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The INTRApreneur and The Intrapreneurialistic Workplace
Dr Irena Yashin-Shaw with Nina Sunday
In this podcast episode of ‘Manage Self, Lead Others’ Dr Irena Yashin-Shaw speaks with Nina Sunday on, ‘The Intrapreneur: How to foster an Intrapreneurial culture’, https://lnkd.in/g_RvswN
What is an intrapreneur?
Intrapreneurs ask the difficult questions. They step up and challenge the status quo.
Why the intrapreneurialism movement is important right now
How can an organization foster an intrapreneurial culture?
The importance of giving people permission to experiment, to think differently and use their creativity.
Entrapreneurs are problem solvers who are being recognized as the driving force behind innovation in organizations. Dr. Irena Yashin-Shaw is leading the charge in this new way of working. In this episode, she shares how to be an intrapreneur and how to create a culture that fosters creativity and intrapreneurialism.
On this episode, you’ll hear how Dr Irena Yashin-Shaw transitioned from a high school teacher to become Australia’s leading expert on creativity and innovation. Listen in when she discusses the strategies she uses to facilitate knowledge retention and behaviour change in the workshops.
On this episode, Dr Irena Yashin-Shaw discusses, in BizTalk with Emmanuel, Intrapreneurship. That it’s not new, and is fundamental to the success of any organisation in the world, yet still very little attention has been placed on it.
In this podcast I am in conversation with Henry Rowley from Sideways 6, a London based firm who help organisations harvest the brilliant ideas of their employees.
Some of the topics we cover are:
What does it mean to be an intrapreneur?
Am I an Intrapreneur?
What is intrapreneurialism?
Why is the rise of intrapreneurialism essential to the future of business?
And some quirky stories along the way.
My guest today says, “Intrapreneurs are the future of work, the future of talent AND the future of your organization.”
Joining me today is Dr Irena Yashin-Shaw
Irena has been a thought leader and practitioner in innovation and creativity since before they became the new workplace imperatives. With a PhD in creative problem-solving and a Masters in Adult Education, she is a rare combination of deep academic knowledge, real-world entrepreneurial experience and a dedicated educator on a mission to liberate underutilised talent in workplaces.
|What is an INTRAPRENEUR||3:00min|
|Why INTRAPRENEURS are so valuable to business||5:50min|
|Barriers to INTRAPRENEURSHIP||8:20min|
|Why NOW is the age of the INTRAPRENEUR||12:00min|
|The importance of upskilling and supporting INTRAPRENEURS||13:22min|
|What counts as INNOVATION||16:00min|
|What are the drivers of INTRAPRENEURIALISM||20:10min|
|How being an intrapreneur can prepare you for being anentrepreneur||23:16min|
|About the Australian Intrapreneurs Summit||32:00min|
|Can INTRAPRENEURIAL skills help you get a job||35:00min|
|Why INTRAPRENEURIALISM is so hot right now||37:39min|The Future of Work | Intrapreneur | Interview with Dr. Irena Yashin-Shaw
The Future of Work – Dr. Irena Yashin-Shaw reveals how leaders ignite innovation, break bureaucracy and catalyse change, and how creative and enterprising individuals – Intrapreneurs – are transforming their organisations from the inside out.
ABOUT – DR IRENA YASHIN-SHAW
Dr Irena Yashin-Shaw has been a thought leader and practitioner in the fields of innovation and creativity since before they became the new workplace imperatives.
With a PhD in creative problem-solving and a Masters in Adult Education, Dr. Irena is a rare combination of deep academic knowledge, real-world entrepreneurial experience and a dedicated educator who is on a mission to liberate underutilised talent within our workplaces.
In that capacity she works with leaders in both the public and private sector who want a critical mass of high performing, dedicated, energised employees who can help shape the future of the organisation.
Right now she is spearheading the intrapreneurialism movement in Australia by founding and organising the Australian Intrapreneurs Summit and also in her capacity as founder and editor-in-chief of Intrapreneur Magazine which launched in February 2019.
She is currently a member of the advisory board of Griffith University’s Department of Business Strategy and Innovation. Her most recent books are Leading in the Innovation Age (2016) and Intrapreneur: How leaders ignite innovation, break bureaucracy and catalyse change (2019).