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About This Course:

In the era of disruptive innovation large, established companies are feeling the pressure to discover new ways to grow and innovate.

Smaller companies are known to be quick and agile when bringing new ideas to market, whereas larger companies often struggle to do this.

The Fostering Corporate Entrepreneurship Workshop helps you take an idea and develop it, evaluate it, communicate it, and find the tools to execute on it to create a new business venture inside existing organization.


What You Will Learn:

  • Discover know-hows of building new business ventures within already established corporations;

  • Learn best practices of corporate entrepreneurship from top innovative companies;

  • Understand specific challenges of launching new business ventures;

  • Be familiar with the various tools, methods, approaches, and architectures of corporate entrepreneurship;

  • Boost your ability to be entrepreneurial inside the large company: develop the language, skills, behaviors of mastering corporate entrepreneurship;

  • Learn how to become an intrapreneur and able to quickly advance an idea inside your organization, and how to overcome common obstacles;

  • Generate real value for your business, with concrete business outcomes.


Course Structure:

  • Module 1: Understanding Corporate Entrepreneurship

    • Why entrepreneurship?

    • Elements of and requirements for successful entrepreneurship in organizations.

    • Challenges of making an established company entrepreneurial

    • Making corporations more entrepreneurial and innovative: How to acquire, employ, manage innovation

  • Module 2: Becoming a Corporate Entrepreneur

    • Being a Corporate Entrepreneur

    • Developing an entrepreneurial skill set. How to become more entrepreneurial?

    • What challenges will you face?

    • Entrepreneurship and Innovation: From Idea to Opportunity

  • Moule 3: Ideation - How to Find Great Ideas

    • Accelerating Idea Generation. Tools for inventory of potential ideas

    • Presenting your idea. How to frame and present new business ventures, what makes them attractive to various corporate audiences

    • Evaluating ideas

    • Digital assets & Intellectual property

  • Module 4: Incubation - How to Develop an Idea Into Business

    • Prototyping & Design Thinking

    • A/B testing

    • Identifying target audience

    • Customer insight and solution hypothesis

    • Creating an action plan for in-market experiences

    • Identifying entry strategy

    • Know how to fail smart

    • Pivot & win

    • Preparing for launch

    • How to launch new business and merge successfully with your organization

  • Module 5: Accelerating Your New Venture

    • Executing new projects

    • Common pitfalls

    • Internal stakeholders. Navigating the corporate environment

    • How to start something radically different without "getting yourself killed in the process."

    • Key factors of Innovation proficiency

  • Module 6: Managing Intrapreneurs & Scaling Innovation

    • Managing internal entrepreneurs

    • Identifying & developing the right team for internal ventures

    • Managing internal entrepreneurs, leading a small team

    • Overcoming the obstacles of corporate entrepreneurship

    • Scaling entrepreneurship within the organization

    • Nurturing corporate entrepreneurship and creating a learning plan

    • Open Innovation and what senior managers need to do



About the Speaker:

Tatiana A. Indina

CEO, Founder - Mission 2 Mars Academy

Innovation & Technology Consultant,

Team and Leadership Coach,

Scholar, Author, Mentor

Tatiana A. Indina (Ph.D.) is an international Innovation & Leadership consultant, Executive & Team Coach, Mentor & Author.

She is a CEO of Indina-Consulting International Agency; CEO & a Founder of Silicon Valley Mentors online mentorship service.

Dr. Indina expertise includes Corporate Innovation Strategy and Innovation Management, Innovation Ecosystem Roadmapping, Organizational Change, Innovative Leadership and Innovative Culture development.

She has over 12 years of training & consulting experience assisting her clients (global corporations, government organizations, start-ups, universities and research centers) with actualizing their Innovative potential.

Her agency Indina-Consulting (international training & consulting company, based in San Francisco) provides strategic leadership and corporate innovation advisory services to organizations sized from early-stage startups to multinational corporations - to help accelerate the ways they discover and pilot innovation, design innovative strategies, develop innovative cultures, build teams and foster the new generation of innovative leaders.

Tatiana has a successful track record working with C-level executives of Fortune 500 companies across different industries - in Silicon Valley and globally. She also advises to a number Silicon Valley startups.

In 2018 Tatiana started working on Silicon Valley Mentors - an online platform that allows innovative startups and companies from all over the world to find a mentor in Silicon Valley, to help their business.

As a mentor herself, she has worked with startups and innovative companies in Eastern and Western Europe, Asia and North America. Through her project Silicon Valley Mentors she aims to empower global entrepreneurs and corporate innovators with the expertise and best practices of technology innovation from Silicon Valley.

Tatiana frequently speaks at International events and conferences & has published extensively on the topics of Startups & Innovation, Internet, and Technology, Innovative Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Organizational Change and Development. As a trainer and speaker, she is known for engaging and inspiring her audiences.

Tatiana has written 5 books and over 50 research papers. Her latest book, “CEO 2.0”, addresses the problem of developing key competencies for the next generation of leaders, that will determine their success in digital age.

An out-of-the-box thinker and an entrepreneur at heart, Tatiana says: “I am driven by the mission of helping scale innovation around the world and build new innovative eco-systems outside of Silicon Valley in which entrepreneurs and businesses can grow, succeed and make the world a better place”.


Tatiana's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatiana-indina-92787a3/

Tatiana's Twitter: https://twitter.com/TatiIndina

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