Knowledge accumulation on the topic of corporate entrepreneurship has been occurring at a rapid rate, and many of the elements essential to constructing a theoretically grounded understanding of corporate entrepreneurship can be readily identified from the extant literature. This paper examines the corporate entrepreneurship process and illustrates the various aspects that research has been examining over the last two decades. It reviews the empirical and conceptual research that substantiates the many components of the model and describes a corporate entrepreneurship strategy that is depicted through the model.
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