Dr. Dale Jasinski is an associate professor of entrepreneurship at Quinnipiac University where he teaches entrepreneurship and strategy courses. He received his Ph.D. in strategy and entrepreneurship from the University of Colorado and undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Accounting from Northern Arizona University. In addition to teaching graduate courses at Quinnipiac, he has had the privilege of teaching innovation and entrepreneurship in the EMBA program at the University of Wisconsin in 2017 and has twice taught courses to international students from North Africa as part of a University of Connecticut summer program.
His teaching of entrepreneurship and innovation is enhanced by the fact he has started several successful organizations: (1) Automation Partners (1983-1992), a technology-based startup which designed, implemented and supported computer systems for law firms from offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego; (2) Professional Athlete Transition Institute (2001-2010), which provided consulting, education, and training services to current and former professional athletes; (3) Catalyst Media (2012 to 2016) which created and deployed digital media to help companies launch and grow; (4) The Enstitute (2013 to 2017) a nonprofit which provided an apprentice based alternative to college to learn entrepreneurship; and (4) Positive Publishing (2017 to present) an educational and consulting company.
He is one of only 50 professors worldwide who have received certifications in both LeanLaunch and Mission Model Canvas methodologies from Stanford University and uses this expertise to help large and small organizations build their innovative capacities.