How To Become An Entrepreneur On The Job

Make Your Job Worth More By Becoming A Corporate Entrepreneur
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  • Lectures 54
  • Length 6.5 hours
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  • Languages English
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Published 10/2014 English

Course Description

It’s No Secret:

If You Want To Move Up, You’ve Got To Provide VALUE To Your Employer.

Make Your Job Worth More By Becoming A Corporate Entrepreneur.

If you’re sick of your current corporate job and you want to move up and make more money, you only have two real options.

You can decide to move out and on—provided there are opportunities for new positions at another company…

Or, you can start increasing your value at your current job.

One of these options is clearly better than the other because, time and time again, the individuals that come up with new ideas, develop new processes and envision new products are the ones who end up progressing in their jobs.

Employees with ideas are worth more.

How do prove you’re worth more money? By developing new ideas.

How do you find a better job outside of the company that you currently work for? You create a reputation for developing new ideas.

Stop for just a minute and ask yourself…

What Happens When Your Company Can’t Imagine Business Without Your Ideas?You Move Up.

FACT: When you create new ideas that your company uses to build success, you increase your value.

Every employer in the world recognizes the worth of an individual that can help optimize and increase company profits.

What we’re talking about right now is Corporate Entrepreneurship—becoming an Intrapreneur…

Maximizing the profits of the company that you already work for by coming up with new ideas.

Corporate Entrepreneurs aren’t always born with a natural ability to create new ideas—often times, it’s a learning process—the development of a skill set that you can learn which allows you to target and envision ways to streamline costs, increase profit, find proficiency errors, and develop new ideas that benefit your current employer.

With This Innovative Course You Can Learn To Create Products, Process, And Ideas That Add Value To Your Company

It’s time to learn how to…

    ·Hunt For New Ideas

    ·Get Ahead Of Other Employees

    ·Build Internal Business Plans

    ·Remove Success Blocks

    ·Head Hunt For Team Members

    ·Present Your Ideas

    ·Get The “Green Light”

    ·And Increase Your Value

This course takes you step-by-step through the Corporate Entrepreneurship process, detailing the most common problems you will face and the strategies you can use to create new ideas that increase your value.

From how to optimize your ideas and navigate the politics of your work place to developing a plan to present your employer to get your ideas up and running, this course covers it all with practical, easy to follow instruction.

In just 7 lessons you can develop the skills you need to create new ideas within your company and put them to work for your future.

It’s Time To Bring An Entrepreneurial Spirit To Your Workplace! Learn From An Experienced Corporate Entrepreneur.

Let acclaimed intrapreneur Noam Tamari-Wekser be your personal mentor—guiding you to the traits, tools, and secrets that you need to develop a spirit of corporate entrepreneurship that will inform your future and help you increase your corporate value.

Noam has over 20 years of professional and executive management experience. He has worked with several multinational enterprises, increasing his corporate value and working his way into executive positions within companies by developing new ideas and presenting them to senior management.

He helped build six companies after retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. Noam has helped create internal ventures inside companies such as Oracle, Adama, HYX China, John Bryce and several others.

Why Don’t You Invest In Yourself And Your Future?

No One Else Is Going To Do It For You.

Here’s another fact for you to think about.

No one is going to walk up to you tomorrow at work and provide you with an idea that you can use to increase the value of your position and your employment.

It’s just not going to happen.

Until you start developing an entrepreneurial spirit that you bring to your job, and until you start learning to create new ideas and turn them into reality within your company, your value is going to be dictated by others.

Why don’t you take control right now and learn how you can start increasing your value by becoming a corporate entrepreneur?

Order now and get started today!

What are the requirements?

  • Take actions as instructed inside the course
  • Be willing to go beyond your own limits
  • Act on the Graduation Challenge before taking a risk with a real internal venture

What am I going to get from this course?

  • How to scout for good ideas
  • How to protect your idea and when to expose it
  • How to build a plan that will work
  • How to increase support percentage in my idea with sponsors
  • How to head-hunt for creative individuals and form a winning team
  • How to get a green-light and funds from top management for your venture
  • Become a valued and rewarded Innovation Leader

What is the target audience?

  • All employees that wish to become Entrepreneurs without quitting their job

What you get with this course?

