Identification of Structural Restricting and Driving Factors of Development of Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE): A Case Study
Authors: Sepideh Firouzyar, Dr. Davood Kia Kojouri
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Tourism and entrepreneurship have progressed on different paths and rarely have any major crossover occurred in each of their literatures to cross-fertilize the development of the subject areas. The tourism industry is often said to be less innovative than other industries. In order to make the organization more entrepreneur friendly and therefore innovative, driving and restricting factors need to be identified, improved and reinforced. This paper presents the identification of structural restricting and driving factors of development of Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE) in organization. The studied organization is one of the transportation companies in Iran. A questionnaire was designed according to the Likert Spectrum. The sampling has been done through census among 100 managers of the studied organization. By using SPSS software and analyzing the outcome of the questionnaires, restricting and driving factors are recognized. This study concludes that five factors such as information resource system, organizational structure, organizational strategy, task methodology, and process and physical opportunities are driving factors. The research and development system, control and supervisionary system, wage and salary system, finance and budget system and human resource management are counted as restricting factors.