New Delhi [India], August 27 (ANI/Mediawire): Management education is often considered as a double-edged sword when one tries to critically evaluate its impact in nurturing entrepreneurial spirit. On one hand, it supports young minds having entrepreneurial mindset to refine their venture ideas, develop understanding of various aspects of running a business and build networks. On the other hand, it hinders them in taking the plunge by offering good placement opportunities and inducing them to dream about safe havens and a rewarding career path. A good business school will navigate its role balancing these conflicting objectives to achieve both – nurture entrepreneurial dreams and ensure that they are supported holistically to grow fast, and healthy.New Delhi [India], August 27 (ANI/Mediawire): Management education is often considered as a double-edged sword when one tries to critically evaluate its impact in nurturing entrepreneurial spirit. On one hand, it supports young minds having entrepreneurial mindset to refine their venture ideas, develop understanding of various aspects of running a business and build networks. On the other hand, it hinders them in taking the plunge by offering good placement opportunities and inducing them to dream about safe havens and a rewarding career path. A good business school will navigate its role balancing these conflicting objectives to achieve both – nurture entrepreneurial dreams and ensure that they are supported holistically to grow fast, and healthy.Read More