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Simulating real-world uncertainty in the classroom—an entrepreneurial perspective
Rajiv Vaid Basaiawmoit, PhD, MBA
Aarhus University and Biosymfonix Edu-Games

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12:30 pm, Thursday (not Tuesday), 28 March 2019
Risk Institute Seminar Room
Institute for Risk and Uncertainty, Chadwick Building, University of Liverpool

Abstract: Contrary to popular belief, entrepreneurship is a process that can be learned, not only to create companies but to solve problems and to adopt an entrepreneurial mindset that views the world around us from a different perspective, where we (the entrepreneurs) realize and respond to a certain call-for-action. To do so, entrepreneurs need to be experts at navigating uncertainty and attempt to convert it to a strategic advantage. The board game “ESHIP - Navigating Uncertainty” was created to aid an entrepreneurial learning process where one could absorb the principles of navigating uncertainty in an implicit and thus an intuitive manner. The players can test their team-based decision-making abilities within the safe and risk-free environment of a game.

Rajiv Vaid Basaiawmoit is Sci-Tech Head of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Science and Technology, at Aarhus University in Denmark, and also co-founder and Innovation Jedi-Master at Biosymfonix Edu-Games in Skanderborg.

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