Intrapreneurship 101: Skills for Entrepreneurs on the Inside
What you'll learn
- What is intrapreneurship
- Key cases of successful intrapreneurs
- Who exactly is an intrapreneur and how to spot one?
- An overview of the skills and capabilities that intrapreneurs need to succeed
- How to develop and implement an idea
- How to build movement around your idea
- How to deliver your idea
- Real life examples of successful intrapreneurship
- No prerequisites are required.
In this course, you will learn how to drive change and innovation from within your organization to make a positive impact. This course focuses on building your confidence and developing the skills required for successful intrapreneurship.
By taking this course, you will have a deeper understanding of the value of intrapreneurship; be exposed to real-life case examples; and be able to spot potential opportunities to practice intrapreneurship. You will be able to identify and structure an idea that creates value for both society and your organization. You will learn how to map your key stakeholders and understand how to influence to sell your idea. And you will also consider how to maintain resilience through this process and have a plan to do so.
Tangible course outcomes:
A world-changing idea (or at least a starting point!)
Stakeholder map (who to influence and how)
Pitch for your idea (bring your idea off the page)
Personal resilience plan (how to stay fit for the journey)
This course consists of 5 Modules in total.
Module 1/The Introduction To Intrapreneurship - also offered as a separate free course on Udemy
Module 2/Coming Up With A World Changing Idea
Module 3/Building Community And Support For Your Idea
Module 4/Making The Case For Your Idea
Module 5/Fostering Personal Resilience
Who this course is for:
- Aspiring intrapreneurs
- Early stage Intrapreneurs
- People who want to drive change within an established organization
- People who want to create new initiatives with impact inside established organizations
We are a global learning community of intrapreneurs and catalysts driving change from within. Our members are prototyping the future of work, cultivating cultures that are more authentic, innovative, collaborative, and ultimately, more meaningful.
Why the League?
Our communities are facing systems challenges on a scale never seen before. From climate change to poverty, migration to resource scarcity, we are seeing hot-spots in desperate need of disruptive and scalable solutions.
The League exists to mobilize our incumbent institutions as collaborative partners in systems change. To unlock the human potential inside our most influential organizations to create a more prosperous, equitable and sustainable world.
Who are we?
We are misfits, disruptors, tempered radicals, dreamers who do.
We are intrapreneurs: entrepreneurs on the inside harnessing the assets of our incumbent institutions – brand, innovation, people, money – to deliver our sustainable development goals.
How do we work?
Operating in over 12 countries, our community of intrapreneurs are working in back offices and boardrooms, harnessing organizational assets to develop scalable solutions to societal challenges; closed loop carpets, zero carbon aeroplanes, social enterprise bakeries – these are all ideas being incubated by intrapreneurs.
We strive to empower individual intrapreneurs, foster organizational learning and to strengthen the global intrapreneurship ecosystem.
Entrepreneur, strategist, passionate about how business can create positive impact and how people can find meaning at work. Florencia is Director of the League of Intrapreneurs, a global learning community with the mission to unlock the human potential inside large organizations to create a better future. She is an experienced facilitator, coaching groups and individuals throughout transformation journeys, and innovation processes. Florencia has more than 10 years of experience inside large corporations as ABN Amro Bank and McKinsey as well as a social entrepreneur having founded Cria Global (impact based innovation consultancy) and Pipa (accelerator for impact-driven start-ups in Brazil) and having worked closely as a mentor of various Ashoka Fellows. She holds an MBA from UC Berkeley, a BA in International Business and is a certified facilitator in Theory U. Florencia is today based in Punta del Este, Uruguay, mother of two girls Maia and Sofia.
Maggie De Pree is a co-founder and Global Director of The League of Intrapreneurs, a global learning community for corporate ‘intrapreneurs’: people working for a better world from inside our incumbent institutions. She has spent over a decade harnessing the innovation potential of business to address issues ranging from climate change to healthcare and has worked with companies such as GSK, BMW, Nike, Barclays, Shell, BP and SC Johnson. She regularly speaks and writes on the topic of sustainable innovation and intrapreneurship and is the co-author with John Elkington of The Social Intrapreneur: A Field Guide for Corporate Changemakers. Maggie is a passionate advocate for girls’ sport and after launching her village’s first U8 football team for girls has now found herself coaching the local cricket.