The Wrong Way to Judge an Entrepreneurship CourseStewart Thornhill
Entrepreneurship programs are ubiquitous at business schools. So how do you measure the course designed to instill the startup spirit? Do you count the number of businesses launched by the school’s recent graduates? Is it as simple as tallying the money grads are able to raise? Or perhaps some combination of the two?
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