As Zahra, Jennings and Kuratko (1999) suggests there is a gap in the literature regarding the proper refinement of the corporate entrepreneurship construct and clear distinctions between actual behaviors, orientations, or attitudes. Additionally, its relationships with other organizational conduct variables are underdeveloped (Zahra et al., 1999). This study aims to understand firmlevel entrepreneurship with its organizational level relationships of top management leadership, organizational culture, and organizational performance. Initial literature review suggested that top management leadership and organizational culture are predictors of firm-level entrepreneurship which incorporates both orientation towards entrepreneurship and different entrepreneurial activity types which then affects organizational performance.
Kantur, Deniz and Say, Azru Ís˛eri
"UNDERSTANDING FIRM-LEVEL ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A STUDY OF EXPLORING THE CONSTRUCT AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH CONTEXTUAL FACTORS (SUMMARY),"
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Vol. 31
, Article 13.
Available at: http://digitalknowledge.babson.edu/fer/vol31/iss17/13