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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To recognize and evaluate the opportunity as such, the intrapreneur must obtain a preliminary understanding of the causes and consequences of the perceived deficit or other possibility for improvement.
While competent intrapreneurs will still conduct risk-and-reward analyses, they are more likely to act than get bogged down in protocol.
Text messaging (MMS), for instance, was developed by intrapreneurs at ATandT and NTT DoCoMo as a new wireless service.
Solur is an intrapreneur, technologist, and business leader specializing in IoT and mobile.
So in that sense I have always been an entrepreneur, an 'intrapreneur' maybe, having stakes in all the companies I have helped build and run.
Synopsis: A social 'intrapreneur' is someone whose is ambitious, not afraid to take risks, seeks to bring about positive social change, and wants to initiate change from within an established company, where he or she can have a more far-reaching, even global impact.
Department of Health and Human Services and intrapreneur at the Veterans Health Administration, creating and directing programs in physician leadership development, medical technology assessment and Medicare Advantage.
An intrapreneur is the main driving force for a successful performance of the intrapreneurship mechanism of the company.
While it's sometimes a fine line between entrepreneurial talent and sales talent, Harter says the fundamental difference is that an intrapreneur is adept at conceiving and implementing new ideas.
Table 1 Induced and Autonomous Corporate Entrepreneurship from the Scope of the Components of Entrepreneurial Orientation Dimensions of Autonomous CE Induced CE EO Innovativeness The idea spontaneously The intrapreneur only has comes to the the idea because the intrapreneur, according organization has created to the needs and a proper environment for circumstances he/she ideas to emerge, faces.
Scale-intensive firms are understood to be top-strategic organizations, in which the top-manager may be an intrapreneur. Intrapreneurs are managers or employees that transform ideas into new or improved products and services in their organization (Pinchot, 1985; Pinchot and Pellman, 1999).
A common term used nowadays is 'intrapreneur,' which encourages working within the mindset of an owner, supporting the needs of the company and the team members no matter what your current position may actually be.