Masterclass: What type of entrepreneur are you? – 16 January 2019
Presented by: Professor Dimo Dimov
Do you ever think about how you think? We typically think of entrepreneurs as people who see things we do not see and do things that we do not. Perception and action are fundamental aspects of entrepreneurial behaviour. There are different ways of seeing and doing, regulated by our thinking and shaped by habits, routine and life experience.
This Masterclass will explore the levers of thinking that define how we respond to entrepreneurial situations. These levers form four distinct styles, all essential for navigating the entrepreneurial journey towards innovation.
You will have the opportunity to take the interactive Entrepreneurial Style Assessment©, develop a hands-on understanding of your own style, and explore paths to new ways of entrepreneurial thinking.
About Professor Dimo Dimov
Dimo is Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the School of Management, University of Bath. He is recognised as one of the top 100 professors of entrepreneurship in the world.
Dimo’s research focuses on enabling, accelerating, and funding the entrepreneurial journey, from initial idea to viable venture, in independent, corporate, and social settings. An evolving entrepreneurial opportunity is central in this process: obvious in retrospect, but uncertain, nebulous, and ambiguous in prospect. Dimo is interested in how potential entrepreneurs and investors think, act, and interact in the face of such uncertainty and how these interactions give rise to exciting new phenomena.
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