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Every Corporation Should
Be More Afraid Of Extinction
Than Change-

Every Corporation Should Be More Afraid Of Extinction Than Change-

But Few Are.

If Something’s
Worth Doing,
It’s Worth

If Something’s Worth Doing, It’s Worth Getting Fired For.

Getting
Fired For.

A company’s most talented innovators-
“corporate intrapreneurs”- often can’t break
the cycle of stale, destructive habits. Until
now.

This Might Get Me Fired provides the tools
to launch a new product in 8 weeks and
recognize when (and why) to prioritize your
product over your job. It shows
intrapreneurs how to find each other, join
together, and succeed in ways that seem
unimaginable until they are inevitable.

A company’s most talented innovators – “corporate intrapreneurs”- often can’t break the cycle of stale, destructive habits. Until now.

This Might Get Me Fired provides the tools to launch a new product in 8 weeks and recognize when (and why) to prioritize your product over your job. It shows intrapreneurs how to find each other, join together, and succeed in ways that seem unimaginable until they are inevitable.

A company’s most talented innovators – “corporate intrapreneurs” – often can’t break the cycle of stale, destructive habits. Until now.

This Might Get Me Fired provides the tools to launch a new product in 8 weeks and recognize when (and why) to prioritize your product over your job. It shows intrapreneurs how to find each other, join together, and succeed in ways that seem unimaginable until they are inevitable.

Chapter 1
The Innovation That’s Necessary Is Never Authorized
Learn the five killers of innovation and the key principles for zooming past them.
Chapter 2
If You Can’t Launch In Eight Weeks, You Never Will
The ‘cookbook’ to build and validate an innovative, new product in eight weeks.
Chapter 3
The Godfather
How to enlist the one executive who’s more afraid of extinction than change; and have them convert every other executive.
Chapter 4
The Secret Society
Awaken and activate the entrepreneurs hidden inside of every huge company.
Chapter 5
Guerilla Validation
Hunt for your most important customer and make them the boss of your product, and your company.
Chapter 6
Innovation On Tour Secretly
Some risks can’t be taken by an insider. Learn how to enlist the right consultants and avoid the wrong ones.
Chapter 7
The Right Exit (And Its Evil Twin)
Once you launch a successful product in eight weeks, unforeseen opportunities open up. Learn how to choose the right one.
Chapter 8
Courage And Risk
Behind every new, breakout product launched by a big company there’s someone who had the courage to risk losing their job.

Chapter 1
The Innovation That’s Necessary
Is Never Authorized
Learn the five killers of innovation and the
key principles for zooming past them.

Chapter 2
If You Can’t Launch In Eight
Weeks, You Never Will
The ‘cookbook’ to build and validate an
innovative, new product in eight weeks.

Chapter 3
The Godfather
How to enlist the one executive who’s more
afraid of extinction than change; and have
them convert every other executive.

Chapter 4
The Secret Society
Awaken and activate the entrepreneurs
hidden inside of every huge company.

Chapter 5
Guerilla Validation
Hunt for your most important customer and
make them the boss of your product, and
your company.

Chapter 6
Innovation On Tour Secretly
Some risks can’t be taken by an insider.
Learn how to enlist the right consultants
and avoid the wrong ones.

Chapter 7
The Right Exit (And Its Evil Twin)
Once you launch a successful product in
eight weeks, unforeseen opportunities open
up. Learn how to choose the right one.

Chapter 8
Courage And Risk
Behind every new, breakout product
launched by a big company there’s someone
who had the courage to risk losing their job.

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“This is a MUST READ. It’s an insightful and immediately practical toolkit for inventing and innovating in a large corporation. The author is candid without condemning anyone, and insightful without preaching to anyone.”

Ryan Dunn

“An excellent book on implementing change and innovation in large organizations. Larkin speaks from experience and provides savvy advice to ‘intrapreneurs’ who often must do battle with organizational gorillas to get their better ideas accepted and adopted. Full of useful war stories and helpful advice for the courageous among us who seek to bring about constructive changes in organizations. Highly recommended!.”

R. Anderson

“I love this book. Having worked at a number of large organizations in the private and public sector, Larkin provides practical insight to develop innovation and deliver real life results. It is a must read for all who value system change!”

Erin Eastwood

“The workplace has changed dramatically in the decades I have been adulting (and since adult started being used as a verb). I recently took a management position and this book is informative, entertaining and helpful as I work with a thriving retail start up. Lots of ups and downs and intuitive connections to the experiences featured here.”

Nili Yelin

“As someone who works with innovation groups at Fortune 500 companies I found many things that rang true in these pages. Larkin provides practical advice to get things made and out the door before they are strangled by legacy processes—a death knell to innovation. This Might Get Me Fired will be2018’s holiday gift to clients past and present.”

BrooklynKaiser

“Like the best of business books, Larkin tells a great story while educating and inspiring the reader. Each chapter will have you reflecting on your own career and will leave you inspired to disrupt and drive change!”

Debbie Wissel

“This is a MUST READ. It’s an insightful and immediately practical toolkit for inventing and innovating in a large corporation. The author is candid without condemning anyone, and insightful without preaching to anyone.”

Ryan Dunn

“An excellent book on implementing change and innovation in large organizations. Larkin speaks from experience and provides savvy advice to ‘intrapreneurs’ who often must do battle with organizational gorillas to get their better ideas accepted and adopted. Full of useful war stories and helpful advice for the courageous among us who seek to bring about constructive changes in organizations. Highly recommended!.”
R. Anderson
“I love this book. Having worked at a number of large organizations in the private and public sector, Larkin provides practical insight to develop innovation and deliver real life results. It is a must read for all who value system change!”
– Erin Eastwood
“The workplace has changed dramatically in the decades I have been adulting (and since adult started being used as a verb). I recently took a management position and this book is informative, entertaining and helpful as I work with a thriving retail start up. Lots of ups and downs and intuitive connections to the experiences featured here.”
– Nili Yelin
“As someone who works with innovation groups at Fortune 500 companies I found many things that rang true in these pages. Larkin provides practical advice to get things made and out the door before they are strangled by legacy processes—a death knell to innovation. This Might Get Me Fired will be2018’s holiday gift to clients past and present.”
– BrooklynKaiser
“Like the best of business books, Larkin tells a great story while educating and inspiring the reader. Each chapter will have you reflecting on your own career and will leave you inspired to disrupt and drive change!”
– Debbie Wissel