Through The Eyes Of One Woman: Does Spirituality Have A Place In Entrepreneurship Behavior?
The purpose of this paper is to review current literature relating to corporate entrepreneurship and to discern the issues that have arisen in this area of research. Issues of concern are: conceptualization of entrepreneurship (ES) and corporate entrepreneurship (CE), whether ES and CE can be taught and lastly factors facilitating CE. In addition, it will disclose the findings of a qualitative study relating to a woman entrepreneur in Malaysia. The latter study would shed light on how a woman entrepreneur in Malaysia learns to act entrepreneurially and how the findings converge or diverge from past research in this area
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