Thursday, August 13, 2015

4 Myths About Corporate Intrapreneurship Debunked

With their ability to generate new business value and respond to rising competitive threats, Intrapreneurs are generating more buzz than ever before. So is it all hype? Or is intrapreneurship here to stay?

Join us at The Corporate Intrapreneur Summit, October 8th in New York City as we bring together the largest group of experienced corporate intrapreneurs to help debunk some common myths and share their wisdom on how to effectively drive value through formalized intrapreneurship programs.

Myth #1: Intrapreneurship in large organizations is rare.
No longer one-off success stories, intrapreneurs are taking center stage in some of the largest organizations. The Corporate Intrapreneur Summit is your opportunity to meet with 100 intrapreneurs from across industries- including L'Oreal, Eli Lilly, ExxonMobil, Intuit and more. See the full list here:

Myth #2: There is too much hierarchy in my slow-moving organization for intrapreneurship.
Don't let startups steal your next business opportunity. Sure, smaller companies have less "red tape" than larger ones. But see how companies like yours are combating this by harnessing the skills of intrapreneurs. Target did just that- check out their story here:

Myth #3: Intrapreneurs need to do it all on their own
Absolutely not. Make your job easier as you build a network of fellow intrapreneurs. The Corporate Intrapreneur Summit was designed with collaboration in mind - offering a structured, interactive curriculum:

Myth #4: You can't put a structure around Intrapreneurs
Successful intrapreneurship without structure is the exception, not the rule. The Summit aims to help build a structure around formal intrapreneurship programs with the help of Wells Fargo, NBC Universal, and GE, and more.

You get an exclusive $100 off when you use code INTRA15LI. Register today:

We look forward to helping you advance intrapreneurship within your organization this October.

The Corporate Intrapreneurship Summit Team

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