What We Know and What We Need to Know
Edited by Alain Fayolle
Chapter 4: Entrepreneurship: theory, art and/or practice?
Participating in small talk at the breakfast table, our five-year-old grandchild Sixten suddenly and without any further notice leaves the table and sits down on the kitchen floor at his Lego and gets busy. 'What are you doing?' I ask, well aware that he is about to immerse himself in a world of his own. 'I play', Sixten laconically replies without raising his head. 'But what are you doing?', I insist. 'I play', Sixten repeats, telling us with his body language that nothing more is to be said. After a while he gets up and shows us an imaginative Lego construct and states proudly: 'See what I have done!'
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