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Curriculum

Section 1: Intrapreneurship?! Isn’t this a typo?
16:14

At the end of this lecture, you will be able to distinguish between different dimensions of an Entrepreneur, Innovator, Employee or Self-Employed.

*** Be Sure to download the PDF enclosed to this lecture as this will be used for the entire section ***

08:16

After completion of this lecture, you will understand who is the typical Intrapreneur and what are his/hers characteristics.

08:20

At the end of this lecture, you will know what is the most important factor for business today, what is considered an Intrapreneurial activity and how will companies benefit from you.

07:39

After completion of this lecture, you will be able to answer the most important question "what's in it for me" (WIIFM).

11:58

In this lecture, I will give you 3 great tools to (a) better plan your promotion inside the company (b) switch your mind set to an Entrepreneurial one (c) get a direct answer if you are fit to be an Intrapreneur.

03:13

Section 1 wrap-up and what's ahead.

Section 2: Why it’s so much better to be an intrapreneur than an entrepreneur
13:56

At the end of this lecture, you will understand in which circumstances you're better off being an Intrapreneur.

*** Be Sure to download the PDF enclosed to this lecture as this will be used for the entire section ***

04:10

After completion of this lecture, you will be able to know what to look for in the company you work, that might help launching your idea.

00:37

In this lecture I go deeper with understanding why does the company's Marketing power is so important to you as an Intrapreneur.

02:06

After completion of this lecture, you will realize that without your company's back you will face a lot of difficulties getting potential customers attention.

05:47

At the end of this lecture, you will understand why it's so difficult for companies, such as the one you work for, to support employees with ideas.

10:41

This lecture will open your mind to more options of using remote parts of the company to gain more insights about your idea. You will learn that (a) using your internal network is a key to drive your idea internally, and (b) what kind of information is available to you that you never considered.

11:36

After completion of this lecture, you will understand the difference between corporate funding and Venture Capital (VC) funding. This lecture will also give you a realization when you are better off with entrepreneuring inside the company, and when you should take your idea to a VC.

04:45

At the end of working thru this exercise you will know if you are made of an Intrapreneur material!

Section 3: Got an idea? It’s ok if you don’t
07:49

At the end of this lecture, you will know what's the sweet spot when it comes to asking yourself "how do I know for sure that my idea is a good one".

*** Be Sure to download the PDF enclosed to this lecture as this will be used for the entire section ***

03:34

After completion of this lecture, you will (a) understand what is the correlation between the number of ideas you come up with and finding "the" idea, and (b) you do not have to be the inventor.

09:24

In this lecture, I will show you that (a) there are many ways to come up with ideas (b) what are my personal favoured methods.

11:15

At the end of this lecture, you will know what resources are available for you to collect ideas, and what to look for.

14:23

Congratulations! In this lecture, I will go deeper with the three components of a successful good idea. I will challenge you explore yourself for those mandatory personal ingredients that will guaranty your success.

01:57

Without sounding corny , I will make you realize if you can actually "pull it off" (launching a new product or service inside your company) without demolishing other parts of your life.

04:50

In this lecture I will use Gandhi's words to elaborate how important it is to ensure your are doing what you are doing for the right cause, before embarking on this journey of becoming an Intrapreneur.

03:47

It's time to get your hands in the dirt! This exercise will challenge you to use the key learnings from this section to find out if your idea is "the" idea!

Section 4: Planning Your NBIEB: What the hell does NBIEB means?!
05:19

At the end of this lecture, you will understand the difference between a new business and a new business inside an existing business (NBIEB).

*** Be Sure to download the PDF enclosed to this lecture as this will be used for the entire section ***

13:24

After completion of this lecture, you will know what is the real job of an Intrapreneur, as well as what does business planning is for.

10:23

At the end of this lecture, you will know (a) what are the common uses of business plans (b) what is the primary use of a business plan, and (c) what to avoid when writing it.

07:55

After completion of this lecture, you will know how to make people be interested with your vision.

07:04

At the end of this lecture, you will be able to (a) understand what does it take to get a green-light and money for your venture, and (b) what not to promise your team members.

