Despite the general finding that a positive association exists between entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and performance of the firm, the evidence is not consistent, and there is wide variation in the magnitude of the reported impact. Researchers make the case that the examination of a simple bivariate link, often with constrained methods, provides an inadequate assessment of this focal relationship (Wang, 2008). Accordingly, scholars have called for wide-ranging modeling of the impact of EO on firm performance (Slevin & Terjesen, 2011). We respond to this call by testing a comprehensive, multi-sequential meditational model, with a multi-theoretic approach.
Poudel, Krishna P.; Carter, Robert; and Lonial, Subhash
"THE PROCESS ASPECT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION-PERFORMANCE RELATIONSHIP: UNCOVERING THE MEDIATING ROLES OF TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIES, INNOVATION AND FIRM GROWTH,"
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Vol. 32
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalknowledge.babson.edu/fer/vol32/iss12/3