Innovation & Intrapreneurship

Innovation & Intrapreneurship

Intrapreneurship is about encouraging leaders to think and act like entrepreneurs within the organization. It creates feeling of ownership and empowerment. This, coupled with the culture of innovation, can build an organization that is agile, focused and flexible. Such leaders think differently and strives to excel in finding innovative solutions. Koinvent’s framework based on the three most important elements – Business, Customer and Digital Technology (BCD) helps building the innovative and intrapreneurial mindset for the leaders.

Building Intrapreneurial Culture

A program to build empowered and agile leadership

With everchanging customer expectations, lightning speed of technology advancement and competition coming from unexpected players, the conventional command and control model is obsolete. To sustain and grow, it’s become imperative that the leaders must think and act like entrepreneurs. Our program help building the spirit of entrepreneurship within the organization by creating intrapreneurial mindset among the leaders.

Target Participants
CxOs, function heads, senior leaders in customer facing roles.

Design Thinking and Innovation

A workshop for product and process designers and practitioners

This two-day workshop is designed to cover concepts, processes and applications of design thinking. It focuses on how design thinking can be used by organizations for innovation and problem solving. The emphasis is on ‘learning by doing’ through activities that help explain the structured approach to design thinking. Applying design thinking to real life business problems is covered during captive workshops.

Target Participants
These sessions are useful for all associates involved in defining product/service requirements, designing, quality control, policy and process definitions etc. for all types of functions and industries.

Leveraging Start-ups for Innovation

Collaborating with start-up ecosystem to create innovative solutions. Fast.

Many large organizations find it difficult to build agility and innovation culture within the organization. Start-up ecosystem offers collaboration opportunities for building solutions quickly and taking them to the markets. This program offered by Koinvent helps participants to understand start-up culture and working with them to create win-win situation. Koinvent also provides handholding options to implement Action Learning Projects.

Target Participants
Functional heads, product and program managers, design leads, SCM managers.

PoC Journey – From Ideas to Scale

A program designed to positively impact business growth

Every forward looking organization has “Proof-of-Concept (PoC)” projects. A lot of energy, time, and resources are expended on such projects. However, decision makers and business leaders complain about the lack of impact of such efforts on business topline and bottomline.

Designed and taught by experienced industry professionals, this program takes the participants on a journey from PoC to scaling up. They learn best practices on generating useful “concepts”, how to evaluate those and make sure they fit in the operating business processes. The participants will also learn what constitutes a reasonable “proof”, and how to build, refine, and develop a pipeline of ideas. The program will also cover the dangers of “death by PoCs”, and important considerations in successful scaling up of ideas to achieve business impact.

Target Participants
Senior managers, Program Managers from R&D, Engineering, Manufacturing Sourdesign-thinking-facilitator-trainingcing etc.

Building and Sustaining Excellence


Today, leaders and managers must find ways to adapt with the rapid changes in the external environment. Unpredictable changes in the environment make meeting and sustaining their short-term and long-term objectives challenging. This workshop on Building and sustaining excellence, help participants understand an excellence journey, Critical elements of excellence for your organization, Stages of excellence and how to pursue them and how to achieve balance between the short-term and the long-term sustenance

Target Participants
Senior Managers, leaders, business unit heads with significant operational responsibilities.