Faculty Column: Entrepreneurs (Corporate Entrepreneurs) are Important

By Professor Robert Hisrich Being an entrepreneur and creating value by establishing a new organization plays an important role in profit and non-profit organizations, in medicine, religion, science, the arts, and in the growth and prosperity of regions and nations. Large-scale outcomes in each of these areas can have quite humble beginnings: the entrepreneurial opportunity […]

Faculty Column: Fixing Things

By Professor Bill Youngdahl Fixing things is part of my DNA. As a boy, I’d pull appliances apart and put them back together. This orientation landed me in manufacturing engineering and project management positions before migrating to academia. More recently, I’ve been focusing on fixing tough organizational challenges, especially ones that cause unnecessary suffering. Helping […]