Teaching Principled Entrepreneurship | Stanford eCorner

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Find self-reflective case study protagonists, consider your terminology, go beyond crisis management, cast a wide net for students, model respectful yet pointed debate. They’d been spurred along by Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates and author of the bestselling book Principles, who spent hours of class time working one-on-one with students as they tried to capture actionable guidelines for their future personal and professional behavior. (The principles in Dalio’s own book range from “Be radically open-minded and radically transparent” to “Never allow the idea meritocracy to slip into anarchy.”)

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