In the 1980s, the organizational leadership world was introduced to the concept of the intrapreneur. Simply put, intrapreneurship is a working style that emphasizes innovation and risk-taking – traits we associate with entrepreneurs. The difference is that intrapreneurs use these skills within, and for the benefit of, an established organization. I consider myself a serial intrapreneur because I constantly look for ways to encourage innovation at every company I am in. I’ve seen time and again what giving people ownership can do for results, be it in a private company, public utility, or school district. It’s time for intrapreneurship to surge in K-12 education, and from my experience, here are four surefire ways to ignite innovation in your organization.