One of the most gratifying aspects of research in management is the circular process of seeing scholarly insights put into practice and then learning from the experiences of those in practice to inform my research. This week I'm honored to be spending an intense five days with an incredibly bright, motivated, and hardworking group of aspiring entrepreneurs in Algiers. These inspiring souls hail from across the country, selected through a months-long foundational training process in which they all generated business concepts, learned about business models, and began to get an understanding of the complexities of partnerships, marketing and other aspects of entrepreneurship. Their backgrounds and concepts span many industries, from technology to health care to social services, waste management, alternative energy, and retail. What inspires me the most, however, is their deep belief that they can leverage the mechanisms of capitalism and entrepreneurship to yield positive impact for their communities (and their country, which is transitioning v-e-r-y s-l-o-w-l-y to a more market based-economy). These folks are problem solvers. They're innovators. And while I'll be teaching them, they'll be teaching me as well. I am so honored the U.S. Embassy Algiers chose me to implement this Entrepreneurship Boot Camp workshop for the second time. Let the adventure begin!