Corporate Strategy and Entrepreneurship
Dominant Logic refers to the way in which managers conceptualize the business and make critical resource allocation decisions. The dominant logic that is optimal for the firm in today’s environment may well be inappropriate for the environment that will exist five years hence. As dominant logic, entrepreneurship promotes strategic agility, flexibility, creativity, and continuous innovation throughout the […]
Levels of Entrepreneurship in Organizations: Entrepreneurial Intensity
Exploring the Dimensions of Entrepreneurship
Constraints on Entrepreneurial Performance
The pursuit of entrepreneurship within a company creates new and potentially complex sets of challenges on both theoretical and practical levels.
Human Resources and the Entrepreneurial Organization: The Organizational Perspective
A firm’s human resource management is more strategic in its approach compared to the traditional personnel function.
Introduction to Industry Analysis
Common shares represent an ownership interest in a company and are the predominant type of equity security. Common shareholders share participate in the governance process through voting rights. Companies may choose to pay out some or all of their net income in the form of cash dividends to common shareholders, but they are not contractually […]