Go Global, Innovate! Training Social Entrepreneurial Leaders (Article, 2014) [WorldCat.org]
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Go Global, Innovate! Training Social Entrepreneurial Leaders

Author: Heather R McDougall Affiliation: Christopher Newport University, Virginia; Stephan L McDavid Affiliation: Intellectual Property at the University of Mississippi
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Journal of Leadership Studies, v8 n3 (Fall 2014): 46-51
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Problems associated with poverty, education, healthcare, and the environment are grand challenges shared by all nations. For example, poverty in one country may lead to immigration and limitations on exports for another. Similarly, as the Ebola crisis demonstrated, one country's healthcare challenges can quickly turn into a problem for all. The global interconnectedness of social problems necessitates the  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Heather R McDougall Affiliation: Christopher Newport University, Virginia; Stephan L McDavid Affiliation: Intellectual Property at the University of Mississippi
ISSN:1935-2611
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 5724422999
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Problems associated with poverty, education, healthcare, and the environment are grand challenges shared by all nations. For example, poverty in one country may lead to immigration and limitations on exports for another. Similarly, as the Ebola crisis demonstrated, one country's healthcare challenges can quickly turn into a problem for all. The global interconnectedness of social problems necessitates the development of solutions by entrepreneurial leaders trained to adopt a global perspective. The questions explored in the current article are: (a) what does it take to be a global entrepreneurial leader and a social entrepreneur, and (b) how can we prepare students to succeed as global entrepreneurial leaders?

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