Big companies that spawn their own new ventures usually fail, compared to independent tiny startups.
The world’s largest businesses can beat startups at their own game. In fact, they’ve got a mighty head start, says CEO and author Linda Yates, whose new book argues that it’s time they unleash the unicorn within.
In Linda Yates "Think like an intrapreneur" interview on Masters of Scale, she shares the imperative to inject intrapreneurial thinking into corporations and get them to disrupt, innovate, and experiment because these large-scale organizations are the ones who can solve the world’s biggest problems.
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Wildfires, melting ice sheets, extreme weather events, the United Nations’ climate change report—take your pick; the message is clear: Climate change is a global imperative that requires less discussion and more action. But what exactly is being done, and whose responsibility is it?
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Californian corporate innovation consultancy Mach49 is bolstering its presence in Europe, after seeing growing demand in the region from large companies wanting to transform and digitise in the wake of the covid pandemic.
Meeting the rising need of European corporations focused on driving growth, Mach49 expands their leadership and appoints Christian Lindener and Clare McKitrick as co-leaders for Europe, Middle East, and Africa
Mach49 names David Charpie as Chief People Officer and Co-CEO alongside Founder and CEO Linda Yates and to further expand Mach49's team and client momentum.
Author Linda Yates guides global businesses to disrupt themselves from the inside out and beat startups at their own game.
As climate change continues to impact natural resources, like water, Mach49's clients continue to find new ways to act as corporate stewards for additional climate innovation.
Mach49 appointed as a venture studio of the Corporate Venture Launchpad, a programme sponsored by the Singapore Economic Development Board