International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 8, Part H (2016)
Human resource practices that nurture corporate entrepreneurship: An empirical evidence from IT industry
Gireesh YM and Dr. Anil Kumar G Garag
As business ambiance develops quite composite and dynamic, organizations have to turn out to be pretty entrepreneurial so as to make out new and innovative opportunities for continued better-quality performance. Corporate entrepreneurship comprises organizational learning, compelled by teamwork, creativeness and individual dedication that enable personnel to push organization towards successful growth. So, it is extensively required that Human Resource Management mechanisms motivate personnel to take part in decision making and be a primary captain of success. On the other hand, there is an imperative need for empirical investigation that deals with the contributions that Human Resource Management makes to an organization’s aptitude to admit risk, be inventive and be proactive. This article mainly analyzes the empirical study correlating HRM practices with Corporate Entrepreneurship.
How to cite this article:
Gireesh YM, Dr. Anil Kumar G Garag. Human resource practices that nurture corporate entrepreneurship: An empirical evidence from IT industry. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(8):522-526.