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2020 | 19 | nr 1 | 61--87
Tytuł artykułu

Corporate Entrepreneurship : a Literature Review and Future Research Perspectives

Warianty tytułu
Przedsiębiorczość korporacyjna : przegląd literatury i perspektywy przyszłych badań
Języki publikacji
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Abstrakty
Tło. Przedsiębiorczość korporacyjna postrzegana jest jako podejście niezbędne do pobudzania innowacyjności i kreatywności w organizacjach w celu zwiększenia szans rynkowych. Niniejszy artykuł analizuje tę koncepcję, cieszącą się dość dużym zainteresowaniem w ciągu ostatnich trzydziestu lat w krajach anglosaskich. Podobnie jak w przypadku wielu innych zjawisk, także w odniesieniu do przedsiębiorczości korporacyjnej, dyskusja ta dostarczyła licznych konceptualizacji i z tego względu nie ma jednej uniwersalnej definicji tej koncepcji. W tym kontekście, poszukiwanie odpowiedniej podstawy do zrozumienia i opisania zjawiska przedsiębiorczości korporacyjnej stawia środowisku badaczy przedsiębiorczości sporo wyzwań.
Cele badawcze. Niniejszy artykuł ma na celu stworzenie takiej podstawy poprzez doprecyzowanie pojęcia przedsiębiorczości korporacyjnej, dzięki zrealizowanemu przeglądowi literatury oraz poprzez identyfikację istniejących luk badawczych.
Metodologia. Stosowaną metodologią jest systematyczny przegląd literatury. Bazy danych EBSCO oraz Taylor & Francis posłużyły jako źródło zgromadzonej w ramach badań literatury.
Kluczowe wnioski. Analiza potwierdza potrzebę bardziej jakościowych i rygorystycznych analiz w tej dziedzinie oraz zawiera szereg zaleceń dla przyszłych badań. Główne konkluzje zachęcają do różnicowania badań pod kątem sektorów, a największa zidentyfikowana luka występuje w sektorze usług. Istnieje również potrzeba bardziej ustrukturyzowanej klasyfikacji miar zjawiska przedsiębiorczości korporacyjnej w zależności od faktycznego celu badań: jego poprzedników lub efektów. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Background. Nowadays, corporate entrepreneurship (CE) is perceived as an essential approach to boost the innovation and creativity within existing organizations for achieving higher opportunities in the market. This paper examines this concept, which has been largely discussed in the Anglo-Saxon world over the last thirty years. Like for many other phenomena, also in case of CE, this discussion has provided numerous conceptualizations, and consequently, there is not one unique definition of CE. In this respect, the search for an appropriate basis for understanding and describing the phenomenon of CE engenders a challenging issue for entrepreneurship researchers.
Research aims. This paper aims at creating a large platform for understanding the concept of CE by means of a clarification effort through the review of the most important papers in this field and identification of the existing research gaps.
Methodology. Systematic literature survey is the applied methodology. EBSCO and Taylor & Francis database were used as a source for the sampling process.
Key findings. The analysis does acknowledge the need for more qualitative and rigorous research in this field and brings several recommendations for the future studies. The main conclusions also do urge for a more diversified research in terms of the sectors discussed, as the biggest gap identified is in the services sector. There is also a need for a more structured classification of the measures, depending on the real research focus: CE antecedents or outcomes. (original abstract)
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Twórcy
  • Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland
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