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Experiential Learning Through the Transformational Incubation Programme: A Case Study from Accra, Ghana

Stephen Dobson, Gideon Maas, Paul Jones Orcid Logo, Joan Lockyer

Experiential Learning for Entrepreneurship

Swansea University Author: Paul Jones Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1007/978-3-319-90005-6_12

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This chapter explores experiential learning theory (ELT) from a case study describing the Transformational Incubation Programme for Coventry University alumni in Ghana. The incubator represents a collaboration between Coventry University and British Council Ghana. The aim of the programme is to embe...

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Published in: Experiential Learning for Entrepreneurship
ISBN: 978-3-319-90004-9 978-3-319-90005-6
Published: Palgrave MaCmillan 2018
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description This chapter explores experiential learning theory (ELT) from a case study describing the Transformational Incubation Programme for Coventry University alumni in Ghana. The incubator represents a collaboration between Coventry University and British Council Ghana. The aim of the programme is to embed a blended, experiential learning approach to practice-based entrepreneurship education via an incubator designed to support scalable business start-up and growth. The incubator offers an opportunity to engage with practice-oriented and experience-based learning applied to real-world venture creation, business development, and acceleration. The chapter offers a generic framework for transformational entrepreneurship experiential learning in this context.
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