Campus Entrepreneurial Management
In today's information disclosure era, campus institutional leadership is not enough to rely solely on the success of student graduation rates. Campus leaders need to have a quality of leadership and entrepreneurship to create a learning climate that accommodates all creativity and innivation. At this point, the concept of campus entrepreneurial management is required. A model of institutional management is constructed based on five components. Open Management, Networking, Constructive Competition, Empowerment, and Reward and Punishment. Further, the concept of Campus guide management will be able to encourage teaching creativity, interdisciplinary academic work, participating in social and political movements, contributing to the service changes and policies applied by Civil society organizations and governments. As well as business expansion opportunities to encourage the excavation of resources from legal enterprises.