Module 1: What Is An Intrapreneur? 14:30
There’s nothing wrong with being an employee who simply does your job. But if you have a desire to do more, lead more, and benefit more at work, you might just be an intrapreneur. Find out if that’s the case in this module.
Module 2: Pinchot’s Commandments 9:45
Always remember: Intrapreneurs take ownership. They have a vision and lead to make it happen. If you like the idea of being an intrapreneur, this module will start to show you how to go about it with a series of commandments to operate by.
Module 3: Intrapreneurship Vs. Entrepreneurship 8:41
Although entrepreneurship is great, it isn’t always for everyone. Some people are better in an established organization. As an intrapreneur, you can bring your ideas to fruition faster because you have quicker access to resources and capital. In this model, you’ll see which is best for you.
Module 4: 3-Step Framework To Becoming An Intrapreneur 8:55
You can take an intrapreneurial approach to just about any need and solution. This new way of thinking can feel intimidating at first, but once you’ve watched this module, you’ll complete a three step framework that will change your mindset and your approach to everything you touch.
Module 5: Get Support For Your Ideas 8:24
Becoming an intrapreneur is a struggle if you don’t know how to approach it. In order to get your idea off the ground, you need to bring other people on board. In this module, you’ll discover how to approach the decision-makers the RIGHT way so your ideas get the green light.
Module 6: Finding The Right Fit 12:02
What if you think your employer WON’T be on board with this? That’s ok - some companies aren’t conducive to intrapreneurship. In Module 6, you’ll learn how to look for companies that support your goals both personally and professionally, so you can find the perfect fit for you.
Module 7: Case Study: Ken Kutaragi 7:50
If you want to be an intrapreneur, you should constantly be learning, especially from people who’ve been where you are. This module introduces you to Ken Kutaragi, one of the most wildly successful intrapreneurs ever. Draw inspiration from his story and see just how lucrative this path can be.
Content Director at Lurn, Inc.
Andrew took a different path to success online. He started a freelance writing company from his dorm room and for the next 5 years was the man behind the curtain of some of the most successful programs in the history of online marketing. As the Content Director of Lurn, Andrew brings a wealth of experience in market research, product development, funnel design and promotional strategies.