via economist.com A very interesting take on the “Silicon Valley” method and the American culture of “failing forward”.
Top Startup Success Factors Include Some Surprises We can all dream about what it takes to make our startup a success. From recent survey feedback, it seems evident that the urban legends leading to success are wrong. The average entrepreneur is not the one who dumped a promising career, sketched his idea on the back […]
Ever wondered about what makes a good entrepreneur great? There’s no entrepreneurship gene, but a new Ernst & Young survey shows leading entrepreneurs do share common traits, beliefs and approaches that empower them to drive innovation – and economies – around the world. Find the full article here.
In the light of my current research endeavour I stumbled across the following site: inventionstatistics.com. It deals with many quotes and data about invention success rates and the odds of inventor success among others. For academic purposes, the quality and reliability of the sources and data is probably at least questionnable. Nevertheless, it is still […]