Executive Briefings

Intrapreneurs: How Do You Know When Your Idea's Got Legs?

What exactly constitutes a big idea? Rio Tinto CFO, Chris Lynch, believes that a big idea is defined as something that challenges the status quo. It's got to be an idea that forces people within your organisation to think differently. Of course, this will only come about if the organisation and its employees are thinking differently in the first place and in a work environment that encourages it. The right big ideas can lead to enormous differences in company output.

But how do you know when it's worth investing time, and money, into someone's idea and what can the biggest companies do to encourage and motivate their employees to think big.

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What exactly constitutes a big idea? Rio Tinto CFO, Chris Lynch, believes that a big idea is defined as something that challenges the status quo. It's got to be an idea that forces people within your organisation to think differently. Of course, this will only come about if the organisation and its employees are thinking differently in the first place and in a work environment that encourages it. The right big ideas can lead to enormous differences in company output.

But how do you know when it's worth investing time, and money, into someone's idea and what can the biggest companies do to encourage and motivate their employees to think big.

Read more here