Solving economic, education, health, and social dilemmas begins by providing opportunities for older and younger generations with common interests to collaborate. Tapping the power of cross-generational experience catalyzes individual engagement and organizational growth. Substituting experiential doing then learning for process-based designs represents a new frontier for entrepreneurship research.
This work is one of the publications from a larger research project about Korean management. Korean Management is a reserach initiative wtih the Center's Advisory Board Member Dr. Ki-chan Kim and his team of researchers at Catholic University of Korea.