Question: Assume that you are the dean of a business school
Assume that you are the dean of a business school and that you are interested in more entrepreneurship courses being offered in your school. Surprisingly to you, some professors are resisting the idea of offering these courses on the basis of their view that entrepreneurship is a skill that can be learned only through experience. Using materials in this chapter, make an argument that entrepreneurship can be taught.
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