Putting knowledge to work in theory and in practice.
Entrepreneurial Learning is central to enabling business people, aspiring entrepreneurs, and universities to generate the culture, capabilities and commitment for entrepreneurship. Business practice happens faster than academic research but academic work continues to support and enable entrepreneurs.
How do high growth business entrepreneurs think and behave differently and what can slower growth businesses learn?
Exploring the impact of the rapid advance in communications technology, on the way we do business.
ELON is an ISBE Special Interest Group
How is growth encouraged in small firms? Are there owner-manager characteristics connected with small firm growth?
Qualitative study, which focuses on the composition of action learning sets
Exploring the extent to which intuition is part of the decision-making process during New Product Development (NPD) and characterising its nature within creative companies.