A contextualisation of entrepreneurship by Morrison A.

By Morrison A.

Objective To discover and severely examine enlrepreneurship theories and ideas in the context of the small kinfolk tourism company, and the level to which owner-managers and their organizations could be labeled as entrepreneurial.Design/methodology/approach A version lias been built and utilized to aid a ''drilling down'' strategy that strikes from a floor knowing of entrepreneurship as a procedure via to an atmosphere, to penetrate the organisational context and consequential entrepreneurial socio-economic outcomes.Findings it's been validated that figuring out of the entrepreneurial strategy, because it interplays with kin company, is healthier served by means of connection with the cultural, environment and organisational context in which marketers are embeddedOriginality/value The tourism lias been intentionally chosen as an illustrative context end result of the low measure of entrepreneurial behaviour that it has often exhibited. in the course of the program of the version causes are supplied for this, and conclusions are drawn that do classify small kin tourism companies as a manifestation of entrepreneurship as commonly conceived.

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