There is a rich seam of entrepreneur content running through this edition, from how chief entrepreneur roles are integral to company transformation, interviews with international entrepreneurial MBA graduates to young innovators turning dreams in to business reality.



  • Why every company needs a chief entrepreneur Transformative innovation explores new horizons and potentially disruptive business models, and requires an entrepreneur at its helm, writes Alexander Osterwalder

  • The Danish Dragon. Christian Stadil, charismatic CEO of Thornico Group, talks to David Woods-Hale about creativity in business, company karma, and why business leaders have an obligation to be professors

  • What makes a modern family business Research into the characteristics and perceptions of family businesses shows that their image needs an overhaul if they are to attract and retain top talent, writes Miruna Radu Lefebvre, Chair of Family Entrepreneurship and Society at Audencia Business School, France

  • The day of the young entrepreneur It has never been easier to be an entrepreneur so how are young innovators turning their dreams into business? Spinder Dhaliwal, author of The Millennial Millionaire, unravels the trends and shares advice

  • We don't need another hero: why a complex world calls for connected leadership. Today’s unpredictable world demands a more inclusive and less individualistic style, so when leaders behave in ways that show how much they prize integrity, organisational culture tends to reflect this.

  • And finally... We've collated the stories of all of the winners and shortlisted entries from our MBA Awards 2016.