Entrepreneurs are Creative By Nature

In order to solve problems entrepreneurs are seeking new ways of behaving, while most managers use logical thinking, directly related to established processes.

Monday, April 7, 2014

An article in Nacion.com reports that "... A research team of neuroscientists and academics from business schools in Italy and Switzerland have used an fMRI to capture images of the brains of entrepreneurs and managers who performed a task consisting in the search for alternative approaches to solve a problem, something scholars call 'exploration'. "

"... People born with a tendency to be creative are more attracted to entrepreneurship than management. "

The study revealed that more than 3000 twins in England "... showed the same genetic factors which caused them to have a "creative personality" and also makes people identify new business opportunities and give them the ability to establish companies. "

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