intrapreneur

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intrapreneur

a person who while remaining within a larger organization uses entrepreneurial skills to develop a new product or line of business as a subsidiary of the organization
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Over three days, teams from medium and large organizations receive executive education in creativity, intrapreneurship and design.
His statement shows the real entrepreneurial spirit from the approach of the autonomous behavior, even though it goes against what the literature and other interviewees assert about the need to make resources available for intrapreneurship to arise.
Intrapreneurship consists of letting a subset of the organization function autonomously from a budgetary, process and operational viewpoint.
Relevant to emerging economies is that recent research finds that intrapreneurship and independent entrepreneurship seem to be substitutes at the macro level.
Intrapreneurship is characterised by the 'start up' style of management, characterised by flexibility, innovation, and risk-taking.
The programme will also teach applicants to be ideal employees through practising intrapreneurship, the concept of innovating from within an institution.
There have been some great examples of councils becoming more entrepreneurial and these case studies can be found in the Spark Global Business Public Sector Intrapreneurship report.
Central to this approach is an internal training programme, the Intrapreneurship School, which is building innovation skills across all departments within the council in order to manage the decreases in public sector expenditure that the authority faces over the next few years.
Central to this approach is an internal training programme, the Intrapreneurship School, which is building innovation skills across all departments within the council, and I am proud that my colleague Richie Turner has been working closely with the team at Monmouthshire to help develop opportunities in this area.
Information technology-enabled intrapreneurship culture and firm performance.
Job enrichment provides employee empowerment, and it, in turn, will lead to work autonomy and intrapreneurship.