10 Aug '11, 2am

Open-sourcing my lecture notes on Entrepreneurship taught in NTU:

This course includes elements of the courses which I have taught in Nanyang Technopreneurship Centre as well as some advice which I used to dispense via my role as an entrepreneur-in-residence for INSEAD Business School. I have refined the presentation slides and notes after teaching this course for four semesters over the past two years. Note that the content I have done up for this course is under Creative Commons – No Commercial, Share-alike and Attribution . One important thing that I want to stress even though I have worked as an academic in the past: Entrepreneurship is a contact sport, and it’s easier to teach as a practitioner because you encounter a lot of challenges and issues from starting a company to managing, maintaining, growing and exiting from the company . My original intention is to change the course name to “Technology & Business” (and it’s not possible...

Full article: http://www.bernardleong.com/2011/08/07/entrepreneurship-1...

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