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Entrepreneurial Orientation and Business Performance: An Assessment of past Research and Suggestions for the Future
Entrepreneurial orientation (EO) has received substantial conceptual and empirical attention, representing one of the few areas in entrepreneurship research where a cumulative body of knowledge isExpand
Human capital and entrepreneurial success: A meta-analytical review
The study meta-analytically integrates results from three decades of human capital research in entrepreneurship. Based on 70 independent samples (N = 24,733), we found a significant but smallExpand
Let's put the person back into entrepreneurship research: A meta-analysis on the relationship between business owners' personality traits, business creation, and success
The role of personality traits in the decision to start a business and to maintain it successfully is discussed controversially in entrepreneurship research. Our meta-analysis builds upon and extendsExpand
4. Personal initiative: An active performance concept for work in the 21st century
Abstract This article reports on the development of a concept of personal initiative (PI). Personal initiative is a work behavior defined as self-starting and proactive that overcomes barriers toExpand
Longitudinal studies in organizational stress research: a review of the literature with reference to methodological issues.
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This article reviews the empirical longitudinal literature and discusses designs and statistical methods used in these studies, finding that the power of longitudinal studies to rule out third variable explanations was not realized in many studies. Expand
Innovation is not enough: climates for initiative and psychological safety, process innovations, and firm performance
This paper contributes to the discussion on contingencies of process innovations by focusing on and introducing organizational-level constructs of climate for initiative and psychological safety. WeExpand
Explaining the Heterogeneity of the Leadership-Innovation Relationship: Ambidextrous Leadership
Abstract The authors review and meta-analytically integrate the existing literature on leadership and innovation to show a complex and inconsistent picture of this relationship. Current research hasExpand
Personal initiative at work: Differences between East and West Germany
Personal initiative, a concept akin to entrepreneurship and organizational spontaneity, was compared in East and West Germany. Differences were hypothesized to be the results of occupationalExpand
PERSONAL INITIATIVE : AN ACTIVE PERFORMANCE CONCEPT FOR WORK IN THE 21 st CENTURY
This article reports on the development of a concept of personal initiative (PI). Personal initiative is a work behavior defined as self-starting and proactive that overcomes barriers to achieve aExpand
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