Chapter 2: Did River City Really Need a Boy's Band?
Corporate intrapreneuring - encouraging entrepreneurs to work within the organization, rather than to strike out on their own with their innovative ideas - has become as faddish as aerobic exercise among executives who are falling all over one another in their zeal to establish skunk works and other kinds of homes for organizational mavericks.
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