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The Impact of Entrepreneurship on Employment Empowerment a Case Study at IRIB

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  • Hassan Darvish

    (Payame Noor University, Department of Public Administration)

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    Entrepreneurship is the most important factor in economic development is called as process of making wealthy opportunity, innovation and creativity and process of leading to new organizations making without respect to the kind of the organization potential and related limitations. Drucker (2000, p 23) has had key role in development and growth of economic. Today, the human capital is brought out an unlimited source and is essential for any development. For this reason, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurs play effective role in process of economic development. So, knowing the two concepts is valuable and explaining their relation influence certainly and effectively recognition of main factors to develop societies and, especially, organizations. The paper considers the meaningful relation in a sample including statistical community of experts and employees of financial and administration assistance of Islamic republic of Iran broadcasting who are working in the office and it has been investigated correlations among variables. To measure the variables in the study two questionnaires had been determined in literature investigation of researches have been used. Results of the data have been analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistical approach. The results indicate the point not only is there meaningful relation between organizational entrepreneurship and empowerment of the employees but reinforcing empowerment components such as management support from entrepreneurship, decision making power (autonomy), considering reward and encouragement for the employees by managers and increasing accessibility time to the mangers result in reinforcing the concept of organizational empowerment.

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    Article provided by Institute of Economic Sciences in its journal Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education.

    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): 3-4 ()
    Pages: 62-75

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    Handle: RePEc:ibg:jwejou:y:2011:i:3-4:p:62-75
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