Forbes columnist Michael Noer has a nice feature on the Acton MBA — “Startup School: An MBA Designed For Entrepreneurs, Not I-Bankers.”
Acton is unique because of “its relentless focus on a single goal: educating aspiring entrepreneurs. The curriculum discards the traditional M.B.A. silos of finance, accounting and marketing to revolve around the entrepreneurial cycle of creating, growing and selling a business.”
My Kaizen interview with Acton’s founder, Jeff Sandefer, is at the Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship’s site. The Acton method is now also in place at the Universidad Francisco Marroquín.