Chris White is the managing director of the Center for Positive Organizations and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. Chris developed and co-teaches the MBA class on social intrapreneurship.
In this conversation, Chris explains social intrapreneurship - leading positive change without authority - and compares this with social movement activists. Chris talks about how organizations can create workplace environments to foster more social intrapreneurship, and where these efforts can go wrong.
Changing Your Company From the Inside Out - Chris White
Chris White’s Blog
Lift: The Fundamental State of Leadership - Ryan Quinn and Robert Quinn
Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living - Krista Tippett
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