PHILADELPHIA, PA, September 05, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- For Roger Hamilton
, also known as "Asia's leading wealth consultant," entrepreneurship is one of the most important factors driving progress in the global economy. This appreciation of enterprising endeavors is what inspired Hamilton to launch the highly-lauded Wealth Dynamics system which has been used by over 120,000 entrepreneurs around the world. Through his own business success, Hamilton has remained a strong advocate of the entrepreneurial spirit. Now this passion is taking a strong hold in the United States as many universities offering MBAs are restructuring their courses to meet the demands of a growing entrepreneurial culture.
In order to better illustrate this growing trend, Roger Hamilton points to a recent article
from Business News Daily on the subject. The article reveals, "Post-graduate business schools are beefing up their efforts to prepare students to start and run their own business, new research shows. The study by the MBA Roundtable, a global association of business schools, revealed that because interest in becoming an entrepreneur is projected to grow, more management education programs are using an increasingly wide variety of approaches to teach entrepreneurialism."
Roger Hamilton responds, "It is impressive that higher education is taking such an aggressive approach to ensuring that entrepreneurs are given the resources they need to become successful. Even more exciting is the wide variety of instructional modalities that are becoming available--this diverse education potential will help inspire a new generation of steadfast and progressive business leaders."
According to Business News Daily, the new focus on entrepreneurship has allowed educators to retool their approaches to ensure that students are given an opportunity to learn at every level possible. The article reveals, "Specifically, the entrepreneurship programs studied use a mix of experience-based and traditional classroom learning. More than 90 percent of the programs use at least some experiential learning, while only 9 percent are exclusively classroom-based, the study found. Additionally, the programs analyzed emphasize soft skills--such as communication, team building and sales-pitch development/delivery--more than what is typical for most other MBA focus areas."
While the growing spirit of entrepreneurship has become evident in American work culture, Hamilton explains that the recent research suggests that business development may become even more prevalent in the near future. Business News Daily indicates, "Overall, 60 percent of the entrepreneurship programs expect increased participation in the next three years. In order to support the growth, the programs studied plan to increase their use of incubators, add concentrations and/or new certificates, and expand their use of cross-disciplinary initiatives."
"Now that business schools are showing their greater dedication to entrepreneurship, it is my hope that entrepreneurial professionals look into the educational opportunities they can benefit from in today's higher education," Roger Hamilton concludes.
Roger Hamilton is a gifted entrepreneur and business leader whose collective efforts have often earned him designation as "Asia's leading wealth consultant." Internationally recognized, Hamilton developed his career in the tech industry by helping establish Hand Technologies--a noted frontrunner in telecommunications sales that is noted for laying the initial resources of ecommerce. Eventually, Hamilton relocated to Singapore where he founded the Wealth Dynamics system--a well-known psychometric testing procedure that utilizes the teachings of Carl Jung and the I Ching and has been used by over 120,000 entrepreneurs worldwide. Roger Hamilton is also the founder of Entrepreneurs Institute, which runs iLab - Asia's first resort entrepreneur accelerator in Bali, Indonesia. Roger Hamilton currently resides in Bali, where he acts as the chairman of the world renowned Green School, which was recently awarded the Greenest School on Earth by USGBC centre for Green Schools.