Critical Lessons Higher Ed Innovators Can Learn from Entrepreneurs (The EvoLLLution)

Critical Lessons Higher Ed Innovators Can Learn from Entrepreneurs (The EvoLLLution)
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"The entrepreneurial spirit is more important to higher education today than ever before. While it has always been critical for leaders of non-traditional divisions to bring creativity and innovation to the table, this approach to institutional management is relatively new for the traditional side and requires leaders to develop a new skillset and mindset to manage a modern college or university. In this interview, Nick Ducoff reflects on his own experience as an entrepreneur, both within and outside a postsecondary environment, and shares his thoughts on what key lessons higher education innovators can learn from entrepreneurs."—Source: The EvoLLLution

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

Even on campus, the entrepreneurial spirit can be a driving force of innovation. This article explores how higher ed thought leaders can tap into that very specific kind of energy to push their campus forward. —Eduwire Editors