The week in entrepreneurship
Your weekly summary of entrepreneurship news, comment, and features. Sent by the Centre for Entrepreneurs (home of StartUp Britain). Sign up here. Read the original newsletter here.
- Bosses should speak out on political events (Julian Harris, deputy editor, CityAM)
- Economic illiteracy is helping the bad guys win (Connor Lane, scholar, Mannkal Economic Education Foundation)
- Suits are as likely to be great innovators as skinny-jean hipsters (Rohan Silva, co-founder, Second Home)
- There are big choices ahead on immigration – we need a national conversation about what to do (Sunder Katwala, director, British Future)
- Does experiential leaning benefit budding entrepreneurs? (Natalie Clarkson, writer, Virgin comments on new research suggesting learning by experience may be no better than through textbooks)
- Saving a family business from emotional dysfunction (Manfred F R Kets de Vreis, prof of leadership development, INSEAD)