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The Conceptual Review of Interaction between Corporate Wisdom and Corporate Entrepreneurship

Metehan Ortkarpuz () and Ali Alagoz ()
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Metehan Ortkarpuz: Selcuk University
Ali Alagoz: Selcuk University

Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy Journal, 2017, vol. 5, issue 4, 533-558

Abstract: Wisdom is an important point of view in the literature as the highest desired attainment of knowledge management and a new goal. Wisdom is a mysterious concept existing at the top of the hierarchy of data, information, and knowledge that occurs by the evolving of knowledge with experience and thought. This concept constitutes institutional wisdom when dealt with on an institutional basis. Today's competition conditions move corporate wisdom understanding on the agenda due to the insufficiency of traditional knowledge management approach towards sustainable targets and keeping the business vulnerable to rapidly changing conditions. Entrepreneurship is one of the most popular phenomena influenced by the developments in knowledge management. Entrepreneurship necessitates the creation of value by seeing opportunities, reaching different information before others, and using it differently from others, thereby becoming a member of the information society. Entrepreneurship processes aiming to create value through transformation and innovation studies in an existing organization are called "corporate entrepreneurship". Corporate entrepreneurship is a capability that enables businesses to gain competitive advantage through conscious efforts which actuate internal and external initiatives against changing conditions and uncertainties. It is thought that the factors of corporate wisdom understanding are interacting with elements of corporate entrepreneurship. In this study, a conceptual review is carried out in order to reveal the mentioned interaction, to take all dimensions of the elements which the concepts are based on.

Keywords: corporate wisdom; corporate entrepreneurship; knowledge management; entrepreneurship. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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