Luckiness and Playfulness in Entrepreneurial Thinking

Are you too busy to be lucky?

Dr. Richard Wiseman has done a lot of interesting research on luck. Consider this experiment that he describes:

Entrepreneurial thinking involves intentional playfulness

Although scholars who study creative thinking often point to playfulness as a critical element, those who study entrepreneurship often miss this element as an aspect of entrepreneurial thinking or what makes people and organizations more entrepreneurial. Heidi Neck and colleagues at Babson College are among the few that emphasize playfulness in entrepreneurship education.

Charles Sanders Peirce

Associate Professor and Area Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary

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