Per Bylund

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship

Per Bylund, PhD, is associate professor of entrepreneurship and Johnny D Pope Chair and Records-Johnston professor in the School of Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University. His areas of research are entrepreneurship, management and economic organization. He is author and editor of six books.

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Science & Technology

Robots Do It Better: Why Automation Is Good for Business

Rather than a threat, the rise of more intelligent machines represents an opportunity to disrupt the economic status quo through automation.

Growing a Business

How to Avoid Looking Like a Villain When You're Price Discriminating

Companies that are able to vary pricing without upsetting customers in the process stand to gain quite a bit.

Innovation

Amazon's Lesson About Disruption: Rattle Any Market You Can

Entrepreneurs can stick to their static business models or learn from Amazon's innovation mindset.

Business News

3 Entrepreneurial Lessons From the Amazon/Whole Foods Mega-Merger

The entrepreneurial community should be watching this deal with bated breath for the revolutionary retail repercussions sure to come.

Innovation

Actually, There's Not an App for That: Innovation and the Physical World

By pairing software and hardware in inventive new ways, visionary companies can disrupt even the most disjointed or stagnant industry.

Marketing

Customers Lie -- So Stop Taking Their Bad Advice

Your customers can put your business on the map, but that will happen only if you get the real scoop before you launch.