ENTREPRENEURS AS MANAGERS: A STUDY OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENT MANAGERIAL STYLES FOR NEW VENTURE PERFORMANCE
Jaume Franquesa, Purdue University
Arnold C. Cooper, Purdue University
Theoretical Background and Hypotheses
Results from the explaratory analysis
Discussion and Conclusion
A typology of approaches to human resources management (HRM) was generated across a sample of 845 new ventures. Performance implications of different types of motivational approaches for entrepreneurs were explored both across the overall sample, as well as within different strategic contexts.
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