CHAPTER 12Curriculum-Wide Change: Leading Initiatives to Develop Entrepreneurial Leaders

THROUGHOUT THIS BOOK WE HAVE PROVIDED PEDAGOGICAL examples to illustrate how individual faculty from diverse disciplines and programs can teach students to make decisions guided by cognitive ambidexterity, a SEERS worldview, and self- and social awareness. Yet the largest opportunity for shaping entrepreneurial leaders comes when we consider how to reorient our entire curriculum. We have the most power to change management education when faculty from diverse disciplines work together to develop entrepreneurial leaders who possess both core disciplinary knowledge and a new way of thinking based on a new worldview. By working together management educators have ...

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