Tag: leadership

Strong Corporate Entrepreneurial Leaders embrace the new autonomy The independence and freedom being experienced by employees at this time is creating a transformation to the new way of working.  Companies are finding that strong leaders that do not fear employees being unfettered from the physical office, disengaged from office politics and...

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Change The synonyms for the verb change include “alter,” “modify,” “vary,” “transform,” “revolutionize,” “adjust,” and “amend,” expressing that change can be incremental or complete. It can imply positive or negative outcomes, dissatisfaction, fear, experimentation, or curiosity.  Change is inevitable because...

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Listen to the Podcast: Click Here Get a Free copy of the White Paper, email: sue@entrepreneurialway.net A Comprehensive Cyber Security Assessment (CCSA) studies the intersection between people, technology and (process) work, with the major aim to find areas where technology architecture and human requirements produce potential risks. The...

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“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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by Marc Gilenson Many companies have a vision statement. However, if you ask most of their employees, you will find that they don’t know the statement.  Even worse is that if you ask them how they apply the concepts in your vision statement to their everyday business life, you will get a “deer in the headlights” look!  If you...

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Why do we continue to make this mistake? Managers for decades have tried to use this concept as a motivational tool. Corporate entrepreneurs and leaders know that this does not work. It is important to understand that you do not have to use these specific words, it is the concept that we are referencing. were they really a zero Even...

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Studies have shown that the reason why people don’t offer make process improvement recommendations is the fear of the unknown.  There is fear that your ideas won’t work. That people will think you’re crazy. Fear that your reputation will be damaged. Worst fear of all is that you don’t have what it takes to make the...

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