Passionate intrapreneurs often fall into the trap of believing that the world rests on their shoulders. We need to recognize that we are part of systems much bigger than ourselves.
Brief reflections on an AI defeating an Air Force fighter pilot, and a link to a relevant short story I wrote.
As intrapreneurs we cannot wait for external forces to sweep in and rescue us; we must take responsibility for finding our own solutions.
As passionate intrapreneurs, we often feel the organization owes us something. This belief can set us up for disappointment. We must begin from a humble place of expecting nothing.
Leading change is stressful and entails fighting many battles. Sun Tzu advises generals to spend time in their temple before battle.
Nobody ever hands you a badge and tells you that you are qualified to lead change. You must choose to show up.
Conservative, stabilizing forces and innovative, disruptive forces are both critical in healthy organizations. They must work together for the good of the organization.
A link to my DIU-Ex podcast appearance, in which I discuss founding and leading Rogue Squadron.
I reflect on attending a memorial event for John Lewis in Montgomery, particularly his fondness for getting in “good trouble.”
The same passion and creativity that fuels entrepreneurs can lead us to drive positive change inside large organizations. Intrapreneurship is an important and meaningful calling.
Reflections on Sandman, Falling Upward, Let Your Life Speak, The 48 Laws of Power, Sandman,
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