Research says that by 2020, 2/3rd of the Fortune 500 list will be comprised of new entrants. Every large corporation, on the current list of Fortune 500, should fear being laid off from the list in this short span of 6 years and will struggle to stay relevant. Why are the large organizations fast becoming irrelevant? When a start-up grows into a giant corporate, the entrepreneurial spirit of employees struggles for survival in the presence of a new organizational culture, studded with bulky, standardized processes. This obviously results in reduced speed of execution, lesser innovation and increased overheads. The situation is not only a loss for the company, but also for its employees who are depreciating the value of their resumes. Excellence with Intrapreneurship is the answer. The book would clearly highlight the above lose-lose situation to alert the company and its employees, and encourage them to roll-up their sleeves for embracing Intrapreneurial culture. Every CEO fears that employee(s) may not work as hard as top leadership and the best solution to this challenge is to develop a culture where every employee acts as a CEO. The roadmap of Excellence with Intrapreneurship is based on developing profound understanding of individual core values and nine core competencies of an Intrapreneur. This book uses real-time case studies and references from mythological stories to highlight each of the nine core Intraprenurial competencies. The chosen case studies focus on everyday challenges in corporate life and attempt to make cases relevant to a broader audience. At large, the book also stays away from big and famous success stories, as broader audience may appreciate them but not necessarily connect with them. This book is intended for a broad audience, from fresh recruits to senior leaders of large corporations, and self-employed professionals to new entrepreneurs. The goal is to provide insights to the current situation and derive a structured way to think, feel and act like an Intrapreneur
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