The Antecedents of Corporate Entrepreneurship: Multilevel, Multisource Evidence
This study employed a resource-based view to develop a multilevel model of firm-level high-performance work systems, dyad-level human capital, firm-level bridging ties and unit-level corporate entrepreneurship. We collected multisource and multilevel data from 420 senior managers, 1260 managers and 3348 employees of 210 units from 96 Taiwanese manufacturing and service sectors firms. The results revealed that dyadlevel human capital partially mediated the relationship between firm-level highperformance work systems and unit-level corporate entrepreneurship and firm-level bridging ties moderated the effect of firm-level high-performance work systems on unitlevel corporate entrepreneurship through dyad-level human capital. Our findings contribute to corporate entrepreneurship by exploring its antecedent and indirect effect from a resource-based perspective Furthermore, we have found that the indirect influence of firm-level high-performance work systems and unit-level corporate entrepreneurship varies as a function of the bridging ties at the firm level. This paper advances existing research by offering new insights in the area of corporate entrepreneurship.
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Citation : Chang, Y.Y., Hughes, P., Hodgkinson, I.R., Chang, C.Y. and Seih, Y.T. (2021) The Antecedents of Corporate Entrepreneurship: Multilevel, Multisource Evidence. Review of Managerial Science,
ISSN : 1863-6683
Research Institute : Centre for Enterprise and Innovation (CEI)
Peer Reviewed : Yes