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    Dynamic Business Environment as a Source of Technology Entrepreneurship Development – a Case Study

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    The basis for technology entrepreneurship are the relationships between commercial entities and the business environment institutions, operating chiefly in the area of science and technology, whose fundamental aim is the transformation of research and scientific potential into commercial technological innovations leading to the development of products or services. When one considers the process of developing technology entrepreneurship in small and medium-sized enterprises, three basic sources of influence can be indetified: enterprise’s internal environment, its external business environment and interactions taking place between those two spheres. This issue also gains particular significance in case of organisations with global scope of operations and is linked to such concepts as idea global sourcing, knowledge process outsourcing or global sourcing advisory. Therefore the business environment of the enterprises, which in the case of entities related to advanced technologies is of an extremely dynamic, turbulent and complex character, becomes the essential source of development of technology entrepreneurship. On the other hand such environment has a high potential at its disposal, use of which can become a vital source of technological innovations. Taking the above into account, the aim of this chapter is to identify and assess the direction of influence the dynamic business environment of high technology companies has on the creation of technology entrepreneurship in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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    Title : Dynamic Business Environment as a Source of Technology Entrepreneurship Development – a Case Study
    Author(s) : Remigiusz Kozłowski, Marek Matejun
    Abstract : The basis for technology entrepreneurship are the relationships between commercial entities and the business environment institutions, operating chiefly in the area of science and technology, whose fundamental aim is the transformation of research and scientific potential into commercial technological innovations leading to the development of products or services. When one considers the process of developing technology entrepreneurship in small and medium-sized enterprises, three basic sources of influence can be indetified: enterprise’s internal environment, its external business environment and interactions taking place between those two spheres. This issue also gains particular significance in case of organisations with global scope of operations and is linked to such concepts as idea global sourcing, knowledge process outsourcing or global sourcing advisory. Therefore the business environment of the enterprises, which in the case of entities related to advanced technologies is of an extremely dynamic, turbulent and complex character, becomes the essential source of development of technology entrepreneurship. On the other hand such environment has a high potential at its disposal, use of which can become a vital source of technological innovations. Taking the above into account, the aim of this chapter is to identify and assess the direction of influence the dynamic business environment of high technology companies has on the creation of technology entrepreneurship in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
    Keywords : business environment of the enterprises; high technology enterprises; technological innovations; technology entrepreneurship; management

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    Area : Management
    Language : English
    Year : 2011

    Affiliations Department of Management, Technical University of Lodz, Poland
    Editors : Grzybowska, Katarzyna; Wyrwicka, Magdalena
    Publisher : Publishing House of Poznan University of Technology
    City : Poznan
    Pages : 41-63

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