Tag Archives: Corporate Intrapraneuring

How do you do innovation?

If you had an idea for a medical device, would you know where to go at work to get help commercializing or deploying it in your organization? Most of the time, based on my experience, the answer is no. Giffford Pinchot, who originated the term “intrapreneur”, has suggested that you rate your organization in several domains to see whether your ...

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The 2015 Lean Startup Conference

Lean Startup Conference

GE Powers up a New Generation of Corporate Innovation The company formerly known as General Electric (GE) is synonymous with technological advances such as the light bulb, TV and nuclear power but until recently its innovation processes that were forged in the industrial revolution had not kept pace. Speaking at the Lean Start-up conference here in San Francisco, GE leaders ...

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The Urgent Intrapreneur Opportunity: An Intro for Corporate Leaders

The power and freedom that entrepreneurs and their startups embody is reinforced through a constant stream of media highlighting success, purpose and (mostly bullsh*t) bucolic work environments. As the global economy improves, business leaders of established corporate organizations need to consider how they can introduce an entrepreneurial spirit. Intrapreneurs are the answer, and this article provides a high level overview.

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