To become more entrepreneurial, organisations need to generate, develop, and support a range of new venture projects. For this, established structures and approaches to evaluation, selection, and resource allocation are not fit for purpose with their emphasis on hard financial metrics. The 'valley of death' thus looms large - it separates speculative ideas from viable business opportunities. Crossing the valley calls for different ways of thinking, acting, and organising.
In this two-day programme, you will explore and deploy key principles to enable, support, and sustain entrepreneurship within your organisation. In particular, the programme will focus on:
- Approaching new venture initiatives in terms of flexibility, affordability, design, and learning
- Developing a milestone-driven funding strategy
- Developing strategic context for entrepreneurship in terms of structures and incentives