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Over 385 Minorities Considering New Careers as Business Professors to Attend Award-Winning PhD Project Conference

As a founding supporter, AACSB International (AACSB) is pleased to commend The PhD Project for inviting over 385 minority business professionals (of the approximate 735 who applied) to attend its 21st Annual PhD Project Conference, being held November 19-21, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare, Chicago, IL. Since 1994, AACSB has been a supporter of The PhD Project, which encourages minority business professionals to consider careers as business professors, as a way to attract and mentor a new generation of minority undergraduates within higher education.

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Linda Darragh

Spotlight: Why Entrepreneurs Don't Need New Ideas—They Need Problem-Solving Skills

You have an idea, and it’s a big one. You’re motivated. You’re passionate. You’re smart. So here is the question: Is a good idea really all it takes to build a viable business? Ideas, that’s what it’s all about, right? Wrong. If you are starting with an idea, you need to back up and answer an important question. What is the problem in need of a solution? Without a problem, ideas are irrelevant.