Lemonade 101

Flaum, Sander A.
August 2009
Pharmaceutical Executive;Aug2009, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses the need of curricula by the U.S. universities and colleges which places the greater emphasis on innovation and entrepreneurial workshops for their business students. It cites several business schools offering curricula that applicable to 2003. It mentions various programs by the universities and colleges to help their students enhance their skills.


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