By Chandra S. Mishra
This ebook develops a unified framework to give an explanation for the phenomena of aggressive virtue and enterprise worth production in dynamic environments. via a brand new strategic price production concept, it explores how a company can degree and maintain its aggressive virtue via administration incentives, capital marketplace forces, organizational tradition and constitution, and social complexity. It additionally considers how administration can make the most of their assets and features, shadow ideas, product industry forces, purchaser wishes, and organizational studying as a method to tell apart them from the contest. With an leading edge method of idea and learn, it is going to be located to notify either students and practitioners in administration, enterprise process, and entrepreneurship at the technique of aggressive and sustainable worth creation.
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Hayton and Cholakova (2012) conceptualized the role of affective processes on perception and the intention of entrepreneurs. Affect drives attention, labeling, and creativity, which impact the affective state along with related factors such as human capital, development time, idea complexity, and core self-identity. The resulting self-efficacy and beliefs about reducing uncertainty are related to the final intention to develop a particular idea for an entrepreneurial idea. The conceptualization suggested needed enhancements to the existing cognitive and psychological views of entrepreneurship.
21). Again, their view of intention is consistent with our Entrepreneurial Value Creation Theory in that intention is linked to and modulates the structuring of resources. First, according to Bird and Jelinek (1988), entrepreneurs structure and mobilize resources such as time, money, and innovation toward solving problems, or creating solutions for markets and society, with a timeframe and plan of action. This is usually formally presented in a business plan. Second, entrepreneurs have a f lexible focus as manifested by a “clarity of vision,” “inspirational communication,” and a “core set of values” (p.
The Theory of Entrepreneurship: Creating and Sustaining Entrepreneurial Value by Chandra S. Mishra