L’intrapreneur est le membre d’une grande entreprise qui, en accord avec elle et tout en restant salarié de son entreprise, possède un projet viable intéressant l’entreprise et qu’il peut réaliser en son sein. Il est celui qui transforme une idée en activité rentable au sein d’une organisation.
Vocoli is the digital employee suggestion and ideation program. It helps your employees suggest ideas to solve your company's biggest challenges in a comprehensive innovation program — all in an easy-to-use interface that lets you manage the entire process.
Accès à l'énergie, microfinance, réinsertion... Voici vingt cadres qui développent au sein de leur entreprise une activité innovante à fort impact social, en lien avec leur métier. De véritables pionniers au coeur des multinationales.
The truth is there's more and more information out there about how to succeed in making a difference from the inside. It's easier now more than ever for employees who want to have impact in their work, to find the tools and understand the challenges...
Almost certainly you have all heard of the term Entrepreneurship. It is usually used in reference to individuals who decide to go it alone – professionally strike out into the world by themselves so to speak. But have you heard of this term’s sibling, Intrapreneurship?...
A new study seeks to reveal how to cultivate intrapreneurship within an organization. (Intrapreneur Index) in·tra·pre·neur, (intrəprəˈnər,-ˈno͝or), noun. An employee who is both willing and able to develop and implement innovative solutions, thereby adding surprising value to some or all of the organization’s stakeholders. Gallup has documented that the national employee engagement rate [...]
Most of us know the word "entrepreneur." And while it's a common term, not all of us can or want to be one. Regardless, there's always room for improvement, whether in our companies or in our lives. Steps, big and small, can't be implemented until someone brings them to light. So it's important to ensure that if someone has a good idea, it can be heard.
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....
For ambitious Millennials, entrepreneurship isn’t the only path to a fulfilling and successful career. An increasing number of young professionals are embracing intrapreneurship—innovating within an existing company—as a way to distinguish themselves and accelerate their careers while adding value to … Continue reading →
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 entreprene...
Are you wondering why past attempts by your organization to increase innovation, creativity, and employee engagement have come up short? Here are four points to ponder. Most leaders try to foster entrepreneurship inside the organization, but such efforts can create distrust, fear, and cynicism when inadequate attention is given to the [...]
Olivier Leclerc's insight:
Nice comparison between entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs higlighting key differences - that can easily be summarized by a higher 'dose' of politics navigation for intrapreneurs -
Not in agreement with all statements about 'fixing' the issues though some need to be experimented
Cast your mind back, to pre-2008 times, when bright and bushy tailed graduates would come out of business school looking for roles in the relevant employers of choice. Generally those organizations were large businesses, providing incentives such as expensive dinners, a career advancement path and generous financial packages.
Olivier Leclerc's insight:
"Intrapreneur networks" and "Intrapreneurs as owners" are my favorite. Fully complementary approaches to me. Both are then addressing most of the cultural transformation challenge
The ongoing debate in the business and academic world is whether people, process or culture is most important when it comes to intrapreneurship. Isn’t it time we end the debate? It is well known that internal champions can be effective at bringing new ideas to market. It is well researched that having the right processes …
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