Scrappy corporate entrepreneurs are resourceful. Their default 'ask' isn't about asking for more budget to solve their problems.
Scrappy corporate entrepreneurs get the job done through their creativity and by leveraging the strengths and 'scrappy skills' of team members and stakeholders.
Scrappy corporate entrepreneurs are problem-solvers who don't give up easily when presented with challenges and roadblocks.
Laying the Groundwork
Surveying the Lay of the Land
360 Stakeholder Management
Formal and Informal Rules
The Art of Being Understood
The Scrappy Side of Resourcefulness
Discovering Disruptive Opportunities
Leading Disruptive, Innovating Teams
Joining a Disruptive, Innovative Team
Corporate Entrepreneurship on a Shoestring Budget
Reinventing Your Role as a Scrappy Corporate Entrepreneur
Evergreen Corporate Entrepreneurship
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Lesson 1 Overview
E-Lesson 1: Laying the Groundwork
Six Primary Areas Quiz
Strategies for "Flexing" Your Communications Style
Flexing Your Communication Preference Quiz
Lesson 2 Overview
E-Lesson 2: Surveying the Lay of the Land
Lesson 10 OVERVIEW
E-Lesson 10: Corporate Entrepreneurship on a Shoestring Budget
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What to Take Away from This Lesson
E-Lesson 11: Reinventing Your Role As Corporate Entrepreneur
BONUS 1: Repositioning and Rebranding - Your Safety Net
Bonus 2: Repositioning and Rebranding - Your Personal Brand
Bonus 3: Repositioning and Rebranding - Building a Career Platform with OOMPH!
Over the years, my belief in the transformative power of change has never altered, whether my customers have worked in sales, operations, product development, supply chain, or human resources. In the last ten years we've all felt the pace of change accelerate considerably.
Using my corporate experience and involvement for over 30+ years in helping address the challenges faced by businesses, I was inspired to take a year off in 2010 to research, interview and write Innovation in a Reinvented World: 10 Essential Elements to Succeed in the New World of Business, published by John Wiley & Sons in 2011.
Today you must solve more problems in a shorter amount of time, each one more complex than the last. You are pressured to get results with the expectation that you'll know how to innovate on demand in order to do so.
With such massive leaps in advanced technology within the next decade, organizational change and workplace disruption will certainly add to business, job and career challenges. But they will also usher in one of the most exciting times in the history of business, presenting you with unique opportunities to lead yourself and others through transformative change.