Evidence-based entrepreneurship: interdisciplinary and intergenerational innovation

Economic, academic, political, social, and healthcare advantages of entrepreneurship validate its capacity to jumpstart and sustain the global community.

International Leadership Association
Underdahl, L. Leach, R., Heuss, R., Perlman, J., Isele, E., Knight, M.
Presentation Date: 
Thursday, October 24, 2019
Event or Conference: 
ILA 21st Annual Global Conference: Leadership: Courage Required
Presentation Type: 
Poster Presentation
Boyer's Domain: 
Presentation Location: 
8601 Georgia Ave Suite 1010
Silver Springs, MD
United States
Abstract: 
Economic, academic, political, social, and healthcare advantages of entrepreneurship validate its capacity to jumpstart and sustain the global community. However, research documents a need for reliable data on the diverse paths to entrepreneurial success and the need for diverse models. This conceptual analysis focuses on three interdisciplinary and intergenerational models of entrepreneurial innovation. Viewed as a continuum, the paradigm catalyzes workforce development while engaging students and practitioners in relevant, challenging lifelong learning.