I have a sense after a fair bit of entrepreneurship that there is a massive delta between what is taught in university and the skills needed in a real job. The basics of problem solving, communication, stakeholder management, self-managing, risk taking are hard to get.
The executive education scene is also made up of the same set of academics.
Coaches are too pushy for the sale. Where are people who can be a blend of an academic, executive, entrepreneur, and coach. Solutions would need to be bespoke, artisanal, and specific, akin to a therapist on call.
The professionals on the job are often lost as mentoring and real learning is not available. There is a market opportunity somewhere.