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121. Greg Larkin, Author of This Might Get Me Fired: A Manual for Thriving in the Corporate Entrepreneurial Underground

The Purpose-Driven Entrepreneur

https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregilarkin/ https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C9S9DBJ/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0

33mins

28 Sep 2021

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Punks, Pinstripes, and Intrapreneurship with Greg Larkin

The Bear Necessities of Entrepreneurship

Connect with Greg on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregilarkin/Buy his book: 'This Might Get Me Fired' on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/This-Might-Get-Fired-Entrepreneurial/dp/1544510713/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=This+might+get+me+fired&qid=1629903206&sr=8-1Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review.Connect with Rob: https://beacons.page/RobNapoli or on LinkedIn, www.linkedin.com/in/robnap.We have teamed up with Phin, a social impact marketing firm, to give back for each episode. To learn more, visit: https://app.phinforgood.com.

57mins

23 Sep 2021

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7: Innovation Courage with Greg Larkin

Innovation Storytellers

Irreverent. Hysterical. Brilliant. That’s how I always introduce Greg Larkin, because it only takes about 3 minutes for someone else to realize it, too. Greg and I get to the marrow of innovation with a bare bones talk about what happens when executives say they want innovation, but prize quarterly profits more. How sharing hard truths - and failures - are the job of innovators and disruptors. And a golden rule of corporate innovation - it simply will not survive or thrive without the unflinching endorsement from the top.  In this episode, you’ll hear the stories from Greg’s amazing book, “This Might Get Me Fired: A Manual for Thriving in the Corporate Entrepreneurial Underground.” And will talk about the off the wall stories that Greg has heard and used to move innovation forward.

1hr 13mins

15 Jun 2021

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Interview with Greg Larkin (Guitarist)

Southern Man, Western Town

Intro. Song by Greg Larkin. Interview with Greg Larkin. Outro--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jeff-lawrence/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeff-lawrence/support

50mins

6 Mar 2021

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#31 Greg Larkin: This Might Get Me Fired

Etch Podcast

Show notes:Greg Larkin https://www.thisisgreglarkin.com/The Etch Podcast https://www.etchuk.com/podcastIf you enjoyed the topics covered in this episode, reach out and let's have a conversation https://www.etchuk.com/horizon

37mins

27 Oct 2020

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Greg Larkin - If You're Not Pissing People Off, You're Not Innovating

Fast Forward: the Post-Pandemic Innovation Podcast

We’re kicking off the Fall, pumpkin spice season with a spicy conversation between Charlie and this week’s guest, Greg Larkin (best-Selling Author, This Might Get Me Fired, faculty at Singularity University, guest lecturer, Columbia Business School, and self-professed “innovation punk”). Warning: this conversation might piss you off and get you fired! Charlie and Greg explore the boundaries of what it means to innovate within the confines of a restrictive system (like enterprise companies) and  as an outlier, renegade entrepreneur disrupting old systems (pleasure, pain and everything in between). They discuss how the pandemic will shape the next era of disruptors and why it won’t be led by the atypical founders Silicon Valley still worships (young, college-drop out kids) and why companies will bleed the next generation of disruptive entrepreneurs from within their ranks over the next 5-10 years, during the greatest transfer of wealth in human history. They touch on how their pre-Guilliani, New York City roots and Gen-X “chip on the shoulder” attitudes proved to be crucial ingredients in learning how to embrace non-conformity at an early age and how Greg used this advantage to make bold predictions (the 2008 housing market crash), build disruptive products, and help other would-be entrepreneurs to unleash their inner-badass. ‘Nuff said. Enjoy the show! CONNECT WITH GREG Website: https://www.thisisgreglarkin.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregilarkin/ Twitter: @innovationpunk Get his book This Might Get Me Fired: https://www.thisisgreglarkin.com/book Watch Greg on our “Tech News Roundtable at BraveIT”: https://bit.ly/t25newsrt REACH OUT TO THE SHOW: Website: https://tech2025.com/fast-forward-podcast/ Twitter: @fastforward2025 Instagram: @fastforward2025 Facebook: https://bit.ly/fastforwardfacebook Email: fastforward@tech2025.com Charlie on Twitter:  @itscomplicated Charlie on Instagram:  @charlieoliverbk Charlie on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/charlieoliverny

1hr 24mins

29 Sep 2020

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Greg Larkin: If You’re Not Pissing People Off, You’re Not Innovating