13:43

Your idea is fragile! in this lecture I will give you insights on (a) when to share your plan (b) how long should the plan be, and (c) what's the Intrapreneur's real job.

14:54

After completion of this lecture, you will (a) know how to sell your idea, and (b) how does a typical NBIEB plan looks like.

05:54

In this lecture I will describe the steps you need to take to start building your NBIEB plan.

05:31

It's time to build it! In this exercise you will build 3 plans, one for each target audience. Between an idea and success there is hard work. So, practice!

Section 5: Protection: Choosing Your Sponsor And how much should I pay for this service?
07:08

At the end of this lecture, you will understand why it's so important to have a sponsor.

*** Be Sure to download the PDF enclosed to this lecture as this will be used for the entire section ***

02:25

In this lecture, you will realize that you can use more than one sponsor.

02:50

After completion of this lecture, you will understand if you need a mentor.

04:17

In this lecture, I will point out the most important issue while working with your sponsor. Your responsibility to make sure you follow my advise on that.

03:41

At the end of this lecture, you will know how to maximize your sponsor's value to you.

12:04

After completion of this lecture, you will know (a) what to look for in a sponsor (b) pros and cons of having the CEO as your sponsor, and (c) who could be a good sponsor.

09:48

There are many entities you need to watch out from as a newbie Intrapreneur. In this lecture I will point them out for you.

07:33

At the end of this lecture, you will know (a) what is the best way to recruit a sponsor, and (b) what are the things a sponsor is looking for in an Intrapreneur.

02:59

In this exercise you will walk the talk and take the first steps with being sponsored.

Section 6: Selling Dreams: Building Your Team
11:18

At the end of this lecture, you will (a) know what is the most sought competency by companies today, and (b) understand the difference between Intrapreneurial leadership and modern management.

*** Be Sure to download the PDF enclosed to this lecture as this will be used for the entire section ***

08:07

After completion of this lecture, you will know what Intrapreneurial leadership will demand you to do.

03:45

In this lecture, you will understand why is so important to involve your team in your vision.

12:09

At the end of this lecture, you will (a) understand the INTRApreneur spiral model (b) know what are the phases you will go thru, and (c) know when an dhow to recruit your team.

02:49

In this lecture, I will expose you to this mandatory leadership style for a successful internal venture.

08:01

After completion of this lecture, you will know how to head-hunt your team members.

02:31

In this lecture, I will ensure you will only promise your team things you will be able to deliver.

05:49

You will encounter conflicts with managing individuals that are not reporting to you directly. This lecture will show what to do when you will encounter conflicts.

07:15

After completion of this lecture, you will (a) understand what is the organizational sand-clock (b) why is this bad for you, and (c) how to slow it down.

03:11

In this exciting exercise will recruit your first informal team.

Section 7: Graduation Challenge
08:41

In this lecture I will review what we covered so far in this course.

*** Be Sure to download the PDF enclosed to this lecture as this will be used for the entire section ***

04:12

In this lecture, I will provide you with the background of the graduation challenge.

06:27

In this lecture, I will give you the rules of the game.

03:31

After completion of this graduation challenge, you will have the necessary knowledge and first hand experience with taking a real business vision and transforming it to a profitable reality.

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Instructor Biography

Noam Tamari-Wekser is an Intrapreneur, Entrepreneur, Innovation Leader, Blogger and a Lecturer with more than 20 years of professional executive management experience working for Multinational Enterprises. He is an awarded lecturer and a Key Note Speaker in leading universities and academic institutes.

A former Engineer, Noam was born to hard working, non-educated but loving parents. Far from being a good pupil in elementary school, Noam started entrepreneuring when he was only 14 years old and founded his first business when he was 16 making $ 24,000 a year! Motivated to succeed, he graduated high school and recruited into the Army to become an awarded Lieutenant Colonel. After 10 years, Noam left the Army for the high-tech private sector. He built 6 companies, numerous partnerships and created dozens of profitable internal ventures inside companies such as Oracle, Adama, HYX China, John Bryce and many more.

Now, at the age of 45, he decided to give back and enable fear-less creativity, innovation and freedom among employers, managers and employees everywhere.

Noam is an Engineer and holds a prestige MBA degree from Kellogg-Recanati institute.

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