DYNAMIC MANAGERIAL CAPABILITIES AS ANTECEDENT OF CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A CONCEPTUAL MODEL
Current studies on Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE) present organisational boundaries, discretionary time, rewards/reinforcements, work discretion and management support as antecedents of CE. This ignores the fact that all these variables are a managerial function in organisations. Furthermore, considering these variables at the same predictor level as management support, has contributed to entrepreneurship coordination challenges for organisations. To address this predicament through the lens of dynamic capabilities, we submit a conceptual model that considers dynamic managerial capabilities as antecedents of CE.
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