Opportunities of Being Multinational: A Study of Organizational Rejuvenation, Relationships and Knowledge
In the global environment of this century, numerous multinational enterprises (MNEs) across practically all industries consider the pursuit of entrepreneurial opportunities by taking entrepreneurial actions as the critical means of competitive advantage (Kuratko et al., 2001). When taking place within large established enterprises, these actions are labelled corporate entrepreneurship (Covin and Miles, 1999; Dess et al., 2003; Sharma and Chrisman, 1999).
KeywordsBusiness Process Entrepreneurial Action Business Unit Strategic Management Journal Opportunity Development
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