Does Corporate Entrepreneurship matter for Organizational Learning Capability? A Study on Textile Sector in Pakistan

Bashir Ahmed, Hazoor Muhammad Sabir, Nadeem Sohail, Raheel Mumtaz

Abstract


The paper aims to investigate the relationship between corporate entrepreneurship and organizationallearning capability. A survey method was undertaken to collect data from 240 middle level managersworking in textile industry through convenience sampling method. Results indicate a positive andsignificant relationship between variables. Practical implications of the study are that if any organizationwhich tends to be more innovative and risk taking has the more learning capability. Furthermore,entrepreneurship training programs could lead to enhancing competences which are important forentrepreneurship.

Key Words: Corporate entrepreneurship, Organizational Learning Capability, Textile Sector, Pakistan.


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