Why Entrepreneurship Programs for Engineers Fail – Harvard Business Review


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Why Entrepreneurship Programs for Engineers Fail
Harvard Business Review
Entrepreneurs are known for their creativity and risk tolerance; engineers, mathematicians, and health care workers typically aren't. Consider, for example, the ideal attributes of a civil engineer building an interstate bridge near your home. Do you

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