Today Emergn is launching The Emerging World of Work, a podcast for leaders who want to ensure their business is keeping pace in a constantly changing landscape and in a strong position to grow.
Each season of our show explores a different theme related to the world of work, with insights from the world’s top thinkers on the transformative enterprise. This season, we’re talking about management: the human dimension. What are the skills, perspectives, and qualities of great leaders, and how do they help businesses deliver value?
In our first episode, we’re discussing innovation and entrepreneurship.
Are entrepreneurs born, or bred? Can you teach someone how to think like an entrepreneur? What are the most useful skills? When are they useful?
To find out, we asked two professors of entrepreneurship and innovation, Joseph Pistrui and Dimo Dimov, who are conducting research into the way entrepreneurs think.
To learn more about Joseph and Dimo’s Entrepreneurial Styles Assessment research, visit emergn.com/esa.
- Joseph Pistrui, Professor of Entrepreneurial Management at IE Business School in Madrid.
- Dimo Dimov, Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Bath.
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