Fast Forward: The Post-Pandemic Innovation Podcast

.dd “We’re in a disruption diaspora. The cost of not innovating has never been higher in human history and they’re not getting any lower.” — Greg Larkin SHOW NOTES . Greg Larkin We’re kicking off the Fall, pumpkin spice season with a spicy conversation between Charlie and this week’s guest, Greg Larkin (best-Selling Author, This Might Get Me Fired, faculty at Singularity University, guest lecturer, Columbia Business School, and self-professed “innovation punk”). Warning: this conversation might piss you off and get you fired! Charlie and Greg explore the boundaries of what it means to innovate within the confines of a restrictive system (like enterprise companies) and  as an outlier, renegade entrepreneur disrupting old systems (pleasure, pain and everything in between). They discuss how the pandemic will shape the next era of disruptors and why it won’t be led by the atypical founders Silicon Valley still worships (young, college-drop out kids) and why companies will bleed the next generation of disruptive entrepreneurs from within their ranks over the next 5-10 years, during the greatest transfer of wealth in human history. They touch on how their pre-Guilliani, New York City roots and Gen-X “chip on the shoulder” attitudes proved to be crucial ingredients in learning how to embrace non-comformity at an early age and how Greg used this advantage to make bold predictions (the 2008 housing market crash), build disruptive products, and help other would-be entrepreneurs to unleash their inner-badass. ‘Nuff said. Enjoy the show!   . CONNECT WITH GREG Website: https://www.thisisgreglarkin.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregilarkin/ Twitter: @innovationpunk Get his book This Might Get Me Fired: https://www.thisisgreglarkin.com/book Watch Greg on our “Tech News Roundtable at BraveIT”: https://bit.ly/t25newsrt REACH OUT TO THE SHOW: Website: https://tech2025.com/fast-forward-podcast/ Twitter: @fastforward2025 Instagram: @fastforward2025 Facebook: https://bit.ly/fastforwardfacebook Email: fastforward@tech2025.com Charlie on Twitter:  @itscomplicated Charlie on Instagram:  @charlieoliverbk Charlie on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/charlieoliverny

1hr 24mins

28 Sep 2020

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DEEP TALKS 06: Greg Larkin - Bestselling Author and an Expert on The Future of Work

DEEP TALKS [ENG]

Greg wrote the international best-seller “This Might Get Me Fired” which shares his experience building digital products in huge companies like Google, Bloomberg, and Uber. In 2006 Greg was the first to publicly predict the 2008 financial crisis. He is an expert on the future of work and how great entrepreneurs can fuel exponential growth in large organizations. Greg is also the co-founder of Recorp, a consulting firm which enlists exited startup founders as consulting special forces in large companies. VIDEO version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl0pAW-5ZjU

1hr 3mins

23 Oct 2019

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Thriving As An Intrapreneur with Greg Larkin and The Ideal Corporate Culture And Leaders We Need with Mike Evans

Take The Lead

The world is rapidly changing, and the corporate realm is right along with it. Every day, there are more and more reasons to question the status quo and break free from the norms that everyone is used to. Intrapreneur Greg Larkin shares the story of how he was able to foresee one of the most devastating financial crisis since the Great Depression and the backlash he received. With his book, This Might Get Me Fired, he imparts the ways a non-entrepreneur can be innovative within his or her organization. Author and speaker Mike Evans discusses the importance of being open to other perspectives, the role of feedback in cultivating the ideal corporate culture, and the dangers of complacency, citing Blockbuster, Kodak, and Nokia as examples. Mike has developed a unique perspective from over twenty years of working alongside some star-studded list of world renowned thought leaders. A lot of his work ties into of engagement, accountability, perseverance, and alignment. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Take The Lead community today: DrDianeHamilton.com Dr. Diane Hamilton Facebook Dr. Diane Hamilton Twitter Dr. Diane Hamilton LinkedIn Dr. Diane Hamilton YouTube Dr. Diane Hamilton Instagram

1hr 3mins

16 Aug 2019

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#90: Greg Larkin on Creatives as Intrapreneurs

HOW Design Live Podcast

In the latest HOW Design Live podcast episode, Ilise Benun, founder of Marketing-Mentor.com and HOW Design Live Programming Partner, talks with Greg Larkin, author of This Might Get Me Fired, about how creatives can be the change agents that help transform corporations from the inside. See Greg’s talk, “Punks & Pinstripes: The Secret Society Of Exponential Intrapreneurship,” at HOW Design Live 2019 in Chicago, May 7-10. Details at howdesignlive.com

27mins

22 Feb 2019

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