Change or die: what big business can learn from start-ups about internal innovation

Many articles these days discuss how startups should interact with large corporations but none discuss how corporations should interact and work with startups. Jack Welch, the Head of General Electric, formulated the #1 rule for company survival: “Change or Die” many years ago yet it is just as relevant today. There are companies that develop…

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Intrapreneurship and its Importance for Large Organizations

Though the Intrapreneurship definition is argumentative, the concept of corporate intrapreneurship is generally believed to refer to the development of new ideas that can be divided to innovative ideas types such as: Disruptive and Incremental innovation. This innovative opportunities lead directly to the improvement of organizational profitability and an enhancement of competitive position or the…

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Entrepreneurship to Combat Poverty

There are 7.5 billion people in the world today. Within the next 50 years, the population will reach over 10 billion. As the population rises exponentially, so too does poverty, unemployment, and economic stagnation. Large-scale job creation requires a great deal of capital and power, but even with these resources many efforts to combat job…

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