Managing Partner, Corporate Entrepreneurs
Susan Foley is the founder of Corporate Entrepreneurs LLC a management consulting firm focused on Corporate Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation Growth. As an experienced corporate entrepreneur (Intrapreneur), Susan understands the challenges of building corporate entrepreneurship as a core competency inside of an established organization. Susan has worked with a wide variety of clients across industry sectors.
Susan has spent the last twenty five years helping organizations develop new growth businesses that have generated millions. She helps them identify and develop their internal entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial leaders. Then works with them to build the infrastructure needed to support innovation inside the organization, accelerating the speed of growth.
Susan is an international speaker, the author of numerous articles and three books, Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why, Entrepreneurs Inside: Accelerating Business Growth with Corporate Entrepreneurs and Acceleration – Changing the Speed of Growth. She has been an Executive-In-Residence at Babson College and a Fellow in the Center for Innovation and Change Leadership at Suffolk University. Susan has also taught corporate entrepreneurship in a leadership program at Babson Executive Education.
Dr. Janelle (Jan) Shubert is a consultant and an academic with more than thirty years of experience in organizational development, organizational change and leadership. As a consultant, she has spent over two decades working with public and private sector, for profit and not-for-profit, domestic and multinational organizations, helping them design and manage complex organizational growth and change and develop the leadership necessary to sustain change. Over the years she has had the opportunity to work with a wide array of clients.
During 1999 to 2004 Jan was a senior member of a small boutique consulting group whose work focused on the challenges of developing and retaining talented women in the workforce and in particular the professional identity issues that women face and the role of internal and external mentoring/coaching in confronting those issues. After twelve years at Harvard University, Shubert joined Babson College’s Center for Women and Leadership in 2004, where she was the Director from 2007-2011. In addition to teaching in the MBA programs at Babson, she is also the faculty co-chair of Babson’s Executive Education program for women, Moving from Managing to Leading.