Everyone wants to be an entrepreneur and drive ‘social change’. But surely, that can’t be the only way to make an impact. Rashmi Bansal comes to the rescue for people with the proverbial 9-5 jobs. What if you too could do things entrepreneurs do within the scope of your job? Shine Bright tells you that it is possible.
Disruption technology has been the order of the day, with traditional business models being challenged and competition emerging as we talk. To remain a market leader and influencer, it is important to keep innovating while at work – to think and act like an entrepreneur.
“When you think and act like an entrepreneur within the ambit of a job you become an intrapreneur. This means taking ownership and working with passion and purpose. Not being happy with just a pay check or maintaining the status quo. Above all, an intrapreneur has a problem-solving mindset and is not afraid to think out of the box.”, Bansal said in an interview to She The People.
So all of you who believe are ‘stuck’ in a job and waiting to ‘break free’ – Shine Bright chronicles the journeys of ‘intrapreneurs’ who will prove that you don’t have to start a business to become an agent of change. You can create an impact wherever and whoever you are.
Includes chapters on:
R. Mukundan, Tata Chemicals
Vineet Gautam, Bestseller India (Vero Moda, Jack & Jones)
Manu Jain, Xiaomi, India
Amitabh Kant, NITI Aayog
Nitin Paranjpe, Unilever
Pawan Goenka, Mahindra Auto
Chitra Gupta, Principal, Zeenat Mahal Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya No. 2
Harsh Bhanwala, NABARD
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