Intrapreneurship Case Study at the Foreign Trade University (FTU), Vietnam

Students of the Creativity, Innovation and New Value course at Colorado State University discuss the popular teaching case study “Boehringer Ingelheim: Leading Innovation” (available at Harvard Business Review (HBR) and the Ivey Business School) with intrapreneur Stephan Klaschka.

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Intrapreneurship Case Study at the Foreign Trade University (FTU), 

As a cooperation between Colorado State University (CSU) and the Foreign Trade University (FTU) in Hanoi, Vietnam, FTU students are tasked to develop an opportunity in a team and conduct a feasibility analysis on the opportunity that they present to the class on June 4, 2018.

I will join the students and visiting CSU professor Robert Mitchell for a live discussion of the teaching case study Boehringer Ingelheim: Leading Innovation, which is available at Harvard Business Review (HBR) and the Ivey Business School,

In this teaching case study, the case writers Professor J. Robert Mitchell, Ph.D., and Ramasastry Chandrasekhar, of Ivey Business School, follow the footsteps of Stephan Klaschka’s intrapreneurial approach to innovation within a global pharmaceutical company (FORTUNE Global 500, Top 20 Pharma).

This intrapreneurship teaching case study is used by staff and students of Intrapreneurship and Innovation in business schools around the world. and features my career as an Intrapreneur at a major pharmaceutical company.

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Discussing HBR Intrapreneuring Case Study “Leading Innovation” at CSU

Students of the Creativity, Innovation and New Value course at Colorado State University discuss the popular teaching case study “Boehringer Ingelheim: Leading Innovation” (available at Harvard Business Review (HBR) and the Ivey Business School) with intrapreneur Stephan Klaschka.

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On April 26, 2018, students of the Creativity, Innovation and New Value course at Colorado State University discuss the popular teaching case study “Boehringer Ingelheim: Leading Innovation” (available at Harvard Business Review (HBR) and the Ivey Business School) with intrapreneur Stephan Klaschka.


The case writers Professor J. Robert Mitchell, Ph.D., and Ramasastry Ivey-logoChandrasekhar, of Ivey Business School, follow the footsteps of Stephan’s intrapreneurial approach to innovation from within a global pharmaceutical company (FORTUNE Global 500, Top 20 Pharma).  This intrapreneurship teaching case study is used by staff and students of Intrapreneurship and Innovation in business schools around the world.  It is available for download at

Intrapreneurship: Designing sustainable innovation ecosystems! – Executive Webinars in Oct/Nov 2017

Intrapreneurship: Designing sustainable innovation ecosystems! – New Executive Webinar Series in Oct/Nov 2017

Register now for my new Intrapreneurship series of Executive Webinars starting in October 2017 and powered by Ijona Skills:

  1. The Power of Intrapreneurship – an Introduction
    Online only October 18, 2017 – recording available
  2. “Where to start?” – Designing a sustainable innovation ecosystem in a large company for exponential returns
    Online only – October 31, 2017 – coming up
  3. “Against all Odds” – Implementing a sustainable innovation ecosystem in a large company
    Online only – November 15, 2017

The three webinars build upon each other and provided maximum value when attended in this sequence (they are being recorded, so no you can catch up if you missed one)

Join the Circle of Young Intrapreneurs NYC Chapter: Launch Event May 3, 2017

Circle of Young Intrapreneurs NYC Chapter

SIGN UP HERE for free tickets!

A movement designed to inspire, guide, develop & deliver purpose-driven business ideas from young social intrapreneurs inside corporate organizations globally.

We drive positive social change through business by creating a community of changemakers, supporting them with mentoring and advice from leading intrapreneurs, encouraging pan-industry collaboration to solve shared societal challenges and promote advocacy of social intrapreneurship.

Join us and make the business a force for good.

Event: Global Growth – Next Practice Strategies In Customer Experience, Talent & Transformation, Apr.6, NYC

Global CEOs, Top HR and Key Influencers share strategies

Global Growth – Next Practice Strategies In Customer Experience, Talent & Transformation (Event)

Register (at the bottom of the webpage) to join Global CEOs, Top HR and Key Influencers share strategies at the
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business 601 Lexington Ave. 26th Fl. New York, NY 10022

‘Leading in an Ambiguous World’

How to stay ahead and aligned in today’s fast changing markets, talent compression, regulatory shifts and technology disruptions. A fast paced, highly interactive collaboration among global leaders on emerging trends.

