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Corporate Entrepreneurship: A Research Perspective

"As an area of research, CE will have very impactful benefits to the new strategies sought by organizations. A half-century evolution of theoretical and empirical knowledge on CE has demonstrated the importance of this topic. Yet, further research must be conducted in order to better dissect the various components of this unique discipline. ..." – By Mike W.-L. Cheung

Experiential Learning and Education in Management

"Experiential learning is the process of learning through direct experience. Experiential learning in management refers to both a theory of learning as well as activities associated with learning from experience.  Experiential learning focuses on the process of learning rather than specific outcomes. ..." – By D. Christopher Kayes and Anna B. Kayes

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