Reboot Your Organization - Success Factor Intrapreneurship
Intrapreneurship is entrepreneurial and responsible thinking and action by employees in companies and institutions. Successful companies know that they have to tread unknown paths for their future success. To do this, they need innovative employees who take responsibility and reshape the future through their entrepreneurial thinking and actions - in other words, entrepreneurs within their own companies. This requires new ways of thinking in the company, new organizational and management structures and more freedom for employees. In doing so, experienced companies can learn from the dynamic innovation culture of start-ups and entrepreneurs. The SCE supports you in the (further) development of your innovation culture.
We provide intrapreneurship competencies, tools and skills for employees and support companies and organizations in building and developing their innovation culture.
With "Real Time Innovation" (RTI), the SCE has developed a holistic approach to innovation that takes account of challenges at all levels. This approach combines the promotion of entrepreneurial mindset with an understanding of dynamic transformation processes, the further development of existing corporate structures and the integration of the social and cultural eco-system. Innovation is a non-linear and dynamic process driven by employees and stakeholders.
Work together as part of your organization's cross-functional team to turn an idea into a real, prototype-based business proposition that adds tangible value to your organization. Learn how to identify new business opportunities and how to build the right business model to successfully implement innovation.
Real Time Innovation (RTI)
Teaching of our holistic RTI approach, novel methods and tools and related contexts with practical orientation and individual reflection. In this way, teams of participants can experience their own innovative corporate project within days, apply tools and learn how to integrate such processes in a corporate environment.
Entrepreneurial mindset, leadership skills, enthusiasm for a shared vision or dealing with uncertainty cannot be learned theoretically, but are acquired through personal experience. Learn the structural requirements for an entrepreneurial organization with the assumption of responsibility by employees. How do you deal with uncertainty, change, risk and failure and how can transformation processes towards more innovation be designed, including best practice examples.
Innovations are made by people, not by corporate processes. The prerequisite for sustainable innovation is an entrepreneurial organizational structure with responsible, entrepreneurial employees. Open innovation and thus cooperation and networks become key factors. Learn what constitutes a sustainable innovative corporate culture and how to establish it. To this end, we explore the organizational framework and investigate how to successfully negotiate for internal resources. We are happy to support and accompany you in the further development of your corporate culture...
Added Value for Companies
The founders and innovators in start-ups know the challenges of dynamic processes in which a business model only emerges gradually and is established in the market. Innovative companies can learn new, sometimes chaotic approaches from them. After all, it is an essential management task to leave one's own comfort zone of security, to promote the entrepreneurial creativity and mindset of employees and to adapt one's own organizational form in such a way that something new can emerge.
Benefits for Employees
You don't have to quit to take responsibility, change your industry and shape your life. Our intrapreneurship offerings are designed for employees who are open to exploring new and creative ways to fulfill their careers. You learn to view innovation as a continuous process, to see change as an opportunity, to develop new business models and to successfully implement new projects. In the process, you will create and live a new entrepreneurial corporate culture.
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Moritz Hoffmann joined the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship in the summer of 2015. First, he was responsible as a founding consultant and start-up coach for the care of various teams in the start-up league. At the end of 2017, he became head of the Academic Program for Entrepreneurship and Executive Education. He uses his own experience from founding two companies. Moritz holds a M.Sc. in Finance & Controlling at the University of Applied Sciences Munich and previously studied International Marketing (B.Sc.) at the University of Applied Sciences Pforzheim and International Business (B.A.) at the ESCEM Paris - Tours - Poitiers. In addition, he sits on the advisory board of various start-ups, is on the road as a coach of various start-up formats and supervises further projects at the SCE.
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Prof. Dr. Klaus Sailer is professor for Entrepreneurship at the Munich University of Applied Sciences and CEO of the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE). He is a co-founder and on the board of the Social Entrepreneurship Akademie and is also on the board of Munich Network. Klaus Sailer is spokesman for the think tank "Denkfabrik Gründerhochschulen"as well as part of the think tank HEInnovate.
Klaus Sailer holds a Ph.D. in physics from Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, and did his Ph.D. at the Research Center for Environment and Health. At Infineon AG, he was responsible for project management and marketing of new semiconductor technologies. In 2000, he co-founded a communication technologies company with partners in the area as its chairman. He successfully established this company as a major market player, and was able to realize his innovative ideas further with various start-up teams.
His main research topics are in innovation process, business modelling, networking, co-creation and societal innovations.
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Michael Hack, Dipl.Wirt.Ing., is head of Corporate Development at the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE).
Michael graduated as an industrial engineer from Stuttgart Media University. After many years as an entrepreneur in the printing industry, he sold his printing companies in order to look for new challenges. He is now focused on promoting education, training, innovation and entrepreneurship. In his own management consultancy for strategy and marketing, he helped young entrepreneurs and start-ups.
With publications in leading printing magazines and print media issues in the field and as an expert in strategy and marketing, he has an established reputation in the printing industry. He is also a speaker at conferences and events.
Michael's main areas of focus are the promotion of economic relationships, the sponsors and patrons of the University of Applied Sciences in Munich and the development of a new culture of education.