Threshold Concepts for Entrepreneurial Thinking

For the last year Dr Lucy Hatt and I have been working with my colleagues, students, and a group of distinguished entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship champions at the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CfIE) at the University of Bristol to identify and synthesise a series of CfIE Threshold Concepts for understanding Entrepreneurial Thinking. The work has … Continue reading Threshold Concepts for Entrepreneurial Thinking

Jobs Done

I have finally read the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson over the last couple of weeks. It is really good and highly recommended reading for anyone with an interest in entrepreneurship, technology, or design. I am not entirely sure why it took me so long to get round to reading it - but it … Continue reading Jobs Done

Side Project Stories #17: Eat Better with Briony

It’s been a while, sorry. This side-project of mine sadly succumbed to the day-job rather dominating the last few months. However, it’s time to get back in the saddle with a great exemplar of side-hustling. This particular story takes in personal passions, transferable competences, a future plan that recognises some sensible personal preferences, and more … Continue reading Side Project Stories #17: Eat Better with Briony