Academic Intrapreneurs: Key Players in Finding New Funding Sources
We are all aware of entrepreneurs—people who assume risk in new business ventures. In contrast, an "intrapreneur" is one who works creatively within an institution to develop new associations and opportunities to advance institutional and individual professional development goals. The "academic intrapreneur" can be an administrator, faculty member, or staff person who seeks new resources and development opportunities to address the fiscal challenges faced by many higher education institutions.
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