How to Improve Entrepreneurship MBA Programs

In Chapter 8 of 12 in his Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Anatole Faykin answers “How Can MBA Programs Better Train Entrepreneurs?” Faykin notes that for business school programs to more efficiently teach entrepreneurship, it’s predominant pupils are driven to really create and establish a startup while in school. He points out that the graduate business school environment does provide MBA students studying entrepreneurship advantages, in particular, the capability to start something in a low-hazard environment.

Anatole Faykin is an entrepreneur now focusing on a fresh startup as part of the Startup Chile incubator program in Santiago, Chile. Previously, Faykin founded Tuanpin, a Shanghai, China-based daily deals website he grew to 25 employees and sold in the autumn of 2011. He has worked for Oracle in San Francisco in addition to several startups, Intel in Shanghai, American Express in New York, and British Telecom in London. He holds an MBA in the NYU Stern School of Business and a BS in biology and computer science in the California Institute of Technology.

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