I’ve found that the intrapreneurs we’ve “uncovered” often get the best of both worlds by staying Intra – and they seem to know how good they have it. They get to experiment in a safe environment. They get praise and camaraderie; I find that most of [our company’s]Entres find it a fairly lonely world – usually being a startup of one. They don’t have to raise capital. Starvation or living on the street are not part of the risk of failure.
Founder/CEO, Bike manufacturing co.