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How CEO entrepreneurial attitudes and personality combine to improve organisational performance

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Keywords: entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial orientation, performance, personality, traits, psychological traits, performance, organisational performance, dominance, self-efficacy  A range of factors have been found to predict entrepreneurial and organisational success. Firstly, a large number of studies over the years have found that entrepreneurial orientation is a strong predictor of organisational performance and, as a result, has come under intense […]

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Identifying entrepreneurs: the role of entrepreneurial goal intention

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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 […]

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The learning orientations of successful entrepreneurs

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Keywords: learning, learning orientation, entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship is essentially a learning process. However, not all entrepreneurs learn in the same way or at the same rate, therefore, it is important to understand how successful entrepreneurs develop as learners and how learning facilitates their success. New (2019) research has conducted a series of studies to understand […]

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Increasing organisational performance through entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship mindset

Entrepreneurship and organisational performance. There is a growing amount of evidence to show that entrepreneurial qualities can boost the performance of any organisation or service, which has given rise to the idea of the intrapreneur or an individual with entrepreneurial attributes who is employed and embedded in an organisation, rather than running their own business. […]

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Can entrepreneurship training give organisations a competitive advantage?

Entrepreneurship training

How to gain a competitive edge is (or should be) the concern of many organisations. A new study looking at one factor, entrepreneurship training, wanted to test whether this will actually make a difference to the organisations level of competitive advantage.   Entrepreneurship training Entrepreneurial culture Human resources development Developing sustainable competitive advantage as a […]

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