One question from the exam was to explain what an intrapreneur is. I did not know this question, it most have missed us talking about it in class or any other time someone mentioned intrapreneur instead of entrepreneur…

Therefor I started googling the main differences and things entrepreneurs need to know about intrapreneurship.

While an entrepreneur should see the company as a vision from starting point to end; the intrapreneur is a facet of this broader vision. The intrapreneur works within the company to solve a specific problem. Intrapreneurs are the drivers of innovation within companies.

Like entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs take risks and find more effective ways to accomplish tasks. An intrapreneur is a skilled problem solver that can take on important tasks within a company.

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  1. I cannot remember talking about intrapreneur during the lectures/seminars but I do remember reading something about it in one of Serdar’s recommended readings and find the definition quite close to how I see myself 🙂

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