Entrepreneurial behavior is often depicted as results of calculated rational action and seen to arise from a reasoned, judgement of a strategic high IQ genius . An alternative model i.e., an unreasoned, impulse-driven pathway remains to be empirically explored. A recent paper "Impulsivity and entrepreneurial behaviour: Exploring an unreasoned pathway" by Michael L Pietersen and … Continue reading Impulsivity and entrepreneurial behaviour: (Am thinking of the pedagogical implications)
In the following video playlist Martin tries to expand his insights on entrepreneurial methods, primarily developed(it seems) from his co-authored paper; "Comparing effectuation to discovery-driven planning, prescriptive entrepreneurship, business planning, lean startup, and design thinking" The major suggestion of the paper is to stress on the complimentary use value of existing methods. Rather than using … Continue reading Martin Lackéus: Entrepreneurial methods – what, why, how, why not?
New paper "Diverse Rationalities of Entrepreneurship Education: An Epistemic Stance Perspective" compares three ent-ed programs. https://twitter.com/mlackeus/status/1385347846174556169
Failures are prototypes of experience: They are powerful reference point which can act as a tool for decision making and adjustment. They are a special kind of tacit knowledge that is difficult to transfer to another person by means of writing it down or verbalizing it. Hyper correction effect: This refers to the finding that … Continue reading 2 perspectives to approach failures and mistakes
Economist Daniel Kahneman talks about 'Delusional Optimism' as one of the key traits of Entrepreneurs. https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1321859000439238656?s=20 https://twitter.com/EshipRules/status/1324661113116598277?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1324705705434116096?s=20