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Entrepreneurship and Leadership

Edited by Donald F. Kuratko, The Jack M. Gill Distinguished Chair of Entrepreneurship, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Executive and Academic Director, Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, US and Michael H. Morris, James W. Walter Eminent Scholar Chair, University of Florida, US
A complex mix of attitudes, traits, motives, skills, capabilities, styles and mental mindsets contributes to entrepreneurial leadership. The current volume brings together perspectives from leading scholars in the entrepreneurship and management disciplines that inform our understanding of the nature of, requirements for, and implications resulting from entrepreneurial leadership. This important book is organized into eight key leadership imperatives: igniting entrepreneurial action; establishing entrepreneurial control; understanding entrepreneurial motivation; encouraging entrepreneurial ethics; formulating entrepreneurial strategy; dealing with entrepreneurial failure; creating entrepreneurial environments and demonstrating leadership and vision. This collection will serve as a vital reference for scholars, teachers and doctoral students who wish to read and examine the most significant literature in the entrepreneurial leadership domain.
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Publication Date: 2013
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  • Business and Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Politics and Public Policy
  • Leadership
A complex mix of attitudes, traits, motives, skills, capabilities, styles and mental mindsets contributes to entrepreneurial leadership. The current volume brings together perspectives from leading scholars in the entrepreneurship and management disciplines that inform our understanding of the nature of, requirements for, and implications resulting from entrepreneurial leadership. This important book is organized into eight key leadership imperatives: igniting entrepreneurial action; establishing entrepreneurial control; understanding entrepreneurial motivation; encouraging entrepreneurial ethics; formulating entrepreneurial strategy; dealing with entrepreneurial failure; creating entrepreneurial environments and demonstrating leadership and vision. This collection will serve as a vital reference for scholars, teachers and doctoral students who wish to read and examine the most significant literature in the entrepreneurial leadership domain.
‘Kuratko and Morris provide an insightful and compelling compilation of the factors and forces that shape entrepreneurial leaders and that directly impact their ability to start, build and lead their ventures.’
– Raymond Smilor, Texas Christian University, US

‘A very thoughtfully chosen collection of excellent articles focused on key issues in the field of entrepreneurship. This book will be a very useful reference source for entrepreneurship faculty and graduate student alike, and I, personally, look forward to having a copy in my bookcase.’
– Robert Baron, Oklahoma State University, US
53 articles, dating from 1996 to 2012
Contributors include: M. Cardon, A. Corbett, J. Covin, K. Eisenhardt, R. Duane Ireland, M. Hitt, E. Locke, R. McGrath, J. McMullen, S. Sarasvathy, D. Shepherd
Contents:

Acknowledgements

Introduction Donald F. Kuratko and Michael H. Morris

PART I IGNITING ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTION
1. Donald F. Kuratko (2009), ‘The Entrepreneurial Imperative of the 21st Century’
2. Jeffery S. McMullen and Dean A. Shepherd (2006), ‘Entrepreneurial Action and the Role of Uncertainty in the Theory of the Entrepreneur’
3. Keith M. Hmieleski and Andrew C. Corbett (2008), ‘The Contrasting Interaction Effects of Improvisational Behavior with Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy on New Venture Performance and Entrepreneur Work Satisfaction’
4. Jeffrey S. Hornsby, Donald F. Kuratko, Dean A. Shepherd and Jennifer P. Bott (2009), ‘Managers' Corporate Entrepreneurial Actions: Examining Perception and Position’
5. R. Duane Ireland, Michael A. Hitt, S. Michael Camp and Donald L. Sexton (2001), ‘Integrating Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management Actions to Create Firm Wealth’
6. Donald F. Kuratko, Jeffrey G. Covin and Robert P. Garrett (2009), ‘Corporate Venturing: Insights from Actual Performance’
7. Donald F. Kuratko, R. Duane Ireland and Jeffrey S. Hornsby (2001), ‘Improving Firm Performance through Entrepreneurial Actions: Acordia’s Corporate Entrepreneurship Strategy’

PART II ESTABLISHING ENTREPRENEURIAL CONTROL
8. John C. Goodale, Donald F. Kuratko, Jeffrey S. Hornsby and Jeffrey G. Covin (2011), ‘Operations Management and Corporate Entrepreneurship: The Moderating Effect of Operations Control on the Antecedents of Corporate Entrepreneurial Activity in Relation to Innovation Performance’
9. Michael H. Morris, Jeffrey Allen, Minet Schindehutte and Ramon Avila (2006), ‘Balanced Management Control Systems as a Mechanism for Achieving Corporate Entrepreneurship’
10. Antonio Davila, George Foster and Daniel Oyon (2005), ‘Accounting and Control, Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Venturing into New Research Opportunities’
11. John C. Goodale, Donald F. Kuratko and Jeffrey S. Hornsby (2008), ‘Influence Factors for Operational Control and Compensation in Professional Service Firms’
12. Antonio Davila and George Foster (2007), ‘Management Control Systems in Early-Stage Startup Companies’
13. Michael A. Hitt, Robert E. Hoskinsson, Richard A. Johnson and Douglas D. Moesel (1996), ‘The Market for Corporate Control and Firm Innovation’
14. Michael H. Morris, Jurie van Vuuren, Jeffrey R. Cornwall and Retha Scheepers (2009), ‘Properties of Balance: A Pendulum Effect in Corporate Entrepreneurship’

