Sustaining corporate entrepreneurship: modelling perceived implementation and outcome comparisons at organizational and individual levels
Abstract:This paper seeks to develop an exploratory model illustrating the critical elements needed for a sustained corporate entrepreneurship. Specifically, the model integrates and extends previous models that have examined the organizational or individual components of entrepreneurial activity. The proposed model provides additional theoretical foundation emphasizing the importance of perceived implementation/output relationships at both the individual and organizational level. The perceived satisfaction of these relationships provides the basis for whether or not a corporate entrepreneurial activity will be sustained.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: May 1, 2004
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