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    1. How to Make Innovation Stick

      How to Make Innovation Stick

      Here's a thoroughly interesting article from the Stanford Social Innovation Review that we just couldn't help but share. It's called A Guide for Intrapreneurs and it shares an interesting excerpt from Driving Innovation From Within: A Guide for Internal Entrepreneurs.

      Kaihan Kirppendorff shares some really interesting ideas. Here's one that we thought was incredibly thought-provoking:

      The second chapter of the entrepreneurial hero story has the entrepreneur working alone or with a small team to develop the idea. Actually, only seven of the thirty were developed this way. Most transformative innovations come to life when a larger ...

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    2. Steps These Companies Took to Be Able to Produce Social Intrapreneurs From Their Ranks

      Steps These Companies Took to Be Able to Produce Social Intrapreneurs From Their Ranks

      These companies have thriving social intrapreneurship programs that we thought we would share through this article. It's published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.

      There are some really interesting perspectives here that we thought our readers ought to know about. Here's one of the most thought-provoking ones:

      Internal stakeholder engagement both wins investment and assembles the capabilities to get an intrapreneurial venture off the ground. Staff associated with Pearson’s Tomorrow’s Markets Incubator, CEMEX’s Growing platform, and Barclays’ Social Innovation Facility all help their intrapreneurial colleagues reach and influence decision-makers within their own companies, and find ...

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    3. Is Pro-Social Investing a Paradox?

      Is Pro-Social Investing a Paradox?

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Stanford Social Innovation Review. It’s titled The Paradox of Socially Responsible Investing. 

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy: 

      As financial logic overtakes a country’s economy, the number of socially responsible funds founded first expands, and then contracts, in an inverse-U-shaped pattern. That’s in part because of competing organizing principles among those with pro-social ends, such as “unions, religion, and green political parties,” and those with financial ends. Paradoxically, financialization provides not only the means for creating SRI but also the ...

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    4. What You Need to Know About Innovation

      What You Need to Know About Innovation

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Stanford Social Innovation Review. It’s called A Guide for Intrapreneurs.

      In it, the author of Driving Innovation from Within, Kaihan Krippendorff offers some interesting perspectives on intrapreneurialism. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Among the many advantages of innovation from within a company is the reciprocal relationship to scale. Being an innovator working from within an established organization can enable you to scale more quickly. And growing in scale makes more innovation possible.

      To find out more about these ideas, look into the rest of this insightful ...

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