The Lean Startup was published by Eric Ries 10 years ago in 2011. How did it fare across time? In my opinion, it hasn’t aged a bit. It’s still utterly accurate, so clear-cut phrased, as illustrated by selected punchlines from the book.
The Change Maker’s Playbook: How to Seek, Seed and Scale Innovation in Any Company. Amy Radin examines thoroughly innovation through various angles, from finding, nurturing and scaling market-leading innovations.
If all innovation projects become familiar with the whole process from exploration to exploitation and scale-up, then the program can host more projects, and scale in turn: as all projects cross-fertilize, the insights of some projects benefiting to others, the whole will definitely be greater than the sum of all parts!
The intrapreneurs’ factory is a practical guide for corporate managers and intrapreneurs, which takes you through 10 shrewd steps to build a program for intrapreneurs, and let you discover over 20 exemplary intrapreneurs stories
2019 February 19th took place at Orange Gardens the first Intrapreneurship International Celebration!
Since our first article with Fly The Nest in November 2016, it has come a long way…
Though the Product/Market fit is the step that precedes scaling in B2C markets, it seems an additional step is necessary in B2B markets claims David Skok: B2B founders don’t reach consistent results when turning up on sales & marketing, and a lot of cash is burn.
There is less framework when it’s time to move your start-up to a scale-up in the corporate environment. Why not designing a canvas for scale-up, borrowing the familiar business model canvas structure?
Internal startups and corporate intrapreneurs are facing difficulties to scale, just like usual startups struggle at transforming their first customers … More