Intrapreneurship is the application of the core principles of entrepreneurship within an existing organization. In the family business context, intrapreneurship often involves the nextgeneration implementing new and innovative ventures within the family business.
Intrapreneurship in Enterprising Families is an education program designed to provide guidance,support and tools to prepare for business renewal. Grounded in the expertise and experiences of family business owners and scholars, this course encourages dialogue and knowledge transfer between generations.
Utilizing the knowledge of the senior generation and the ideas of the next generation, the course works in three stages to promote intrapreneurship. The learning objectives are:
Explore intrapreneurship from the conceptual level by examining the organizational culture and considering where change begins.
Use a development perspective to identify and assess existing business renewal opportunities.
Apply a practical application approach to provide concrete experience in creating and presenting venture concept proposals.
Languages – English, French
The key objectives are:
Focus on adaptation, innovation and resilience by cultivating the resources of the next generation.
Develop entrepreneurial opportunities and create a roadmap to success.
Provide concrete experience in creating business venture concept proposals.
Core areas – Innovation, Value Creation, Idea Generation
This course emphasizes the benefits of cross-generational collaboration, while building awareness of potential development opportunities and providing the tools to prepare for the future.