Google famously allows employees to use 20% of their working week in pursuit of their own ideas. There’s some debate as to whether it actually exists anymore but it would be nice to think it did once, at least.
It’s a great example of creating the kind of workplace conditions that let intrapreneurs flourish.
Intrapreneurs are at the heart of Australian Innovation
Innovation drives global economic growth1; from the industrial revolution of the 18th and 19th century via the digital revolution of the mid-20th century to the data revolution we're living through now, innovation is at the heart of every successful economy.
Since a country’s economy is a measure of its industry, it makes sense that organisations – and politicians - spend a lot of time scratching their head over ways to make business more innovative.