Agile and Entrepreneurial Attributes of Young Employees as a Determinant of Market Success in the Light of Own Research

Maria Kocot, Damian Kocot, Artur Kwasek, Krzysztof Kandefer, Lukasz Polowczyk
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXVI, Issue 1, 3-19, 2023
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/3093


Purpose: The aim of the article is to analyze the agile and entrepreneurial attributes of young employees as determinants of effective business management. Design/Methodology/Approach: In order to thoroughly investigate this phenomenon, in January 2022 a survey was carried out in accordance with the CAWI standards. The survey involved 632 respondents. Findings: A close relationship has been shown between the ability to initiate new projects and the search for innovative ideas. Initiating new projects is also associated with the ability to take advantage of opportunities. Practical Implications: The management of the organization should educate and strengthen the organizational agility and entrepreneurship in the employees employed. Only employees with a high need for success, recognition and achievement, as well as the ability to make decisions in conditions of uncertainty, will contribute to the market success of the organization. Originality/Value: The article presents original scientific research. In addition, the original value is the presentation of statistical dependencies using the Pearson correlation coefficient, which is a measure of the linear relationship between variables. A close correlation has been shown between the ability to initiate new projects and the search for innovative ideas and at the same time the ability to seize opportunities. In turn, creativity in action is a derivative of initiating new projects. An employee who is able to adapt to changing conditions is at the same time able to take advantage of opportunities.

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