TITLE

Identification and Analysis of Behavioral Obstacles Affecting Organizational Entrepreneurship

AUTHOR(S)
Hosseini, Seyed Abdolrasoul; Gharagheieh, Saeed Sadeghian; Shokri, Saber; Aghapuor, Bayram
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;2014, Vol. 10 Issue Special, p478
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The aim of the present study was to identify and analyze behavioral obstacles affecting organizational entrepreneurship in Islamic Azad University of Arsanjan. To do so, a descriptive-survey research was performed using a correlational method. The population under study included all 65 employees working in Islamic Azad University of Arsanjan, all of whom were also selected as the research sample in this study. The main instrument used in this study was Behavioral Obstacles Affecting Organizational Entrepreneurship Questionnaire, which included three main variables of leadership style, attitude, and personality. The collected data were analyzed by one-sample t-test and the following results were obtained: The results of the present study indicated that in all the hypotheses raised in the study, no significant relationship was found between variables in question. This is due to respondents' attitudes and the responses provided by them in this piece of research. In other words, if such a study was done on another population, it might come up with different outcomes. Taken as a whole, the results confirmed the impact of behavioral obstacles on organizational entrepreneurship. In addition, concerning the effects of secondary behavioral obstacles on components of employees' personality and attitudes were confirmed but it was not the case for leadership style.
ACCESSION #
96976816

 

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