Measuring the success of entrepreneurship education is complex with several issues. Firstly, metrics used are varied, for example using self-efficacy and business creation. In addition, students may be from any school of the university and had varying interaction with entrepreneurship education making any meaningful tracking difficult. Following the careers of alumni having left the university also presents challenges. A data warehouse is proposed to collate information from a variety of internal and external sources in an organised manner to allow educators to identify effectiveness in different circumstances and therefore how entrepreneurship education may be measured.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the British Academy of Management|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Aug 2022|
- venture creation
- enterprise education
- data warehouse
- Extract Transform Load (ETL)
- data analytics