Founder of GII and Intrapreneur Magazine Dr. Irena Yashin-Shaw interviews movers and shakers in the intrapreneurialism movement. Receive powerful insights from people who are leading this new way of working.

Christina Bradley TAFE QLD

Christina Bradley TAFE QLD

Guest Bio:

This is an interview with Christina Bradley who is a project officer with TAFE Queensland.

Synopsis:

This is an interview with Christina Bradley who is a project officer with TAFE Queensland.

Hary Kapota

Hary Kapota

Guest Bio:

Hary Kapota is commercial director for L’Oreal, Jakarta and is an experienced intrapreneur.

Yusuf Mutamba

Yusuf Mutamba

Guest Bio:

Yusuf Mutamba an attorney with over 10 years of extensive experience in intellectual property law and management. He is the innovation manager at The Innovation Village (TIV) in Kampala, Uganda. This is a one-stop innovation community for startups, global players, local corporates and investors in Uganda.  Yusuf’s work revolves around initiating, structuring and delivering innovation projects that span different sectors. He is also a member of the Global Intrapreneurs Institute.

Louise Kyhl Triolo

Louise Kyhl Triolo

Guest Bio:

Louise is the Vice President of Intrapreneurial culture at Airbus, a global aerospace company based in Toulouse France with a workforce of over 135,000 people around the world.

David Gram

David Gram

Guest Bio:

Based in Silkeborg Denmark, David is the unofficial intrapreneur-in-residence for LEGO and the founder of the company, Diplomatic Rebels.

Gifford Pinchot the 3rd

Gifford Pinchot the 3rd

Guest Bio:

Gifford is the Godfather of the intrapreneurialism movement having coined the term over 35 years ago. He is the co-founder of the Bainbridge Institute (the first school to offer an MBA in Sustainable Business), co-founder of the consulting firm Pinchot and company that has served over half of the world’s fortune 100 companies and many other companies helping to launch over 800 new products and new businesses, recipient of the Olympus Lifetime Education Award and best-selling author of the book “Intrapreneuring: Why You Don’t Have to Leave the Corporation to Become an Entrepreneur”. The book was a NY Times bestseller and was published in 15 languages. With this list of achievements, it is easy to see why Gifford has been named among the top 20 leadership thinkers in the world.

Leanne Kemp

Leanne Kemp

Guest Bio:

Leanne is Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of a leading emerging technology enterprise. Her leadership role in technology has been recognised, winning awards including the 2018 Advance Australia Award, Innovator of the Year 2018 at the Women in IT Awards (London) as well as being named in UK Business Insider’s 26 Coolest Women in UK Tech 2016. Leanne was named Brummell Magazine’s Top 30 Female Innovators 2016 and is also an IBM Champion for 2018. Leanne is an appointed member of the World Economic Forum’s Blockchain Council and a Co-Chair for the World Trade Board’s Sustainable Trade Action Group and is on the IBM Blockchain Platform Board of Advisors.