A B-School Professor on Main Street, USA

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ScottSchaeferDr. Scott Schaefer escaped an economics conference and ended up in a fortuitous encounter that changed his life.

Listen to the recording of our conversation with Dr. Shaefer, Kendall D. Garff Chair in Business Administration and Professor of Finance at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business, for some great insights into small business, business school, and the place where the two meet.

00:02:03 – How a trip to the shoe store inspired Roadside MBA.

00:06:35 – The Roadside MBA Manifesto.

00:12:54 – Want to hear some great stories?

00:17:43 – The story Scott wishes he had included in the book (and so does Linda).

00:24:57 – Surprising takeaways from Roadside MBA project.

00:28:53 – How the Roadside MBA changed the way Scott teaches.

00:33:45 – If only MBA students came to campus knowing…

Listen to the full conversation to learn more!*Theme music is courtesy of podcastthemes.com.

Related Links:

Roadside MBA: Backroad Wisdom for Entrepreneurs, Executives and Small Business Owners (Linda highly recommends it.)
Roadside MBA
Roadside MBA on Twitter
Entrepreneurship & the MBA

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MBAs Across America: Entrepreneurs with a Heart
MBAs Across America: The Coolest HBS Internship (original interview)
Dr. Douglas Stayman Shares the Scoop on Cornell Tech NYC
Introducing the Master in Entrepreneurship Program at the Univ. of Michigan

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