The Debate Continues

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Last week, Inc.com asked users "Can entrepreneurship be taught?" in an online poll. The majority of respondents voted "No," arguing entrepreneurship is more about innate qualities than course material. But recently, the director of entrepreneurial programs at the Beyster Institute, Rob Fuller, weighed in with a good point: entrepreneurship can be taught, but it "means teaching those with the innate desire and ability how to succeed."

Last updated: Aug 19, 2003




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