Cable Center Blog


Stories. Ideas. Trends. Here’s what intrapreneurship and innovation experts are saying.

Our dynamic industry is changing faster than ever before, and the nature of business and leadership is evolving just as fast. The Cable Center blog offers insights and guidance from innovators, intrapreneurs, and entrepreneurs to help keep us ahead of those changes. Our experts share life experiences and wisdom to inspire those who will drive what’s next in the connectivity industry.


Developing Agile Employees Who Can Thrive in the Age of VUCA

Instructor of the Intrapreneurship Academy course, Leading with Agility, and author of The Agility Shift, Dr. Pamela Meyer empowers leaders, teams, and organizations to adapt, innovate, and thrive during changing contexts for sustainable business impact.

Diane Christman Interviews LaShaun Solomon & Brenden Rowe

The Cable Center’s Diane Christman sat down with IA graduate LaShaun Solomon and her sponsor Brenden Rowe to discuss how our course Driving Innovation provides the strategic tools needed to actuate measurable impact in any department.

Here’s what’s next for The Cable Center and how we are activating our vision…

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

The expression, “May you live in interesting times,” has never hit closer to home. These past 12 months have certainly been very interesting for us all.

Cable Center Talks Building a More Agile, Intrapreneurial Industry

The Cable Center revealed a new five-year business plan Tuesday that included an expansion of its Intrapreneurship Academy. It will now offer two courses under the Academy’s umbrella: Driving Innovation and Leading with Agility.

Mavericks Lunch and Learn: Resilience and Leadership with Mike Fries

Are entrepreneurs responsible for the majority of groundbreaking innovations? Are most innovations the result of that “light-bulb” moment? Are innovators born or made?

Diane Christman Interviews LaShaun Solomon & Brenden Rowe

Diane Christman, Cable Center SVP and Chief Programs Officer, talks with Art Bell, author of memoir Constant Comedy: How I Started Comedy Central and Lost My Sense of Humor.