How Strategy and Industry Should Shape Your Choice of Co-Founders

Entrepreneurs who want to turn a great idea into a thriving business inevitably need a team that can make it happen. What increases their odds of a successful venture: hiring mainly technical experts Read More...

Category: Applied and Practice

Authors: Charles Eesley , Edward Roberts and David Hsu

For the Best Customer Data, Look Beyond the Market

Seed stage entrepreneurs must grapple with how they will scale their businesses. While this process includes many steps, discovering the proper product/market fit for the business is critical early Read More...

Category: Applied and Practice

Author: Jon Eckhardt

How Can We Define 'Innovation'?

Innovation is a kind of Holy Grail in the world today. Companies strive for it, consumers often reward it, and policy-makers say we need more of it. But many people still find themselves asking, Read More...

Category: Applied and Practice

Author: Daniel Forbes

A Father/Son Sitdown: Howard and Steven Aldrich

More than 20 years ago, Steven Aldrich showed the Mosaic Browser to his father, noted entrepreneurship professor Howard Aldrich.  It was a time when Steven was imagining a future in helping Read More...

Category: Interviews

Author: Howard E. Aldrich

The Spectacular Rise of the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry

Emerging economies typically get a boost when their homegrown industries partner with multinational giants on research and innovation. Such strategies have lifted the fortunes of China, Malaysia and Read More...

Category: Theory and Research

Authors: Kristin Brandl , Ram Mudambi and Vittoria G. Scalera

Entrepreneurship in the Laboratory Can Save Lives

“ Entrepreneurship starts with the discovery of an economic opportunity, which is preceded by a conjecture of the relative value of resources” (Shane and Venkataraman, 2000) The above quote could Read More...

Category: Commentary

Author: Phillip Phan