It might sound surprising, but not all entrepreneurship journeys have to start with a business background – or even a well-defined “big idea”. Prof. René Mauer and Niuversity founder Fadi Alshalabi put some of the myths to rest.
There is no point in actually instructing individuals or teams to innovate, but an organisation can definitely create the right condition for it. Nico von Delius, Global Finance Director Marketing and Sales at Siemens Electrical Products, and Professor of Entrepreneur René Mauer explain how they did just that.
Jo Bautista is an artist and social entrepreneur. In 2020, as Covid-19 disrupted our lives, she launched SendtoGive, a social business that combines art and impact.
Drawing from female entrepreneurship in rural Kenya – fostering frugal innovation within tribal constraints
Alisa Sydow and Funké Michaels outline how one can learn from Maasai tribeswomen’s example to manage and grow businesses despite challenges.
Calling all entrepreneurs, is your personal brand a priority? If not, it should be according to ESCP professors of entrepreneurship Marc Sasserath and Benjamin Voyer.
Founder & CEO of Belle Époque Films Jenna Suru shares how she practices minimalism to better manage her business.
Anisha Goel shares how she and her co-founders of Kaze Living are working to uncover new ways of growing healthy, sustainable food and educating consumers.
To make decisions in such an unpredictable context, and indeed survive and thrive, companies need an exploratory mindset. For that, they must set aside standard risk management and develop tools and methods borrowed from the field of entrepreneurship, where uncertainty is the norm.
Intrapreneurship programmes are an excellent way to accelerate innovation within a firm, but their implementation is not just plug and play. Here are three things Christian Stumpf, Christoph Seckler and Peter Borchers have learned (sometimes the hard way).