Title

A conceptual model of entrepreneurial competencies and business success in small and medium enterprises

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Edith Cowan University

RAS ID

25739

Comments

Originally published as: Cao, V., Seet, P., & Crews, J. (2017). A conceptual model of entrepreneurial competencies and business success in small and medium enterprises. In Djajadikerta, H., Yong, J., Mat Roni, S., Ong, T., & Jogulu, U. (eds), Proceeding of 2nd Business Doctoral & Emerging Scholars Conference, Perth, pp. 152-164. Original article available here

Abstract

Small and medium enterprises have to face tremendous challenges to compete in a global market so companies are constantly seeking new ways to improve their competitiveness to distinguish themselves from their peers. Recent decades has witnessed a boom in research into entrepreneurship, especially entrepreneurial competencies due to the significant role of entrepreneur to the success of the organisations. This paper will recommend a conceptual model in two levels: the individual level and the organisational level, in order to explore the relationship between entrepreneurial competencies with business success

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