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2017 | 13 | nr 2 Determinants of Entrepreneurship and Innovation | 33--57
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Entrepreneurial Tournaments : Towards Disclosing the Rivalry Process Among Corporate Entrepreneurs

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Pojęcia i motywacje międzyorganizacyjnych rywalizacji wśród pracowników zostały w pewnym stopniu podkreślone przez klasyczne teorie zarządzania, takie jak teoria turnieju. Jednak konkurencje dla pracowników i przedsiębiorców mają zasadniczo inny kształt. Konkurencje przedsiębiorców oparte są na doktrynie przedsiębiorczości i mają zasadnicze znaczenie dla gospodarki produktywnej. Mimo to, niewiele zostało podjętych dogłębnych i holistycznych prób zrozumienia procesu rywalizacji między przedsiębiorcami korporacyjnymi. W ciągu ostatnich trzech dziesięcioleci przeprowadzono różne rozdrobnione badania z różnych punktów widzenia w celu wyjaśnienia procesu przedsiębiorczości korporacyjnej (CE). Niemniej jednak pozostaje sporo miejsca do opracowania modelu procesu rywalizacji w odniesieniu do działalności przedsiębiorczej w dużych i złożonych organizacjach. Stąd za główny wkład badań można uznać zbadanie i sformułowanie procesu rywalizacji. W tym celu zastosowano systematyczną jakościową metodykę teorii ugruntowanej (GTM). W okresie pięciu miesięcy, przeprowadzano systematyczne wywiady z przedsiębiorcami w jednym z głównych irańskich instytutów badawczych. Opierając się na wynikach badań, oprócz potwierdzenia istnienia takiego procesu rywalizacji pomiędzy przedsiębiorcami korporacyjnymi, model GTM rozszerza literaturę CE poprzez zbadanie części procesu, tj. ujawnienie wdrożonych strategii przedsiębiorców korporacyjnych, pośród innych aspektów teorii. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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The notions and motivations of inter-organisational rivalries among employees have to some extent been highlighted by classical theories of management such as tournament theory. However, employees' and entrepreneurs' competitions are fundamentally different in pattern. Based on the doctrine of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial competitions are essential for a productive economy. Even so, there have been few in-depth holistic attempts to understand the rivalry process among corporate entrepreneurs. During the last three decades, various fragmented studies have been conducted from different standpoints to clarify the process of corporate entrepreneurship (CE). Nevertheless, considerable room remains for developing a model of the rivalry process with respect to entrepreneurial activities within large and complex organisations. Hence, the main contribution of the research can be claimed as investigating and formulating the rivalry process. For this purpose, a systematic qualitative grounded theory methodology (GTM) was used. During a five-month period, corporate entrepreneurs from one of the chief Iranian research institutes were systematically interviewed. Based on the research results, in addition to endorsing the existence of such a rivalry process among corporate entrepreneurs, the GTM model extends the literature of CE by examining the previously unaddressed part of the process, i.e., disclosing the corporate entrepreneurs' implemented strategies, among other blocks of the theory. (original abstract)
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