Intrapreneurship freedom factors
Ten characteristics (1. self-selection, 2. No hand-offs, 3. The doer decides, 4. corporate "slack", 5. end the "home run" philosophy, 6. tolerance of risk,failure and mistakes, 7. patient money, 8. freedom from turfness, 9. cross-functional teams, 10. multiple options) identified by Dr. Gordon Pinchot and elaborated upon by others that need to be present in large companies seeking to encourage and increase the level of intrapreneurship within their company.
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