The New P&L TO THE POINT: Corporate Innovation, Imagination and Intrapreneurship

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Paul Spiers, Founder, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business Podcast series

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The New P&L TO THE POINT is a new weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our The New P&L weekly conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs. We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. Today, The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with innovation powerhouse, Tendayi Viki. The New P&L TO THE POINT considers the definitions of innovation and how they affect the success of it within a business; why innovation should be focused on value creation not product development; the challenges when there is no bridge between the free thinking corporate innovation lab and the business that it is doing the free thinking on behalf of; and why leaders should consider their companies as a 'portfolio' and what that means for how they align innovation, intrapreneurship and collaboration across the business.

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We believe business needs a ‘New P&L’: one that is focused as much on ‘Principles and Leadership’ as it is on ‘Profit and Loss’, because we know that if your Principles are right and aligned with your purpose, and your Leadership has clarity of vision and is strong, focused and empathetic, then your business will be in profit and not in loss in so many ways. Each week on The New P&L podcast, we interview a diverse range of entrepreneurs, business leaders and social impact investors on their views and opinions on the importance of Principles and Leadership in business, discussing how we can all work towards building more ethical, productive, collaborative and ultimately, successful and principled businesses - ones that encourage great, inspirational leaders and motivated teams.