• 3 Insights from an Idea Generation Program that Actually Works!

    Driving Innovation: Investing in People and Process

    As instructor of our Intrapreneurship Academy course, Driving Innovation, Robyn Bolton is our in-house expert on all things innovation and intrapreneurship. Since 2017, Robyn has been teaching Driving Innovation participants the process of innovation, cultivating the skills and mindset needed for them to effectively innovate from within.

  • Developing Agile Employees Who Can Thrive in the Age of VUCA

    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.

  • Driving Innovation: Investing in People and Process

    Driving Innovation: Investing in People and Process

    The pandemic has changed many things in the world of work, and the Intrapreneurship Academy at The Cable Center, in partnership with C2HR, was interested in understanding the 2021 priorities of human resources (HR) professionals across the connectivity industry. The HR Priorities Survey was conducted in the first quarter of 2021.

  • Translating Agility Practices into Results

    Translating Agility Practices into Results

    Cultures that support agility see business practices and results that translate into more market share, more profitability, bigger retention of customers, reduced time to market, and the ability to retain top talent – which is critical in the midst of a very competitive market.

  • Why Falling in Love with Your Ideas Kills Innovation

    Driving Innovation: Investing in People and Process

    Problem-solving is a valuable skill. But is it as valuable as problem-questioningin today’s work landscape? Robyn Bolton, innovation expert and designer and leader of Intrapreneurship Academy’s Driving Innovation course, unpacks the traditional workplace paradigm of “falling in love with a solution” instead of with a problem — and why a shift in mindset and approach are key to successful innovation.