Corporate Entrepreneurship Vol: 7


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9780762311040
Published:
18 Jun 2004
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
244 pages - 152 x 229 x 24mm
Series:
Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth

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With an established body of literature on innovation and corporate entrepreneurship, this volume of "Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth" turns to some of the leading and most promising scholars in the field to map out where we have been and provide some direction on where scholarship on this topic should proceed in the future. Topics include: a review of theory, research, and practice on corporate entrepreneurship and the behavior of managers; the central problems of managing innovation and corporate entrepreneurship and the central problems of longitudinal research on the topic; the different theoretical lens for investigating corporate entrepreneurship and the resulting research possibilities; a general systems perspective for exploring the relationship among strategy-structure-performance and corporate entrepreneurship; and international corporate entrepreneurship in terms of a knowledge-based source of competitive advantage and implications for a model of human resource management. This volume also continues the discussion of previous volumes with a provocative discussion of how to advance the field of entrepreneurship by Bill Gartner and a commentary and response to work on a signal detection theory approach to entrepreneurship.
An Introduction to the topic of Corporate Entrepreneurship; Corporate entrepreneurship behavior among managers: A review of theory, research, and practice; Central Problems in Managing Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship; The relevance of theories of change for corporate entrepreneurship scholars; Equifinality, corporate entrepreneurship, and strategy-structure performance relationships; International Corporate Entrepreneurship and the Evolution of Organizational Competence: A Knowledge-Based Perspective; Internationalizing Corporate Entrepreneurship: The Impact on Global HR Management; Achieving "Critical Mess" in Entrepreneurship Scholarship; Can signal detection theory be useful in the study of entrepreneurship?; Signal detection theory and the entrepreneur: Clarification, extension, and future.

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