Featured presentations:

  • How to build a Global Customer & Client Centric Organization- the 8 key behavioral and operational dimensions
  • How to create a Culture that supports Innovation and Intrapreneurship
  • 2020 – The Next Practices in Global Talent Development and Mobility
  • Staying ahead of Regulatory Shifts and leveraging Technology for Operational and Market Advantage

 

Visit GACCNY’s Health Tech Insight Panel, Mar.29, NYC

The panel will cover innovations and trends in the health tech space and will feature Alex Fair, CEO of Medstartr, a leading medtech fund, accelerator and crowdfunding platform, Loren Busby, angel investor with Mid Atlantic Bio Angels, and Mette Dyhrberg, Founder of MyMee, a successful big data symptom management startup. It is an event you won’t want to miss!Wednesday, March 29, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

GACCNY’s Health Tech Insight Panel

We are excited to partner on a new collaboration with the German American Chamber of Commerce (GACC): an expert panel event focused on innovations in health-tech.GACC

The panel will cover innovations and trends in the health tech space and will feature Alex Fair, CEO of Medstartr, a leading medtech fund, accelerator and crowdfunding platform, Loren Busby, angel investor with Mid Atlantic Bio Angels, and Mette Dyhrberg, Founder of MyMee, a successful big data symptom management startup. It is an event you won’t want to miss!

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

REGISTER HERE!

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Spark Labs (Bryant Park)
25 West 39th St.
14th Floor
New York, NY 10018


Agenda
6:00pm     Registration, Networking & Snacks
6:30pm     Panel Discussion: Life Science
7:45pm     More Networking & Snacks

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VentureOut, the event organizer, is focused on enabling the world’s most promising technology organizations to launch into new markets, raise capital, and scale. Based on the philosophy that talent is evenly distributed but opportunity is not, VentureOut’s mission is to bridge that gap between the entrepreneurial talent around the world and the vast opportunities available to them in New York City & San Francisco. Through short-form strategy development and capital raising programs, VentureOut immerses the world’s most talented entrepreneurs into the US technology ecosystem, fast tracking their growth by establishing relationships with top tech influencers, investors, and new prospective clients. To date, VentureOut has supported the growth of over 500 companies (700+ entrepreneurs) from 20 different countries. VentureOut was founded by Brian Frumberg in 2012. (www.ventureoutny.com)

Apply for ASHOKA Social Intrapreneurship for Innovation in Health and Wellness 2017

Sign up for this unique professional development opportunity, where health and wellness professionals and social innovators from organizations around the world will come together to innovate in this online course.

Four years ago, I helped to launch the “Social Intrapreneurship for Innovation in Health and Wellness” program of ASHOKA in cooperation with Boehringer Ingelheim.  With overwhelming success, the program was repeated every year since 2014 and is being offered again this year from April 24 thru June 2, 2017!

Who should sign up?

Sign up for this unique professional development opportunity, where health and wellness professionals and social innovators from organizations around the world will come together to innovate in this online course.

What is Social Intrapreneuring?

Social Intrapreneurship is a methodology for cultivating and advancing social innovation within institutions by adopting agile, strategies while building essential skills such as leadership, empathy, teamwork and change-making. This 5th edition of the course is sponsored by the Making More Health initiative – creating a healthier world for individuals, families and their communities through social entrepreneurship and intrapreneurial thinking.

Where do I sign up?

Check out the course sign-up page: http://bit.ly/socintspring2017
Space is limited and based on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants will also be vetted based on criteria and fit for the course. We strongly encourage Boehringer Ingelheim employees, as well as health and wellness social entrepreneurs and professionals to apply.

Course Details
Application Opens: NOW
Application Deadline: April 13th
Course start date: April 24th
Course end date: June 2nd

Expected Time Commitment: 2-3 hr/week time-flexible, self-paced and interactive.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the course, please feel free to email the organizaers at courses@ashoka.org