Internal Entrepreneurs' Lonely Brains Club
blogs.hbr.org
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"Recent research confirms that entrepreneurs inside large, established organizations ... largely follow the same act-learn-build logic as new venture entrepreneurs, but ... have few colleagues (and sometimes no one) to talk to, explore ideas with, or gain emotional support from." - Internal Entrepreneurs Don't Have to Be Lonely - Len Schlesinger,…

Intrapreneurs, Innovation & Employee engagement
www.linkedin.com

A good framework from @briansolis: "how do you innovate or take chances when the management imperative dictates an invulnerable stance? It starts with business goals and objectives. It's brought to life through a culture of intrapreneurialism and employee empowerment.... Intrapreneurialism ... promotes creativity, imagination and experimenta…

Why Side Projects Should Be Stupid
firstround.com
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Great read on intrapreneurs and innovation. Thinking the @bloggingportal reboot probably qualifies ... "When you treat something like it's stupid, you have fun with it, you don't put too much structure around it. You can enjoy different types of success... no one is watching you and there are no expectations... The best thing a startup can d…

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