Analysis of intrapreneurship according to various demographic variables in mature organizations: A research in the banking sector
Unless organizations renew themselves, their life will come ta an end as it is in the life circle of products. On the contrary; innovation prepares the organizations for the future and provide dynamism to them. However; some of the problems of most organizations are synergy at the beginning, failing to spread their wills to next steps and limiting themselves with the forms of bureaucracy. This situation leads to many negative results such as operational blindness and holds members of organizations off innovation. It can be said that there are many criteria of achieving maturity stage of organizations. Some of these criteria are sectoral maturity, the number of employees, age, size, growth rate, sale rates, centralization degree, productivity and cash form of organization. These criteria are able to be increased with different classifications. “Renewing” or “Falling” stages follow the maturity stage of organizations and the intended one is “Renewing” stage with the increase of productivity.
While entrepreneurship shows itself and emerges the presence of organization when there is no organization, intrapreneurship protects and improves the existing. Intrapreneurship and innovation, which is one of the sub-branches of intrapreneurship, are not going to take part in mature organizations in time. This research is done for the detection of intrapreneurship of members in mature organizations.
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