Entrepreneurship is risky, uncertain and exciting. But when you are pushing the limits it is easy to make mistakes or even fail. That´s normal life for entrepreneurs. Yet there is good news too, because mistakes can be a great opportunity to learn. However, there are some mistakes that are not helpful at all. They offer few learning benefits and can inflict significant damage. Therefore some mistakes are worth it, and others are not.
Join us for an interactive workshop with professor Peter Bryant where we will explore 10 of the common mistakes that entrepreneurs make and should avoid.
Peter Bryant is a Professor of Entrepreneurship at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain. Peter studied at the University of Sydney and earned his PhD in Management from Macquarie University in 2006. During the preceding fifteen years, he worked as a manager in the airline, banking, consulting and venture capital industries. In his academic career, Peter researches and teaches in the fields of entrepreneurial management and strategy, and their relationship to the evolution of organizational capabilities.
When? Thursday August 14th, 2014 @ 5,30 pm
Where? New South Innovations Level 2, Rupert Myers Building (South) UNSW Kensington Campus. Near Gate 14, Barker Street. Kensington 2052. Australia