The Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation has been recognized as No. 4 in the world by the TCU Global University Entrepreneurship Research Productivity Rankings from the Neely School of Business at TCU.
Baylor University's transformational undergraduate academic programs and experiences were the major highlights in the latest Best Colleges rankings for 2023 released today by U.S. News & World Report. Baylor's highest ranked program is undergraduate entrepreneurship, which moved up to No. 8 nationally in the U.S. News rankings.
Baylor Lariat: Baylor Entrepreneurship student and local entrepreneur, Dan Rettinger, organized a vendor fair for student business owners.
Journal of Business Venturing: Professor of Entrepreneurship David Scheaf co-authored a research paper that finds frugal entrepreneurs are more likely to "do more with less."
KWBU (NPR): Entrepreneurship professor Matthew Wood shares data-driven predictors to help entrepreneurs decide when to pivot.
Baylor Entrepreneurship professor, Leslie Palich, Ph.D. has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar award to Ireland, a competitive fellowship of the State Department's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Two professors from the Baylor Entrepreneurship Department are presented with 2022 Hankamer School of Business Outstanding Faculty Awards.
Dr. Leslie Palich has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Ireland, a prestigious and competitive fellowship of the Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Forbes: Professor of Entrepreneurship Boris Nikolaev is cited in this article for his research which found that as the number of small businesses increased, the health of the surrounding community improved.
Baylor Business Review: Matt Wood investigates the role time plays in innovators meeting the flow of consumer desires or needs.
Baylor Entrepreneurship graduate program ranked No. 17 in the nation.
Baylor Hankamer School of Business scholars pave the way for future entrepreneurs.
In the world of business and innovation, time is the current running beneath an entrepreneur's decisions. When sharing their story, successful entrepreneurs often refer to "acting at the right time" as the linchpin that allowed them to launch a business or release a new product line.
Baylor Entrepreneurship Professor, Peter Klein is ranked 250 in the US and 565 worldwide in the listing of top researchers from the Business and Management discipline.
Baylor business students will have the opportunity to share their industry knowledge and skills through the Zambia Business Consulting mission trip.
A listing of the best undergraduate entrepreneurship programs based on institutional survey data, including academic offerings, experiential learning opportunities, and career outcomes, among other factors.
Baylor University, along with venture capital firm Waco Ventures and Blueprints Labs, has formed the Lab to Market Collaborative (L2M) to bring innovative ideas and technologies out of university halls and into the market.
The Wall Street Journal: Entrepreneurship professor Boris Nikolaev explains that despite working longer hours and earning less money, entrepreneurs report higher job satisfaction.
Matt Ridley, D.Phil., award-winning journalist and science writer, will be the featured speaker at the Free Enterprise Forum at Baylor University's Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, hosted by the John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise on Thursday, Nov. 4. This event, which is free and open to the public, will be held at 5:15 p.m. in Foster 240.
Boris Nikolaev, assistant professor of entrepreneurship at Baylor University says, "...there's overwhelming evidence in the literature that entrepreneurs report significantly higher levels of job satisfaction."
Baylor grad and entrepreneurship stand-out student Grace Casper takes on role as Waco general manager with new coffeehouse, "It is crazy, because I've always had this dream of opening up a coffee shop for individuals with disabilities to work at."
Ray Bagby retired in 2020 after three decades on the Baylor faculty. Ray was the founding editor of Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, one of the most influential academic journals in the entrepreneurship field. We asked Ray to reflect on his career as a scholar, teacher, and journal editor and how he sees the entrepreneurship research landscape today.
Baylor Business Review: After leaving the Army in 2013, Franco enrolled at Baylor to study Entrepreneurship. It was not a difficult decision, she said. Baylor’s program was and continues to be highly ranked, plus it was not far from her family in Dallas.
Baylor University's John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise has opened applications for the 11th annual Baylor New Venture Competition (BNVC), a two-day business plan and elevator pitch competition for collegiate entrepreneurs across the world.
"It's about how we can impact society in a positive way and be a global leader in that."
Baylor Entrepreneurship Department is ranked a top-ten program once again at number 9.
Baylor University will host the 2022 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC), welcoming guests from around the world. BCERC is considered by many to be the premier entrepreneurship research conference in the world.
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"Reading about Baylor's mission, the Christian faith and the fantastic work that has happened here got me very excited about this opportunity."
The June Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal Special Issue on "Policy for Innovative Entrepreneurship" features article from Peter Klein (with Steve Bradley, Phil Kim, Jeff McMullen and Karl Wennberg).
Peter Klein discusses the distinction between cronyism and capitalism.
CO (U.S. Chamber of Commerce): Lee Grumbles, entrepreneurship professor, is quoted in this article about traits that lead a family-run business towards success or failure.
Associate Director John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship, Shaun Limbers is recognized with Solid Gold Neighbor Faculty Award.
The Austrian: Professor of entrepreneurship Peter Klein shares his insights about the state of the economics profession.
Before joining the Baylor faculty in 2015, Professor Peter Klein taught at Georgia and Missouri, co-authoring three books along the way and editing several others. Klein was drawn to Waco from Mizzou (an R1 institution) by Baylor's mission and the entrepreneurship program's "ecosystem."
"Entrepreneurship is the perfect blend of flexibility, autonomy and excitement."
Wallet Hub: T. Stevens Chair of Free Enterprise Steve Bradley is a featured expert in this article about starting a business in small cities and offers advice on what entrepreneurs should look for in a small city.
Baylor University's BRIC serves as an incubator and testing ground for high-tech startups.
Baylor Entrepreneurship Department moves up to the tenth spot in the U.S. News Reports ranking of the best Graduate Entrepreneurship Programs.
Baylor's entrepreneurship graduate program rising five places into the top ten at No. 10 in the nation.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Peter Klein, professor of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation, researches the perceived disconnect between ownership and value creation with a new term in strategic management literature.
Spotlight on research from Entrepreneurship professor Peter Klein, "Ownership Competence."
Nominations are open for the inaugural Baylor Impact Awards. The new award program from the John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise, is designed to honor the accomplishments of Texas family-owned and Baylor alumni-owned businesses.
ABSTRACT | Digital transformation is fundamentally changing the business landscape. It is also affecting the roles of top managers within firms. Our survey of more than 160 senior managers in Europe suggests that digitalization, rather than encouraging more decentralized forms of management, will lead to an expanded role for headquarters and further empowerment of top managers. While acknowledging the benefits of the digital transformation, in this Executive Digest we identify five key challenges for newly empowered top managers and offer solutions for these digitalization traps.
The editorial website CO speaks with associate director for the Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise, Shaun Limbers.
Baylor Connections: Peter Klein, the W. W. Caruth Chair and professor of entrepreneurship, shares his thoughts on the impact of COVID-19 on business leaders and how the entrepreneurship department has established itself as a top 10 national program.
In this Baylor Connections, Klein examines the entrepreneurial mindset in a variety of settings, considers the impact of COVID-19 on business leaders, and shares how Baylor Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation has established itself as a top national program.
For the 12th straight year, Baylor's undergraduate entrepreneurship program is a consensus top-10 national pick in the field.
Baylor's nationally recognized Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation prepares tomorrow's business leaders.
Dr. Gabriella Cacciotti joins the Baylor Entrepreneurship Department as an Assistant Professor.