Being an intrapreneur can help you exercise your entrepreneurial spirit, increase job satisfaction, break into new leadership roles, and potentially earn more money without the inherent risks of entrepreneurship. Companies and organizations need this spirit and drive to foster new ideas, create new products, and spearhead innovations.
The next step from here is to start doing things at work that help take your organization to the next level in terms of innovativeness, creativity, and industry leadership. I wrote about five ways you can become an intrapreneur in a guest article for Wired. I'll point you to the article to pick up from here. You'll find ways to carve a stronger leadership position in your company; tap your creative side; and be able to work on bigger, more interesting projects. What would you add to the list?
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