- Finding your idea
- Creating an MVP
- Gaining support from leaders
- Pivoting vs. staying the course
- Intrapreneurship case studies
Skill Level Beginner
- The bigger the organization, the bigger the opportunities to make massive change. And if you have entrepreneurial aspirations, you probably see room for disruption everywhere you look. But where do you get started? Going against the grain can feel risky and be exhausting. That's why I designed this course, to give you the tools you need to innovate in a massive way, no matter where you sit in your organization. I'm Robbie Kellman Baxter, the author of The Membership Economy and an expert on new business models.
I have advised some of the world's largest companies on innovation and now I'm going to help you to figure out how to be a catalyst for change, even if you work in the most traditional of settings. Intrapreneurship is a way to be an entrepreneur on a grand scale. It can fast-track your career, tap into your creativity, and make coming to work a whole lot more fun. We've got a lot to cover, so if you're ready to learn this and more, dive into my LinkedIn Learning course, Entrepreneurship Inside a Company.