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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CMAs must exhibit strong management skills, strong strategic capabilities but, most importantly, they need to demonstrate adaptable leadership abilities and exercise their intrapreneurial traits that directly contribute to creating value in whatever they tackle.
Pinchot (1985) cited examples of intrapreneurial successes for products such as the Post-it notes produced by 3M, the Pontiac Fiero produced by GM, and the personal computer produced by IBM.
It is not uncommon for intrapreneurial values to clash with more mature product environments.
The members of both groupings showed a strong entrepreneurial - or, rather, intrapreneurial - orientation that was reinforced by the divisions' reward structure.
In the long run, Their most serious challenge in facing the concept is to implement a more intrapreneurial organizational structure.
This includes a start-up, or an intrapreneurial journey (such as corporate managers starting new initiatives that build growth in a big company by setting up a new distinct business unit).
the intention to continue operating an inherited or acquired firm), and intrapreneurial intention (i.
Day two of the event will focus on the development of practical tools for fostering intrapreneurship and meeting the following challenges: How to channel intrapreneurial energy into our economies, How to develop the marketplace for intrapreneurship, How to network with the emerging providers of intrapreneurship related services, How to network with investors, How to plan for early retirement and How to shift from an intrapreneur to successful businessmen and businesswomen, among other topics.
Hamad Al Omar, CEO Life Science International, KSA At the end of the first day, The Forum will organize a short cafe discussion about the needs of intrapreneurs and how to best channel their intrapreneurial energy into the local economy.
Many corporations have responded to these inhibiting factors and need for innovation by trying to establish an intrapreneurial spirit and social networking in their organizations (Hisrich et al.
Convince P&G to continue Oxydol as an intrapreneurial venture.