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Developing an Intrapreneurial Assessment Instrument for an Effective Corporate Entrepreneurial Environment
Donald F. Kuratko, Ray V. Montagno and Jeffrey S. Hornsby
Strategic Management Journal
Vol. 11, Special Issue: Corporate Entrepreneurship (Summer, 1990), pp. 49-58
Published by: Wiley
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2486669
Page Count: 10
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The implementation of corporate entrepreneuring or intrapreneurship is becoming an important activity for growth-oriented businesses However, very little empirical research exists that attempts to measure the effectiveness of an environment or culture for the implementation of intrapreneurial ideas This study attempted to assess the factor structure of intrapreneurship culture through the development of the intrapreneurship assessment instrument (IAI). This instrument was used to assess the effectiveness of an ongoing intrapreneurship training program in a Fortune 500 company.
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