ETA-ing from the Center:
The Story of the Design of a Course, the Creation of a Book, and an Ongoing Adventure at The Lewis Institute at Babson College
A chapter written by Cheryl Kiser and J. Janelle (Jan) Shubert in
Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom
This is a story. A story about how as educators, as practitioners and as students, we used Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® as the compass for acting our way into real innovation around intellectual concepts, around the processes of teaching and learning, and around the role of centers in colleges and universities. Like all good stories, it has a colorful cast of characters, scenes of (cerebral) jousting, and (spoiler alert!) a happing ending. With the exception of "Time" and "Enthusiastic but Unintentional Ignorance," there are no real villains, although there are lots of heroines and heroes.