Professor of Management Practice, Babson Global
Executive director, Babson Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Project
231 Forest Street, Babson Park, MA 02457
Daniel Isenberg joined Babson Global as Professor of Management Practice in July 2009 where he established and heads the Babson Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Project (BEEP) to help societies around the world create environments that foster entrepreneurship. In June 2010 Harvard Business Review (HBR) published his “How to Start an Entrepreneurial Revolution,” as the “Big Idea” feature article, following his seminal HBR piece, “The Global Entrepreneur” (2008). Dan has taught at Harvard, Columbia, Insead, Reykjavik, Theseus, and the Technion, and has been an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and angel investor. Prior to joining Babson in July 2009, Dan served for eleven years on the Harvard Business School faculty: From 2005-2009 he developed and taught the popular course, International Entrepreneurship. Between 1981-1987 Dan was in the Organizational Behavior unit. During this period, Dan conducted research programs in managerial cognition, which resulted in his first feature HBR article, How Senior Managers Think," (1984), and "The Tactics of Strategic Opportunism." (1987). In the interim, Dan was an entrepreneur and venture capitalist in Israel. Dan has the Ph.D. degree in social psychology from Harvard University.
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Economist: Intelligent evolution of entrepreneurship ecosystems
Harvard Bus Review: Entrepreneurship and the Cult of Failure, by Daniel Isenberg