Some people say that it was the legendary management champion Peter Drucker who originally coined the term Corporate Entrepreneurship to refer to the development of new business initiatives or the creation of value within an already established company or organization. The notion involves practices such as those of a classical independent entrepreneur, but within the structure of a large company or social institution. Thus, those working in Corporate Entrepreneurship (hereinafter CE) have the task of converting an idea into a commercially profitable finished product in their organization, applying innovation and risk.
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In the two previous articles of the series that I am closing with this post, I concentrated on defining the type of start-ups and ‘grown-ups’ that I had the opportunity to get to know in Silicon Valley and which I have classified into three groups: defined business model, searching for new business model and, finally, searching for the business model.
In the first article in this series I began to dissect the type of start-ups and grown-ups which I had the opportunity to discover in Silicon Valley and I classified them into three groups: ‘defined business model’, ‘searching for new business model’ and ‘searching for the business model’. Having explained the first model in my previous article, I would like to continue this series by defining the following two.