Daniel Isenberg Audio Books

Daniel Isenberg Audio Books

Daniel Isenberg was raised in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. After graduating from the University of Oregon he received his PhD in social psychology from Harvard University. Dan taught organizational behavior at Harvard Business School before moving to Israel in 1987 to raise a family and become an entrepreneur and venture capitalist. He is an active participant at Davos and other World Economic Forum events, and has spoken or advised on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship ecosystem development in over two dozen countries. He is currently professor of entrepreneurship practice at Babson Executive and Enterprise Education. 

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