The second Lunch and Learn of February will define Intrapreneurship for attendees and help the audience understand the conditions that support it. Through looking at the history of commercial organizations, The Thinking Corporation will review how business has arrived at this point, which is on the edge of a new relationship between employers and employees. Employees have a certain view of their organizations that they may not share with their employer. They will either feel as though they want to help, or that they definitely don’t want to help, or something in between. Employers must understand this and provide all people with the opportunity to contribute to results. Once organizations reach 100+ employees there is a need to institutionalize any process as “the way we do things around here”. The question then becomes, can we institutionalize intrapreneurship?
Who Should Attend
Business owners, senior managers with decision-making capacity and senior HR representatives with companies larger than 100 employees. The Thinking Corporation can launch an intrapreneurship program in any organization with 100+ employees, or a selected group within larger organizations, with a view of rolling out the program over time.
About The Thinking Corporation
The Thinking Corporation (TTC) was started by David Frood following two decades of consulting to medium and large corporations. He noticed that employees often had excellent ideas and mostly would not tell their employers. David studied why this is the case and wrote “The Thinking Corporation” in 2007, which formed the basis for developing the change program to take organizations from their current state to one where all people have the opportunity to contribute towards results.
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