Publication Type

Conference Proceeding Article

Publication Date

9-2004

Abstract

The impetus for value creation has led to greater interest in encouraging entrepreneurship within organizations (intrapreneurship). The intrapreneurship literature reveals general agreement that organizational entrepreneurship flourishes where the environmental conditions of an organization are most favorable. However, there is little empirical research examining the relationship of the organizational climate and the intentions of employees to be intrapreneurs, and their actual participation in such activities. This paper reports a study on the elements of organizational climate on intrapreneurship attitudes, intentions and actions on the part of middle managers in corporations in Singapore.

Discipline

Asian Studies | Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations | Strategic Management Policy

Research Areas

Strategy and Organisation

Publication

Rencontres de St-Gall 2004, Appenzell

ISBN

9783906541228

Publisher

KMU Verlag HSG

City or Country

Appenzell, Switzerland

Additional URL

http://www1.kmu.unisg.ch/rencontres/RENC2004/Topics/Tan_2_Renc_2004_Topic_C.pdf

Share

COinS