The term “entrepreneurship” was first defined by the economist Joseph Schumpeter, and its definition is utter genius: creative destruction!
Schumpeter argued that progress occurs in ‘cracks and leaps’ not “infinitesimal small steps”
Daniel Isenberg, the author of Worthless, Impossible, and Stupid, says:
Entrepreneurs are contrarian value creators. They see economic value where others see heaps of nothing.
Well, hello there, corporate disorganizer! We absolutely see potential in creative destruction, in change and renewal, even in heaps of nothing. We possess the spark, the ignition for progress ‘leaps’.
Corporate disorganizers are intrapreneurs – we create anew inside the organization what the entrepreneur might outside, in the marketplace.
Here’s to us, here’s to the disorganizers!
FOOTNOTE: Daniel Isenberg (Worthless, Impossible, and Stupid).
This Much We Know.