Entrepreneurship can be defined as testing hypotheses and validating ideas in the market. By teaching entrepreneurship, we teach people a process of conducting research in practice. This is based upon the build-measure-learn sequence. In this loop, the incremental, iterative process, plans are built, validated and tested in the market after which new data is generated. Based upon the analysis of this new data, further steps are designed and new ideas and hypothesis are built. Repeating this loop results in the development of entrepreneurial behaviour.
In the Train the Trainer programme, much attention is paid to the development of a deep awareness of problems and analytical and synthesizing skills. It is about the development, evaluation and validation of possible solutions.