Entrepreneurial proclivity: Its environmental conditions and growth consequences

Ken Matsuno, Zhen Zhu

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To contribute to the entrepreneurial marketing (EM) literature, this study investigates how business unit growth relates to environmental risks and rewards (i.e., environmental dynamism and market growth rate) and three facets of entrepreneurial proclivity (i.e., innovativeness, risk-taking, and proactiveness). The authors find that perceived environmental dynamism has a direct and positive influence on strategic business units' innovativeness and proactiveness. Moreover, this study explores the interplay between the risk and reward facets of the market environment and reveals that firms are most likely to adopt EM strategies in a high-growth, highly dynamic business environment. The results also show that whereas the industry growth rate promotes a firm's market expansion, but not market sustention, the firm's innovativeness and proactiveness positively influence both market expansion and sustention.
Idioma originalAnglès
Pàgines20-33
Publicació especialitzadaJournal of Strategic Marketing
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Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 1 d’abr. 2016
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