ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT IN THE ENTERPRISE PODCAST

Join us as we interview leaders responsible for igniting and scaling entrepreneurial action within their organizations so that you can drive the change your organization needs.

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Ending Hunger using Lean Innovation with Vanessa Moore from the San Diego Food Bank

In today’s episode, we’re really excited to have Vanessa Moore, the VP of Programs and Operations at the San Diego Food Bank. They’re striving to end hunger and serve over 370,000 individuals every month.

Not too long ago they went through one of our Lean Innovation Bootcamps tailored for Non-Profit and Social Impact organizations. As a result, they reinvented their volunteer program to better serve their stakeholders, and have changed the way the organization functions when it comes to creating new value.

Also, we’re lucky to have my co-host, Amelia Klawon, one of the leaders of our Non-Profit and Social Impact organization programs and services.

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Innovation within Compliance Departments and Legal Services with Stephen Poor

As an intrapreneur, dealing with compliance can certainly be a hurdle to overcome. In today’s episode, Moves the Needle CEO Brant Cooper and I are excited to have Stephen Poor talk about how compliance departments can better enable innovation and how law firms can be more innovative. Stephen is the Chairman of Seyfarth Shaw, an international law firm comprised of over 900 lawyers. Whether you’re a lawyer or an intrapreneur, you’re in for a treat.

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Innovation Practices within a $20 Billion Defense Company

In the episode we dive into how they’ve organized their innovation strategy into 4 operational buckets and how they not only identify new products, but innovate on the core business. We also talk about how they have done a fantastic job getting rid of the distance between the end customer and new product development teams amongst other things.

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Recruiting and Retaining Millennial Talent

Millennials play a vital part in the workforce of today and tomorrow. Yet per HBR's article, What Do Millennials Really Want at Work? The Same Things the Rest of Us Do, ‘it’s likely that companies pursuing millennial-specific employee engagement strategies are wasting time, focus, and money'.

This episode features a recording from a live webcast discussion between Aaron Eden and Marilyn Gorman!

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