Please respond to the following: Discuss whether the term "corporate entrepreneurship" is an oxymoron. Can corporations—especially large ones—be innovative? Support your answer with examples. Use the Internet to find an example of two corporate innovations—one brought about through autonomous strategic behavior and one developed through induced strategic behavior. Which innovation seems to hold the most promise for commercial success, and why? Be sure to respond to at least one of your classmates’ posts. Respond to this classmate below (Tony): Hello professor and class, Entrepreneurship inside of established organizations is called Corporate Entrepreneurship or Intrapreneurship. Corporate Entrepreneurship (Intrapreneurship) is a process used to develop new businesses, products, services or processes inside of an existing organization to create value and generate new revenue growth through entrepreneurial thought and action. My hypothesis is that a big company like Apple can be innovative. Due to the supply and demand of the company it has a strategic competition that will lead it to be successful with innovation. The companies I chose is samsung and nestle, two of the biggest innovative companies. Samsung-As one of the world’s leading technology companies, Samsung is widely recognized as one of the most innovative conglomerates on earth and are a great open innovation example. Their innovation management strategy entails deploying an experienced ‘creative elite’ to take the lead with new projects, ensuring they are primed to incorporate the best-practices and yield maximum KPI. Samsung being the more strategic company sticking to the base strategies. Nestle-Nestlé has adopted a two-pronged approach to drive growth via internal and external innovation. In 2014, the industry giant used Qmarkets innovation software to launch the ‘InGenius’ global innovation accelerator – designed to enable Nestlé employees to collaborate and provide solutions for business challenges, without being hindered by geographical or language barriers. I feel like nestle is the more of Autonomous strategic behavior, because they have adopted two- pronged approach. Overall I feel like both companies uses wo different strategies but to a point where they work for them indepenently and succesfully for the long haul for business.