In a section called tool kit, NY Times writer Paul Brown offer’s Fortune Magazine’s findings on where the right place to learn entrepreneurship is. From undergrad and grad to online and executive ed; the article lays out some programs to think about. Nowhere in the article does it actually look at the broader campus to determine if a school is a good place to be an entrepreneur.
BTW, the article quotes the great piece by George Gendron article that we posted last week. Nice to see my blogging is on par with the NY Times (if not ahead of them on this topic).