President & CEO, Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship
Amy Rosen is a partner at the Public Private Strategy Group (PPSG) and a member of the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capabilities of Young People. She was previously president and CEO of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship and vice chair of the World Economic Forum's Youth Unemployment Council.
Experts may disagree about the skills gap, but learning entrepreneurship is essential, regardless.
While both business and entrepreneurship skills can be taught, they are very, very different.
Lack of grit -- call it persistence -- is the entrepreneurship killer.
Make it an integral part of your planning and your mindset and you -- and your business -- will be better for it.
There are four key elements to problem solving on the entrepreneurship path.
Accepting risks is a skill that can be learned. When you're ready to launch a venture, consider these five tips that have proven effective in the classroom.
After recognizing an opportunity, you have to assess the costs, both financial and personal, to pursuing it.
Starting a Business
Whether it's a new store location or a new way to do things, finding a chance to blaze your own path is vital.
During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, global leaders discussed solutions for a must-solve problem. Here is how entrepreneurs can lend a helping hand.
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