Intrapreneurship or Agile Engineering, as described by The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
A scientific approach to creating and managing startups. You’ll see how a desired product gets into customers’ hands faster. Agile teaches how to drive a startup, how to steer and turn, and when to persevere and grow a business with maximum acceleration. User stories are used to convey what the customer wants. A good story follows the format of a typical user who wants to do something to reach a desired benefit. Bill Wake, a good writer of agile thought, recommends the acronym INVEST—independent, negotiable, valuable, estimable, small, and testable. The best example of agile development is the story of Uber. Agile engineering planning is adaptive, improvements are continuous, and changes are made rapidly. It was developed in the 1990s as an improvement over the slower “waterfall-oriented” (sequential design) method. It responds to change instead of following a plan, collaborates with customers rather than negotiates a contract, and stresses individual interaction over process and tools.