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The ICSB webinar series is a forum for members from around the world to discuss Management Assistance for Small Business. Each live session includes well-respected educators, scholars and small business professionals. ICSB will host a new webinar each month with1-2 speakers and a topical focus under the general theme. We are targeting Wednesday at 12pm Eastern time (Washington DC USA). We encourage you to RSVP ahead of each live session. Council members representing education, industry, financial institutions and government, provide a worldwide network of ideas and experience exchange on management assistance for small business. The moderator of the ICSB Webinar Series is Executive Director, Dr. Ayman El Tarabishy, who will encourage speakers to provide real world examples and pragmatic advice for small businesses based on the research results.
Participants should RSVP for each upcoming live session below to receive a confirmation email. Users can join the meeting from a PC, Mac, or a mobile device. You are not required to have a Go To Meeting account to join the live session. Following each live session, we’ll post the webinar recording link, any speaker PPT slides and contact information, as well as a short summary to this page.
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“How can policies support SMEs? A US example”
Date: WEDNESDAY, May 17, 2017, 12PM – 1PM EST
- Dr. Winslow Sargeant, Former Chief Counsel to President Obama on Small Business AdministraTIon and current ICSB Senior Vice President for Development
NOTE: Must register to view recording.
Dr. Winslow Sargeant
Former Chief Counsel to President Obama on Small Business Administration and current ICSB Senior Vice President for Development
Dr. Winslow Sargeant is Managing Director of S&T, LLC, a firm supporting investment and business development for early-stage growth companies in cybersecurity, energy, communications, capital formation, and education.
From 2010-2015, he served as Chief Counsel for Advocacy in the US Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy. President Obama appointed him to this positon in August 2010. He was unanimously confirmed by the US Senate in November 2011.
From 2006-2010, Dr. Sargeant served as Managing Director for Venture Investors, LLC, an early-stage venture capital firm in Madison, Wisconsin. He served as Program Manager from 2001-2005 at the National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Office. Prior to NSF, Dr. Sargeant co-founded Aanetcom, a fabless semiconductor chip company. He served as Associate Adjunct Professor in electrical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania from 2000 to 2005.
Dr. Sargeant is a member of the Board of Trustees at the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) and Northeastern University (Boston, MA). He is a member of Stevens Institute of Technology (Hoboken, New Jersey) President’s Leadership Council. Dr. Sargeant currently serve as Chair of MyQVO, an early-stage educational technology company. He received the inaugural 2002 Wisconsin Distinguished Young Alumni Award and was a 2003 Outstanding Alumni Awardee at Northeastern University. Dr. Sargeant was a 2014 Wisconsin Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award winner. He received the 2014 IEEE George F. McClure Citation of Honor (Region 2) award for his dedicated representation of small business.
Dr. Sargeant earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison; a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University; and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University. He is a Kauffman Fellow (Class 11).
Why are we ignoring family business?
Date: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 2017, 12PM – 1PM EST
- Dr. Frank Hoy, Foisie Business School, Beswick Professor and Director, Collaborative for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Do you think that question is an exaggeration? Family businesses outnumber non-family businesses in most national economies. How much attention do they really get in business education? How many universities offer programs, or even a course? Do many educators believe the myth that you should not go into business with family members? Do they think that family businesses are dysfunctional? What about studies that suggest that family businesses outperform and outlive non-family businesses? Could it be that family businesses have lessons for non-family firms? Let’s think about what we can teach our students and what we still have to learn.
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Dr. Frank Hoy
Foisie Business School, Beswick Professor and Director, Collaborative for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Frank Hoy is the inaugural Paul R. Beswick Professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s School of Business. Formerly, he served as dean of the College of Business Administration at the University of Texas at El Paso, held the Carl R. Zwerner Professorship in Family Business at Georgia State University, and was state director of the Georgia Small Business Development Center while on the faculty of the University of Georgia.
Dr. Hoy’s professional service includes having been chair of the Entrepreneurship Division of the Academy of Management, senior vice president of the International Council for Small Business, vice president of the Family Firm Institute, president of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), and co-president of the Family Enterprise Research Conference. He is a recipient of USASBE’s Max S. Wortman, Jr.
Lifetime Achievement Award.
Dr. Hoy’s research contributions to family business include Entrepreneurial Family Firms (Co-authored with Pramodita Sharma, 2010) and The Routledge Companion to Family Business (Co-edited with Franz Kellermanns, 2017). Hoy is a Fellow of the Family Firm Institute, the International Council for Small Business, the International Family Enterprise Research Academy, and the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Programs to further develop faculty from around the world in the art and craft of teaching entrepreneurship and building entrepreneurship programs
Date: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 201; 12PM – 1PM EST
- Dr. Heidi Neck, Professor and the Jeffry A. Timmons Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies at Babson College
Dr. Neck will discuss her experience with programs that further develop faculty from around the world in the art and craft of teaching entrepreneurship and building entrepreneurship programs.
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Dr. Heidi Neck
Babson College Professor and the Jeffry A. Timmons Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies Heidi Neck, Ph.D., is a Babson College Professor and the Jeffry A. Timmons Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies.
She teaches entrepreneurship at the MBA and executive levels. Her research interests include entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurship inside organizations, and creative thinking. Neck is the lead author of Teaching Entrepreneurship: A Practice-Based Approach—a book written to help educators teach entrepreneurship in more experiential and engaging ways. Additionally, she has published 40+ book chapters, research monographs, and refereed articles in such journals as Journal of Small Business Management, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, and International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education. She is on the editorial board of the Academy of Management Learning & Education journal.
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