Abstract-Vol-3-Issue-2 Babak Ziyae

Presenting an evaluation model of human resource management’s effect on corporate entrepreneurship

Babak Ziyae

Faculty of Entrepreneurship, University of Tehran

 

Abstract: Today, study of influential factors in human resources management and its role in the development of corporate entrepreneurship (hereafter acronym as CE) can set new strategies for businesses. The main objective of this study is to shed light on CE and to develop a theoretical framework relating human resources management in the educational institutions. In terms of objective, this study is considered as an empirical one, and the research methodology is descriptive-correlative type. In the present research data collection has been done through a questionnaire. The population includes 185 senior, middle, and operational managers working in technical and vocational education and its affiliated educational centers in the public and private sectors in Iran. Among those people, 125 persons were selected based on stratified random sampling method. Furthermore, structural equation modeling (SEM) was used for data analysis. The findings of the study show that promotion of skill and knowledge levels of people (e.g., empowering and administrative), as an operational strategy in the development of human resource, increases the demand for innovation and enhances employees’ creativity in the form of corporate entrepreneurship. In addition results show that organizational culture moderates the relationship between human resource management and corporate entrepreneurship.

Keywords: Corporate Entrepreneurship, Empowering, Administrative Factors, Motivational Factors, Human Resource Management, Organizational Culture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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