Scaling.NYC 5.0: Harnessing Entrepreneurship Within Your Company
Today’s leading businesses credit innovation as the only sustainable competitive advantage, which rewards entrepreneurial contributions and disruptive thinking. Traditionally speaking, entrepreneurship is associated with startups and new ventures, though established corporations have been long-known to try and harness entrepreneurship within their enterprise to cultivate new products, go-to-market strategies, and so on. Most recently, many leaders have observed a growing tendency for employees to pursue their own side projects outside of the workplace, as entrepreneurship is increasingly emphasized as a core cultural value in today’s society.
- How should we define entrepreneurship and the character traits of entrepreneurs?
- How can leaders cultivate entrepreneurial spirit within their companies to engage and motivate employees, and ultimately, capture the value created from these initiatives?
- How can entrepreneurs act on their ideas within the structures of their organization?
Join us to learn from thought leaders as we discuss these dynamics in the context of scaling companies and explore frameworks for adopting initiatives meant to unleash the entrepreneurs among you.
ScalingNYC 4.0: The Value Exchange - An Organization & Their People
As we’ve learned from previous panels, scaling organizations wrestle with the topic of talent every day, given their people are the sources of competitive advantage, while being their biggest expense. Like any intangible asset, people are incredibly difficult to quantify and their value typically varies over time.
In an effort to measure and drive the contribution and engagement of employees, business leaders now rely on frameworks like Employee Lifetime Value (ELTV). On the other side of the equation, Employer Value Propositions (EVP), are aiding employers as they attempt to articulate the value their organization provides their employees...