FIVE PRINCIPLES FOR HARNESSING ENTREPRENEURSHIP ECOSYSTEMS FOR RAPID REGIONAL GROWTH
- Focusing on specific regions
- Aligning the local leaders around a clear vision and clear objectives
- Achieving tangible results in just a few months
- Work with ventures with existing revenues and organizations, rather than startups
- Don’t preferentially incentivize certain sectors
About the Presenter
Daniel Isenberg is Professor of Entrepreneurship Practice at Babson Executive and Enterprise Education. Since 1981 Daniel has taught at Harvard, Columbia, INSEAD, and the Technion, and has been an entrepreneur and venture capitalist in Israel, and has been an angel investor in over ten countries. Daniel is a frequent participant at Davos and the G20 and blogs for HBR, Huffington Postand others. In 2009 Daniel established the Babson Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Project (BEEP) to help societies around the world create the policies, structures, programs, and climate that foster entrepreneurship. In this capacity, he has conducted projects in numerous countries, including Colombia, Brazil, Denmark, Canada, and the United States. Daniel has published several seminal articles in the Harvard Business Review, including “Entrepreneurs and the Cult of Failure,” “How to Start an Entrepreneurial Revolution,” and “The Global Entrepreneur.” He is also the author of the Harvard Business Review Press book, Worthless, Impossible, and Stupid: How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Capture Extraordinary Value. Daniel holds the Ph.D. in social psychology from Harvard University.