By Chidomere Ndubuisi

- January 11, 2023

Dear CEO,

Have you identified the intrapreneurs in your business? Have you observed and rewarded those who take new ideas and turn them into profitable realities?

Intrapreneurial culture refers to a culture within a company that encourages and supports employees to think and act like entrepreneurs. This can involve taking risks, being innovative, and coming up with new ideas to solve problems or improve processes. Developing an intrapreneurial culture can be beneficial for a number of reasons.

First, it can lead to increased innovation and creativity within the company. When employees are encouraged to think creatively and take risks, they are more likely to come up with novel solutions to problems and generate new ideas that can drive the company forward.

Second, an intrapreneurial culture can improve employee engagement and retention. When employees feel like they have the freedom and support to be innovative and take on new challenges, they are more likely to feel motivated and invested in the company. This can lead to higher levels of job satisfaction and lower rates of turnover.

Third, an intrapreneurial culture can help a company stay competitive in a rapidly changing market. By encouraging employees to think innovatively and adapt to new circumstances, a company can stay ahead of the curve and respond quickly to changes in the market.

Overall, developing an intrapreneurial culture can be an important way for a company to foster innovation, improve employee engagement and retention, and stay competitive in a dynamic market.

Successful businesses empower their intrapreneurs to effectively run with innovative ideas. They select a good intrapreneur team for a project and trust them to creatively bring the idea to life.

In our businesses, we should recognize that everyone has the ability to be creative, just that these talents are most often buried in people by their parents, teachers, environment, or employers.

Now, it’s our duty to create an environment that encourages, natures and rewards creativity in our businesses.

When you create it, lower your status, Yes, so you don’t choke their creativity with your boss nature. Also don’t be seen always giving strong directives, instead, imagine you are simply one of the team members.

At Pamtech, we have committed, motivated, and enthusiastic intrapreneurial people who work together as a team on projects that excite them. We bring people from various disciplines, and they bring different perspectives, energies, and skills to the project.

We understand that if we don’t innovate with our intrapreneurs, our business will cease to exist as business disruption happens.

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