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Identifying entrepreneurs: the role of entrepreneurial goal intention

Research Briefing

Keywords: entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial goal intention, entrepreneurs, self-efficacy, entrepreneurial development

Being able to identify the natural entrepreneurs within an organisation can help organisations leverage an important resource. Entrepreneurship thinking skills can add tremendous value to any organisation or service and has been found to be able to increase productivity and performance, revitalise services and products, extend organisational market reach, as well as broadly develop the finances of the organisation in general.

Most recently, research and organisational attention has turned to a relatively new concept known as EI or Entrepreneurial Intention.

This research briefing is essential reading for anyone involved in entrepreneurship or developing and identifying the natural entrepreneurs in an organisation.

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