Patterns of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Business Performance
This book is addressed to individuals and companies that are receptive to new ideas and strategies to enhance their business performance and overall corporate concept.
In the context of a highly competitive economic market, executives are continuously searching for strategies to increase business growth and efficiency. Regarding the
determining factor of a company’s successful performance, both entrepreneurial behavior and the small business sector have more and more become a core research topic in economic psychology. Previous literary examinations of firm’s performances in different business environments identified the specific characteristics of industries as the central determinant of firm’s profitability. However, the majority of recent studies indicates that the firm’s management and the strategic group are the most important value creators.
The research studies presented in this third volume of the IBSA-Studies in Management and Innovation cover four aspects: the relationship between entrepreneurship orientation and a firm‘s operations, marketing strategies, and performance; entrepreneurship in Switzerland and the relevance of incubators; the relation between mindfulness, workplace satisfaction and workplace stress; and equity repurchases announcements made by US companies before and after the financial crisis. With a strong focus on application, the book is addressed to individuals and companies that are receptive to new ideas and strategies to enhance their business performance and overall corporate concept.
|Autor||Graham White, Isabelle Habegger, Blaine Olivia Prescott, Henrik N. Brun|
|Herausgeber||Helga Meyer, Anna Glaser|
|ISBN (E-Book)||(pdf) 978-3-95651-154-7|