Category Archives: Collective Entrepreneurship

Inhibitors to Entrepreneurship behavior at large companies – Part II (Welcome to Battle School!)

In Part I of this blog, I covered five common inhibitors to corporate entrepreneurship, namely: Lack of time Lack of connections Lack of CE skills (& context to learn them) Lack of executive visibility & resources Flawed risk/reward ratio and or misconceptions In Part II I introduce a programmatic example on how to deal with the above challenges – An

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Inhibitors to Entrepreneurship behavior at large companies (Part I)

Companies realize that they don’t innovate – their employees innovate.  Companies are thus earnestly preaching: ‘Innovation is everyone’s job”!  While the employees themselves want to become more innovative and entrepreneurial, they face five major structural inhibitors in attempting to do so (that only the most gifted, networked and experienced corporate entrepreneurs can overcome – unfortunately, there aren’t enough of them

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Grow the Pie

The unofficial economy, aka the parallel economy, second economy, informal economy, shadow economy, side-walk economy, etc. often provides heart warming stories of survival at the BoP, but nothing to be proud of.   93% of India’s jobs!  40% of Mexico’s and Brazil’s GDP!  In extreme cases like Benin, 95% of jobs and 50-60% of GDP!  Europe is not immune – wondered

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