Happy People, Happy Customers, Many Happy Returns: Building a Culture of Intrapreneurship

With the pace of technological change growing ever faster, Spyder Works CEO Ken Tencer says that there has never been a more important time for businesses of all sizes to generate ideas and continuously explore opportunities for growth.

As he will share with those attending the World Innovation Convention in Berlin this December, Ken believes that the practice of generating and implementing new ideas from within a business – known as “intrapreneurship” – is frequently underappreciated by those in corporate management, despite the impressive results this approach has yielded over the years for firms like American Airlines, LinkedIn, DreamWorks and Adobe. Intrapreneurship not only serves as an innovation catalyst in its own right, but it creates a culture of innovation by helping to attract, engage and retain top talent – heralded by Ken as a driving force behind repeatable and sustainable innovation.

According to Ken – as many of the world’s successful and enduring organizations have discovered – some of the most promising new ideas for growth come from within, from those in constant touch with customers and their changing needs.

Don’t miss this keynote as he will draw insights on intrapreneurship from his highly anticipated third book set to close the loop between insightful team building, customer experience and in-market success – Happy People, Happy Customers: Many Happy Returns.

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