Grow from Within: Mastering Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0071598324.jpeg 1 9780071598323 Create Business and Generate Profits in New Markets through Innovation! “The best account I have read about how companies can enable and support internal entrepreneurs to achieve innovation-led growth.” Philip Kotler, S.C. Johnson & Son Professor of International Marketing, Kellogg School of Management “An essential resource for both private and public sector leaders seeking to align new business creation with an organization’s mission and strategy . . . and achieve results.” William J. Perry, former U.S. Secretary of Defense “Wolcott and Lippitz are not only insightful, they are spot on. This is exactly the book corporate leaders—from CEOs and functional executives to corporate entrepreneurial teams—need to help them navigate the exceptional challenges of organic growth and innovation.” Betsy Holden, Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company, and former Co-CEO, Kraft Foods, Inc. About the Book: IBM reports $15 billion of annual new revenues from 22 Emerging Business Opportunities. In 2008, $4 billion in revenues from companywide innovation efforts allowed Whirlpool to maintain its top line, despite global recession and the steep drop in housing markets. A DuPont business group leader, Ellen Kullman, backed an ambitious new business creation program and later became DuPont’s CEO. Each of these companies has learned how to create new businesses on a repeatable basis. In Grow from Within, two leading scholars from the Kellogg School of Management explain how your company can discover the right approach to corporate entrepreneurship and make it profitable. Taking innovation to the next level, corporate entrepreneurship is the process of building new businesses within an established organization— new businesses that are distinct from the core company but that leverage some of its most powerful assets. Grow from Within examines: The fundamentals of designing a new business The four dominant models of corporate entrepreneurship Ways to align your innovation program with your strategy Leadership requirements for developing new businesses Innovation is critical to business success and growth, but it’s only the first step. Without strategically driven processes to turn insights into growing businesses, even the best ideas can fail. Creativity is often serendipitous; innovation management should not be. Grow from Within provides the knowledge you need to conceive and design valuable new businesses that breathe life into ideas and dramatically improve your top and bottom lines.
Grow from Within: Mastering Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Grow from Within: Mastering Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation

1st Edition
By Robert Wolcott and Michael Lippitz
ISBN10: 0071598324
ISBN13: 9780071598323
Copyright: 2010
09780071598323

Purchase Options

Students, we’re committed to providing you with high-value course solutions backed by great service and a team that cares about your success. See tabs below to explore options and pricing. Don't forget, we accept financial aid and scholarship funds in the form of credit or debit cards.

Product

Out of stock


ISBN10: 0071598324 | ISBN13: 9780071598323

Purchase

$32.00

The estimated amount of time this product will be on the market is based on a number of factors, including faculty input to instructional design and the prior revision cycle and updates to academic research-which typically results in a revision cycle ranging from every two to four years for this product. Pricing subject to change at any time.

Program Details

Introduction: Corporate Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Organic Growth
Chapter 1: Understanding Corporate Entrepreneurship
Chapter 2: New Business Design
Chapter 3: Emerging Models of Corporate Entrepreneurship
Chapter 4: Which Model of Corporate Entrepreneurship Is Right for You?
Chapter 5: Leadership from All Levels
Chapter 6: Grow from Within; Learn from Everywhere
Appendix A: Innovation Radar Concept Development Questions
Appendix B: History of Corporate Entrepreneurship