education and entrepreneurship strategic partners, rather than competitors. Can this marriage work?
"Entrepreneurs and Education: Making the Marriage Work,"
Journal of Executive Education:
1, Article 7.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/jee/vol11/iss1/7