Theoretical Foundations of International Entrepreneurship: Strategic Management Studies
Entrepreneurial firms are considered as enterprises led by the entrepreneur-founder or managed by corporate entrepreneurs who have recognized and successfully exploited a business opportunity, assuming risk-taking, innovative, and proactive decisions. This strategy is pursued by means of the entrepreneurial process whereby opportunities, unique resources, and organizational assets are combined and converged to support each other.
KeywordsCompetitive Advantage Strategic Management Entrepreneurial Orientation Intangible Asset Dynamic Capability
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