Perceptions of Kenyan Managers on Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Sylvia Naliaka, Wamalwa (2010) Perceptions of Kenyan Managers on Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
The purpose of this study is to conduct an exploratory inquiry into the perceptions of Kenyan managers in regards to Corporate Entrepreneurship and managing innovation. This is mainly in response to the fact that studies on corporate entrepreneurship are still lacking, more so for firms in the developing world. This study will aim to uncover whether corporate entrepreneurship in developing countries is an imperative for success in today’s turbulent environment, as highlighted in literature which is based on studies from developed countries.
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