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Organizational performance, entrepreneurial training, entrepreneurship, business performance
Purpose: The aim of this paper is to enrich our scholarly understanding on the topic of organizational performance. The paper talks about entrepreneurial training and suggests that it can have a significant impact on boosting organizational performance and an organization needs to act concerning to enriching its critical values to ensure they do their best for the business.
Design/Methodology/Approach: This is a conceptual paper, which elaborates on the role and relationship between entrepreneurial training and organizational performance. The paper sheds light on how businesses can further their prosperity, performance and productivity through entrepreneurial training whilst reviewing prominent literature in the area.
Findings: The results of the paper are providing a conclusive understanding to the fact that scholars have reported significant impact of entrepreneurial training on organizational performance. The paper has found that empirical evidence is in line with the prepositions this gives confidence in asserting that all business sectors can responsively work on boosting their organizational performance through entrepreneurial training.
Originality/Value: The paper is based on the review of literature on the topics of interest pertaining to the undertaken variables.
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