Bart Doorneweert
May 29, 2018 · 1 min read

People that feel comfortable to work in a corporate setting generally don’t do well in settings with slack in rules, and directives. They have a different mindset than what is needed for “innovation”; a mindset that optimiseses for choosing amongst a set of options handed to them, rather than for creating options. This mindset has been built up throughout their years of education, and choices they’ve made along their curriculum.

It’s not only a matter of getting a process right in the private/commercial setting, but alsoinvesting in the commons of education that will deliver another type of employee-intrapreneur. A person who has the mindset to make innovation work, even amidst a suboptimally conducive context (which is always part of reality).

    Bart Doorneweert

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