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Next Step Toward a Theory of Organizational Entrepreneurship : Conceptual Advances

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Insufficient theory currently exists to understand the dynamic interplay among entrepreneurship, the state and forces of external environment, the organization's capacity to facilitate entrepreneurship and resulting effectiveness. Without a strong theoretical characterization of these it is difficult to determine changes seemed to have forced many organizations into considering qualitative alteration of organizational rules that members use to interact cognitively and behaviorally with the world around them and implementing entrepreneurship as a way of surviving and growing.(fragment of text)
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