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From the basement to the dome : how MIT's unique culture created a thriving entrepreneurial community

From the basement to the dome : how MIT's unique culture created a thriving entrepreneurial community

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Degroof, Jean-Jacques, author. Metcalfe, Robert M., 1946-, writer of foreword.
Title Statement
From the basement to the dome : how MIT's unique culture created a thriving entrepreneurial community / Jean-Jacques Degroof ; foreword by Bob Metcalfe.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge :   MIT Press,   2021.  
Physical Medium
xv, 314 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780262046152 (Hardcover)
요약
"A history of entrepreneurship at MIT, and how it evolved from ad-hoc efforts by students and alumni to a formally recognized piece of MIT's official program"--
Content Notes
Introduction -- Part 1. History. Building a fertile ground: 1861-1960s -- Early efforts to promote entrepreneurship: 1970s-mid 1990s -- The internet era and the growth of interest in entrepreneurship: Mid 1990s-mid-2000s -- From incidental to purposeful: The embrase of entrepreneurship, mid 2000s-Late 2010 -- Part 2. Entrepreneurship and MIT's Culture. Cultural fit and the growth of entrepreneurship -- Entrepreneurship embedded in most aspects of life at MIT -- Part 3. The Entrepreneurial Ecosystem at MIT in the Late 2010s. Creating entrepreneurs: Support for student entrepreneurship -- Entrepreneurship for technology transfer -- Part 4. Impact and Implications. The external impact of MIT entrepreneurship -- Educating aspiring entrepreneurs -- Lessons learned -- Epilogue.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-297) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Entrepreneurship --Massachusetts. Corporate culture --Massachusetts. New business enterprises --Massachusetts.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction
Part I History
1 Building a Fertile Ground: 1861-1960s
2 Early Efforts to Promote Entrepreneurship: 1970s to mid-1990s
3 The Internet Era and the Growth of Interest in Entrepreneurship: Mid-1990s to mid-2000s
4 From Incidental to Purposeful: mid-2000s to Late 2010s
Part II Entrepreneurship and MIT''s Culture
5 Cultural Fit and the Growth of Entrepreneurship
6 The Role of Serendipity
Part III The Entrepreneurial Ecosystem at MIT in the Late 2010s
7 Creating Entrepreneurs: Support for Student Entrepreneurship
8 Entrepreneurship for Technology Transfer
Part IV Impact and Implications
9 The External Impact of MIT Entrepreneurship
10 Educating Aspiring Entrepreneurs
11 Lessons Learned
Epilogue: MIT''s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Responds to COVID-19
Appendix 1: Milestones in the Development of Entrepreneurship at MIT after World War II
Appendix 2: List of initiatives supporting entrepreneurship (1946 - 2019)
Acknowledgments
Notes
Index

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