Can you teach entrepreneurship?

As with all enterprise education, there is an elephant in the room. It is the objection that enterprise is innate and education tends to thrash it out of young people rather than inculcate it. Iconic entrepreneurs such as Sir Richard Branson, Philip Green and John Caudwell are united by the modesty of their educational achievements. Click here to read the views of the FT’s enterprise editor.

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