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Intrapreneurship is key to Organizational Development

Regardless of the ‘era’, change has generally proven to be a challenge.  Why?  It pushes one out of their comfort zone and requires ‘letting go’ of approaches that have historically proven to be successful.  We are at a stage in the organizational development process where we need to empower change agents to champion fresh perspectives.  This approach brings a significant dose of relevancy in a rapidly evolving market that necessitates a highly engaged workforce.  Intrapreneurship is a good starting point, where employees can initiate change without being asked and can come out from behind ‘skunk work projects’ to more transparently challenge existing models and undertake the new.

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