Contributions of mcclelland to entrepreneurship
Self-efficacy beliefs: comparison of five measures.
David mcclelland biography
Who starts new firms? Role model performance effects on development of entrepreneurial career preference. Wilken, P. Collins, O. The role of personality dimensions and occupational preferences on the formation of entrepreneurial intentions. Journal of Educational Psychology, 70, 8— It is the drive to succeed.
Psychological Reports, 68 1 David McClelland believed in applying the results from the research and testing to see if they helped people. Scott, M.
Lynn, R. Scarborough, N. In Designing and Achieving Competency. Cockerill, T. Entrepreneurship and paths to business ownership. Implications of family, educational, and occupational experience. Kets de Vries, M. Eccher Eds. The competent manager — A model for effective performance. The bases of competence: Skill development during the transition from university to work. An 11 country study of motivations to start a business. A cross-cultural study of entrepreneurial perceptions. Cooper, A. A comparative historical study. Psychology Today, 9,
Niittykangas, H. Brenner, O. Implications of family, educational, and occupational experience. A comparation of selected personal characteristics of minority and non-minority female entrepreneurs.
Toward the development of a competency model of family firm leadership. Hofstede, G.
McClelland, D. Grant, J.
Hypotheses were developed along the respective constructs required. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 6 1 Entrepreneurship and paths to business ownership.
Relationship of education to sex, managerial status, and the managerial stereotype. Shapero, A. Evaluation of two approaches to entrepreneurship education using an intention-based model of venture creation. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 6 1 , Thompson, J. Structure in Schools. Full text only available in PDF format. Helping People Change[ edit ] David McClelland believed that if you know how an outstanding performer thinks and acts, you could teach people how to think and act that way. New York: William Sloane Associates. The role of personality dimensions and occupational preferences on the formation of entrepreneurial intentions.
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