Developing a model representing the priority and the iof factors affecting organizational entrepreneurship
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The aim of the present study was to examine and develop the interactions among factors influencing organizational entrepreneurship. To this end, the nine factors of Attahir Model were used. These factors include: 1) effective management (the ability to make appropriate planning and the effective employment of human resources), 2) the government satisfactory support, 3) marketing agents (market research and demand), 4) the supply of products and services at the international level, 5) levels of education, 6) the availability of funds and the level of initial investment, 7) unique characteristics (self-reliance, charisma, persistence, local reputation, and trustworthiness), 8) previous business experiences and 9) political relations. In this study, the level of education was excluded and the remaining eight factors were used to develop an interactive model. The methods of analysis were the Delphi method and interpretive structural equation modeling. The results of the study suggested that the unique characteristics are the most influential among the eight factors under study. In addition the dynamics of the components of the model was confirmed.