Kelley School of Business Professor Dave Steele immersed his students within the entrepreneurial community during his class. Rather than teaching theory from the classroom, he lectured in a downtown Indianapolis coworking facility, where entrepreneurs got involved with classroom discussion.
Show Notes: 0:15 Introduction of Ep. 12 of The ROI Podcast Presented By The Kelley School of Business. 0:47 This is the final episode of the disruptive innovation series. 1:33 An introduction to Dave Steele, a Kelley faculty member who's had a successful career as a business executive and entrepreneur. 1:55 In the spring semester of 2017, Professor Steele taught his entrepreneurship class at a local coworking space in Indianapolis. 2:20 Steele talks about teaching from a practitioner's standpoint, and balancing that with important theory. 3:17 Students today want to know how to be successful and have work-life balance. 4:28 Steele contacted The Bureau. 5:29 Entrepreneurs in the coworking facility began helping students during Steele's lecture. 5:40 Introduction to Drew Kincius, manager of The Bureau. 6:40 Students began giving feedback to the entrepreneurs working in the space. 8:11 Steele says students have to develop a network and capitalize their business.