Staying innovative and ahead of the competition is an ever-present challenge for any business. Over the last decade, we've seen first-hand how intrapreneurship can be a powerful tool for overcoming this challenge by enabling employees to create new business ideas and solutions. However, there has been a significant development in recent years: for intrapreneurship to be truly impactful, it must be combined with venture building. This is particularly true for more radical innovations. In our latest guide, we've compiled all of our experience and learnings from creating some of Europe's biggest intrapreneurship programs with DHL, Miele and TenneT to help you go from generating ideas to launching successful ventures and even setting up your own corporate venture builder.
You must take into consideration the type of ideas within a program and think carefully about how to approach each for the best results.
In order to make your intrapreneurship program a success, it is necessary to incorporate a venture building approach to develop radical ideas.
Build your MVP outside of the corporate structure by launching spin-offs to create fertile ground for new businesses to grow.
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of study participants cited new revenue streams generation as one of the reasons to start with venture building.
of study participants have worked with external venture builders.
of study participants have established a dedicated venture building unit or team.
- Intrapreneurship programs and how they can be used to build new ventures
- The innovation matrix and why to differentiate between program ideas
- Venture building as an approach for idea development