Last Updated May 19, 2010 6:03 PM EDT
Nearly every business school has a program to teach the so-called principles of entrepreneurship. And yet, most of what we hear about what makes business founders successful -- usually that they're creative, visionary, risk-taking types -- can't be picked up in B-school.
We beg to to differ. We recently published our take on what really makes entrepreneurs successful and we found that it's not about personality traits, risk tolerance, or even your brilliant business plan. It's about how well you can navigate uncertainty -- something that B-schools definitely can and do teach.
Now we want to know what you think:
Now take the BNET quiz: Do you think like an entrepreneur?