Edited by Michael H. Morris and Eric Liguori
Chapter 21: Teaching entrepreneurial foresight
One of the challenges of teaching entrepreneurship is the modest, incremental nature of student ideas. Discovery of truly transformative ideas is the brass ring for which aspiring founders strive, yet students struggle to imagine these novel ideas. This chapter demonstrates how entrepreneurial foresight can amplify the idea discovery process, enabling students to spot emerging opportunities and pursue breakthrough innovations that others may overlook.
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