Entrepreneurship literature has proven the efficacy of an experiential and collaborative learning approach that promotes entrepreneurial capabilities, that is, risk-taking, positive thinking, vision, intuitive decisionmaking, creative problem-solving, managing interdependency, tolerating ambiguity and innovation. To advance this, we propose a Deleuzian-inspired theoretical framework for entrepreneurship learning around innovation based on a rhizomatic perspective. We offer an illustrative case and identify the advantages and challenges of a rhizomatic approach to learning.
|Titolo:||A rhizomatic learning process to create collective knowledge in entrepreneurship education: Open innovation and collaboration beyond bounderies|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Articolo su Rivista|