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How Storytelling Can Help Build An Innovation Culture

When it comes to innovation, the one commonality that unites people who work in large companies is a sense of doubt. Can this really be done in our company? Getting people to step over the breach and try to innovate is often met with a sense of trepidation. I often get the feeling that people […]

Why Intrapreneurs Are Not Just Entrepreneurs Working Inside Large Companies

In a previous article, I wrote about how people wrongly assume that entrepreneurs working in startups create more transformative innovations than intrapreneurs working in large companies. The research data reveals the opposite. In fact, over 70% of transformative innovations are conceived, developed and commercialized by employees working within large companies. This finding stands in stark contrast to how […]

Do Entrepreneurs Really Create More Transformative Innovations Than Intrapreneurs?

Entrepreneurs have become rockstars. Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg are just as famous as movie stars. These entrepreneurs often grace the covers of business and celebrity magazines. When people think about transformative innovations that have had the highest impact on society, they tend to associate this with entrepreneurs who started their […]

Little Fires Everywhere: How Leaders Can Ensure Innovation Programs Are Creating Value

Leaders in established organizations have now moved beyond debating whether innovation is necessary. The conversation has now shifted to finding the right ways to innovate. As a result of this, companies are launching a lot of innovation programs. I am consistently finding that whatever innovation program I have been brought in to advise is not […]