Corporate Entrepreneurial leadership

“Corporate Entrepreneurs do new things or do things that are already being done in a more efficient and mutually beneficial way. Managers and executives oversee the status quo, corporate entrepreneurs produce ideas and maintain a commitment to pursuing new opportunities, creating new units or businesses, innovativeness in products, services and...

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Technology has permeated our civilization in such a way, that living without it is what apocalyptic movies are based on.  Everything from the power grid to clean water, depends on one form of technology or another.  Machine learning, autonomous code, cognitive intelligence, and artificial intelligence combined with the accumulation of data,...

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Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeatSun Tzu 5 WAYS CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERS WIN MARKET SHARE A Corporate Entrepreneur (CE) knows when to enter, stay in or get out of a product or market.  This is easier said than done due to egos, emotions, lack of being able to see what others see, and being blind and deaf to...

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A Cultural Paradigm Shift Our modern concepts of leadership and motivation are rooted in the experience of early efforts to create large military, religious, and feudal organizations, such as the Roman Army, Catholic Church, and Kingdom of England. The primary basis for motivation in these traditional centralized, standardized, and formalized...

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Managers that use this acronym are calling you Stupid, but really, they are the Stupid ones Keep It Simple STUPID is often used by managers to tell their subordinates to get to the point. When in reality they are just lazy, terrible, lousy managers that will never be leaders. Definition of Stupid says it all Definition of stupid. (Entry...

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Does yours consider human factors and insider threats! Many companies have taken precautions against cyber-attacks. They range from technology solutions to the use of an outsourced or in-house security operations center (SOC).   An SOC is defined asa centralized function within an organization employing people, processes, and technology to...

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Human Factors...human-computer interaction...complex adaptive capabilities are as critical as technology! There needs to be a consideration of human factors, human-computer interaction (HCI), and complex adaptive capabilities (CAC), when seeking to better integrate activities directed at understanding how to gain acceptance of cyber security...

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THE S.M.A.R.T. PLATFORM The S.M.A.R.T. Platform was developed so companies will become better, help their leaders become better, run better projects, create better processes, and help every employee become better.  The S.M.A.R.T. Platform includes the three idea attributes wisdom, understanding and knowledge, while the five implementation...

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What are the drivers for collaboration? How Can Leaders Measure Collaboration? How can companies identify and measure collaboration? How can the cause and effect be quantified for its affect on ROI, innovation, process improvement and more? Real time and team-based collaboration are just two types of collaboration. Add all the types of...

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With collaboration, it is difficult to see the end from the beginning. There are so many variables involved with collaboration, which leads to multiple outcomes. Companies have weak cause and effect relationships when it comes to collaboration. A small change may make a major impact, while a company that is trying to force a major change...

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