|IMD Discovery Event October 4-5|
|Topic||Understanding the Mindset of the Entrepreneur|
|Date||October 4-5, 2007|
Entrepreneurs are reputedly different. And yet it is precisely because of their uniqueness that they do not work (or survive) in large corporations. Yet we do know that venture capital-backed start-ups are three times more powerful in generating patents, and significantly faster bringing products to market. What might we learn from how entrepreneurs view the value of "time" and "money", and how this affects decision-making? What might we learn from how entrepreneurs deal with the emotional intensity of an early-stage, all or nothing, bet-the-house venture?
Join Professors Henderson, Leleux, Read and Jim Pulcrano for this Discovery Event to learn more how entrepreneurial attitudes toward value creation and resource allocation differ from the corporate world.
IMD hosts a series of one and a half day discovery events throughout the year on the IMD campus. These events give you the chance to discuss IMD’s latest research with executives from all over the world.
Discovery events are open to executives from Learning Network member companies.
Registration for events is on a first come, first served basis. IMD does its utmost to accommodate all Learning Network members and retains the right to refuse, or to place on a waiting list "multiple" registrations coming from the same company.