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Intrapreneur

Teaching Employees to Be Entrepreneurs Will Become Standard Fare

Sramana Mitra | Posted 03.11.2015 | Small Business
Sramana Mitra

Companies want employees to come up with new ideas, innovate, be leaders. However, most of these employees, unless they came in through an acquisition, or from a startup, do not have entrepreneurial experience.

How to Drive Intrapreneurship Within Your Business to Create Truly Great Innovation

Marion Chamberlain | Posted 02.12.2015 | Business
Marion Chamberlain

Given my business focus on developing corporate leaders to become catalysts for corporate and societal change, I'm always looking for best practices to help drive up the engagement rate for businesses.

Intrapreneurship: The Launchpad for Entrepreneurship

Marion Chamberlain | Posted 03.01.2015 | Business
Marion Chamberlain

If you're a corporate employee who believes that breaking down the old corporate structure isn't enough to facilitate change, but starting something anew is what will, I'd encourage you to embrace intrapreneurship as the launchpad for your entrepreneurial venture. Why?

The Class of 2014 Is the Succession Plan for the Future

Caroline Dowd-Higgins | Posted 07.05.2014 | College
Caroline Dowd-Higgins

Millennial-aged graduates must enter the career world armed with tools and strategies to distinguish themselves from the pack. I share this wisdom to help you find your way in the world-of-work so you can thrive.

Intrapreneur Playbook: 3 Stages to Achieving True Buy-In

Debbie Madden | Posted 05.18.2014 | Technology
Debbie Madden

The goal is to continuously widen your sphere of influence, starting with an idea and expanding in a calculated way, out to wider spheres and ultimately to acceptance.

The Social Intrapreneur: Could They Be the X-Factor in Your Business?

Scott MacFarland | Posted 05.13.2014 | Business
Scott MacFarland

Call me disruptive, call me innovative, call me creative; I am okay with all of those because they are skills today's companies need. Some might say these skills can be disruptive to business and others might say they should be rewarded -- hmm... which is true?

If You Value Your Top People, Set Them Free

Bryan Elliott | Posted 11.18.2013 | Business
Bryan Elliott

Is it nurture or nature? The jury is still out about whether entrepreneurs are born or learn to master certain skills needed along the way through experience. But there's a growing trend of hybrids called intrapreneurs. These are people who take on entrepreneurial roles within their companies but don't leave.

Intrapreneurship Presents Solutions for MENA's Large Public Sector

Mehrunisa Qayyum | Posted 10.30.2013 | World
Mehrunisa Qayyum

Intrapreneurship is characterized by the "start up" style of management, characterized by flexibility, innovation, and risk-taking. The objective is to circumvent bureaucracy and fast-track private sector development by harnessing or taking advantage of new opportunities and new processes or designs.

Realigning Purpose, Getting Things Done

Judith Samuelson | Posted 05.20.2013 | Business
Judith Samuelson

I just returned from a great exchange of ideas organized by the Kellogg School of Management's Public-Private Initiative and the Aspen Institute. A key driver in the behavior of business and capital markets is how we describe -- and measure -- the purpose of the business corporation.

Baby Boomers Taking More Risks Than Gen Y, Study Shows

The Huffington Post | Shelley Emling | Posted 02.27.2013 | Fifty

In 1975, a 20-year-old Steve Jobs and his engineering buddy Steve Wozniak began working on the prototype of the Apple 1 computer in Jobs' parents' gar...

5 Signs You May Be a Social Intrapreneur

Smita Satiani | Posted 02.11.2013 | Impact
Smita Satiani

The Jack-of-all-trades. The Connector. The Secret Change Agent. What do each of these individuals have in common? They are examples of a new type of corporate changemaker that is cropping up in organizations around the world known as a social intrapreneur.

Looking for a Job?

Joan Michelson | Posted 10.22.2012 | Business
Joan Michelson

Looking for a job? Between 1 and 3 million new U.S. manufacturing jobs are being created in the energy field over the next 5 to 10 years.