This blog called Mastermind Century Group has some really interesting things to say in this post. The title is Innovation and The Intrapreneur? NeoDeMarconian Thoughts.
In it, the author shares some perceptive insights on how it is to carry out intrapreneurial work. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:
As a leader, we cannot plan innovation so we can’t create a formal, structured plan describing exactly what results we expect. This makes innovation in a large bureaucracy extremely difficult. We have to allow for the serendipity and flexibility that make intrapreneuring work—and that includes time to think.
Have a look at the complete article for more of the author’s observations.