The Ireland South East Development Office (ISEDO) is a bottom-up, local authority initiative which works with leaders of the major regional industries as well as the Chief Executives of the councils of the 5 counties in the South East (Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford) and other public and private stakeholders. Its priority is to make the South East the 1st choice for business, careers, inward investment and tourists.
As part of their economic development strategy, they commissioned a study into the entrepreneurial activities in the South East of Ireland and finding ways to boost the level of intrapreneurship in the region. The study was financed by the European Commission.
The project consists of 5 levels, a baseline study (report available in the research section of this website), a study in best practice models (see research section of this website), a toolset (this website) and recommendations on policy and dissemination of the findings.
A set of experts, with both practical and academic backgrounds in innovation, entrepreneurship, strategy and intrapreneurship was commissioned to do the research and they developed an intrapreneurship index. The index is a maturity model to asses your level of intrapreneurship, linked to tools to help you improve. The aim is to make the tools and techniques of intrapreneurship as accessible a possible to SMEs in particular
Garvan, through his advisory practice ONEZERO1, works with business leaders to develop and execute ambitious transformations with particular focus on commercial, customer and cultural strategies.
Using Business Books, Future Trends, Innovation, Strategy, Intrapreneurship To Develop Compelling Business Propositions.