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Title: Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs in Corporations
Authors: Anand Teltumbde
Issue/Year: Jan-2006
Section: Notes and Commentaries
Abstract: Intrapreneurship, defined as entrepreneurship within established organizations, is more important than entrepreneurship. While entrepreneurship creates organizations, it is intrapreneurship that drives them to glory. Paradoxically, corporations do not put up with their intrapreneurs as they represent disruption to their fascist culture. Nevertheless, intrapreneurs as intra-organizational revolutionaries can be found in every organization all the time. They have to pay the cost, however, for their non-conformist acts. It is rare that they survive to reach top echelons. This paper illustrates these concepts with three caselets taken from Indian organizations.
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