It’s not easy to stay quick, nimble and fast on your feet when you’re over 100 years old, and that’s especially true even if you’re a business. That’s why Ontario insurance company Trillium Mutual turned to the concept of ‘intrapreneurship’ to help them stay competitive.
“It’s a really different approach than corporations that have been around for a really, really long period of time have taken — just having the agility to make mistakes and move in a different way,” Tracy MacDonald, vice president of corporate services at Trillium Mutual, tells Yahoo Canada Finance. “We think that’s what’s certainly going to allow us to be nimble and change and have long-term sustainability.”
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