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Five Key Tenets of Cultural Intrapreneurship

In my last article I made the distinction between structural or procedural intrapreneurship and cultural intrapreneurship.  Structural or procedural intrapreneurship is focused on the business or product that is the outcome of an intrapreneurship initiative, while cultural intrapreneurship focuses on using intrapreneurship experiences as a tool for long-term culture change toward the future of organizations. I promised a deeper dive… Read more →

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TOWARD EMBEDDING A CULTURE OF INTRAPRENEURSHIP

The basic concept of intrapreneurship is simple: Intrapreneurship is the act of behaving like an entrepreneur while working within a large organization. Intrapreneurship means that individuals in your organization look to the future and develop and test new ways of serving your customers beyond your current business model. It starts with an individual and later a small team that attempts… Read more →