Below we present our world-class “Masterclasses”.

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TitleGuest PresenterPresenter BioMasterclass SynopsisMinutes
Coming Soon – The Holy Grail of Business: Creating a corporate culture of intrapreneurialism

Anne Arneby

CEO Nordic Morning Group. Sweden.

Anne has had a long history in driving change and innovation in a wide range of industries. In her current role as CEO of Nordic Morning Group in Sweden and Finland, she is actively building and sustaining a culture and legacy of intrapreneurialism in the organisation as she sees intrapreneurship as essential to business success.

Anne’s shares her perspective on how to be a successful intrapreneur and the key elements for creating a corporate culture and legacy of intrapreneurialism

Driving Innovation from Within
Driving Innovation from Within

Kaihan Krippendorf

Global Innovation and Strategy Thought Leader.

Best selling author.

Kaihan has been hailed by the prestigious Thinkers50 Radar Group as among the top 30 management thinkers globally, in the top 8 most influential innovation thought leaders in the world and the number 1 Global Business Strategy thought leader – which is what his Doctorate is in. He shares his leading edge thinking with business faculties across the US and internationally and sits on numerous advisory boards. He began his career at McKinsey and Co, before founding his company called OUTTHINKER which is a consulting firm dedicated to helping organisations prepare to thrive in an agile, digital and purpose-driven world. In this capacity he works across all sectors from large fortune 500 companies to higher education institutions to technology companies. He is the author of 5 books with the most recent Driving Innovation from Within: A guide for internal entrepreneurs nominated for the prestigious EDISON AWARD.

What is strategy and how to use it to deliver competitive advantage by placing PEOPLE at the core. How is the character of the intrapreneur different to the character of the entrepreneur. The seven components of the framework for internal innovation. How intrapreneurs can navigate the internal politics of large organisations to bring their intrapreneurial initiatives to fruition.

Developing an Intrapreneurial Mindset Today to Lead the Workforce of Tomorrow
Developing an Intrapreneurial Mindset Today to Lead the Workforce of Tomorrow

Jim Link.

Chief Human Resources Officer Randstad North America.

Randstad is one of the leading recruitment firms in the world representing more than 90 percent of the global HR services market. In his role as head of HR, Jim oversees Randstad’s human capital strategy, including organizational design, talent acquisition and employee relations while managing the company’s HR initiatives for over 125,000 employees. He has been named HR executive of the year in the American business awards, is a designated Senior Certified Professional by the Society for Human Resources Management and is a regular contributor to high-profile publications such as Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, HR Magazine and Intrapreneur Magazine.

What does intrapreneurship look like in the new landscape of a COVID and POST-COVID world. Agility through a pandemic lens. How to recruit talent in the new normal. AI as an employee in the new normal. How innovative leadership attracts innovative talent.

The Role of Intrapreneurs in a Post-Covid World
The Role of Intrapreneurs in a Post-Covid World

Gareth Bullen.

Practising Professor of Intrapreneurship London Centre for Executive Excellence.


Gareth is a global thought leader in the field of intrapreneurialism, He has worked with senior leaders and board directors across various sectors in the UK and internationally and has been successful in winning numerous national awards with clients for customer excellence, learning and development and employee engagement.

How intrapreneurs help bring purpose and vision to organisations in uncertain times. Using the talent, diversity and perspectives of the multigenerational workforce to energise the workplaces of the fourth industrial revolution. Characteristics of intrapreneurial leaders

Moonshot: The importance of audacious goals
Moonshot: The importance of audacious goals

Dr. Tara Rutley.

Associate Chief Scientist at NASA

Tara’s role consists of representing and communicating all research happening on the International Space Station (ISS) and supporting NASA’s Chief Scientist in developing research recommendations to NASA Headquarters. Combining her love for Biology and human spaceflight, she pursued her BS degree in Biology and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado State University. Upon completion of her MS degree, she came to work for NASA at the Johnson Space Center in 2001 where she began her career as a biomedical engineer for the medical equipment and human research hardware used on the ISS. While working as an engineer, she concurrently pursued her PhD in Neuroscience and then joined the ISS Program Science Office, where she spent over a decade playing an active role in ISS science activities, before moving to NASA Headquarters in 2019.

Find out how big, bold audacious goals help us to unlock our potential as intrapreneurs? The role of intrapreneurial leaders in transforming culture, vision and legacy. Gain exclusive insights into how NASA has become one of the most innovative organisations in the world. Dr Tara Ruttley, intrapreneur extraordinaire, takes us to the moon in real-time to experience the suspenseful, nail-biting moments and seconds immediately before the moon landing from a rarely seen perspective. Find out the plans NASA has for the next human moon mission in 2024 and the future of the International Space Station illustrated with wonderful NASA visuals.


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