PART III UNDERSTANDING ENTREPRENEURIAL MOTIVATION
15. Melissa S. Cardon, Joakim Wincent, Jagdip Sing and Mateja Drnovsek (2009), ‘The Nature and Experience of Entrepreneurial Passion’
16. Michael H. Morris, Donald F. Kuratko, Minet Schindehutte and April J. Spivnack (2012), ‘Framing the Entrepreneurial Experience’
17. Christopher J. Collins, Paul J. Hanges and Edwin A. Locke (2004), ‘The Relationship of Achievement Motivation to Entrepreneurial Behavior: A Meta-Analysis’
18. Donald F. Kuratko, R. Duane Ireland, Jeffrey G. Covin and Jeffrey S. Hornsby (2005), ‘A Model of Middle-Level Managers’ Entrepreneurial Behavior’
19. Alan Carsrud and Malin Brännback (2011), ‘Entrepreneurial Motivations: What Do We Still Need to Know?’
20. Zeki Simsek, Ciaran Heavey and John (Jack) F. Veiga (2010), ‘The Impact of CEO Core Self-Evaluation on the Firm’s Entrepreneurial Orientation’
21. Maw-Der Foo (2011), ‘Emotions and Entrepreneurial Opportunity Evaluation’

PART IV ENCOURAGING ENTREPRENEURIAL ETHICS
22. Michael H. Morris, Minet Schindehutte, John Walton and Jeffrey Allen (2002), ‘The Ethical Context of Entrepreneurship: Proposing and Testing a Developmental Framework’
23. Morgan P. Miles, Linda S. Munilla and Jeffrey G. Covin (2004), ‘Innovation, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship’
24. Donald F. Kuratko and Michael G. Goldsby (2004), ‘Corporate Entrepreneurs or Rogue Middle Managers? A Framework for Ethical Corporate Entrepreneurship’
25. Jeremy Hall and Philip Rosson (2006), ‘The Impact of Technological Turbulence on Entrepreneurial Behavior, Social Norms and Ethics: Three Internet-based Cases’
26. Gita Surie and Allan Ashley (2008), ‘Integrating Pragmatism and Ethics in Entrepreneurial Leadership for Sustainable Value Creation’
27. Melissa S. Baucus, William I. Norton, Jr., David A. Baucus and Sherrie E. Human (2008), ‘Fostering Creativity and Innovation without Encouraging Unethical Behavior’

PART V FORMULATING ENTREPRENEURIAL STRATEGY
28. Jan Brinckmann, Dietmar Grichnik and Diana Kapsa (2010), ‘Should Entrepreneurs Plan or Just Storm the Castle? A Meta-Analysis on Contextual Factors Impacting the Business Planning – Performance Relationship in Small Firms’
29. Bárbara Larrañeta, Shaker A. Zahra and José Luis Galán González (2012), ‘Enriching Strategic Variety In New Ventures Through External Knowledge’
30. Marc Gruber (2007), ‘Uncovering the Value of Planning in New Venture Creation: A Process and Contingency Perspective’
31. R. Duane Ireland, Jeffrey G. Covin and Donald F. Kuratko (2009), ‘Conceptualizing Corporate Entrepreneurship Strategy’
32. Yasemin Y. Kor (2003), ‘Experience-Based Top Management Team Competence and Sustained Growth’
33. Mark Kroll, Bruce A. Walters and Son A. Le (2003), ‘The Impact of Board Composition and Top Management Team Ownership Structure on Post-IPO Performance in Young Entrepreneurial Firms’

PART VI DEALING WITH ENTREPRENEURIAL FAILURE
34. Dean A. Shepherd (2003), ‘Learning from Business Failure: Propositions of Grief Recovery for the Self-Employed’
35. Jason Cope (2011), ‘Entrepreneurial Learning from Failure: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis’
36. Rita Gunther McGrath (1999), ‘Falling Forward: Real Options Reasoning and Entrepreneurial Failure’
37. Melissa S. Cardon, Christopher E. Stevens and D. Ryland Potter (2011), ‘Misfortunes or Mistakes? Cultural Sensemaking of Entrepreneurial Failure’
38. Dean A. Shepherd, Jeffrey G. Covin and Donald F. Kuratko (2009), ‘Project Failure from Corporate Entrepreneurship: Managing the Grief Process’
39. Ashish Arora and Anand Nandkumar (2011), ‘Cash-Out or Flameout! Opportunity Cost and Entrepreneurial Strategy: Theory, and Evidence from the Information Security Industry’
40. Robert Cressy (2006), ‘Why do Most Firms Die Young?’

PART VII CREATING ENTREPRENEURIAL ENVIRONMENTS
41. Patrick M. Kreiser, Louis D. Marino, Pat Dickson and K. Mark Weaver (2010), ‘Cultural Influences on Entrepreneurial Orientation: The Impact of National Culture on Risk Taking and Proactiveness in SMEs’
42. Dominic S.K. Lim, Eric A. Morse, Ronald K. Mitchell and Kristie K. Seawright (2010), ‘Institutional Environment and Entrepreneurial Cognitions: A Comparative Business Systems Perspective’
43. Jeffrey S. Hornsby, Donald F. Kuratko and Shaker A. Zahra (2002), ‘Middle Managers’ Perception of the Internal Environment for Corporate Entrepreneurship: Assessing a Measurement Scale’
44. Linda Edelman and Helena Yli-Renko (2010), ‘The Impact of Environment and Entrepreneurial Perceptions on Venture-Creation Efforts: Bridging the Discovery and Creation Views of Entrepreneurship’
45. Jesper B. Sørensen (2007), ‘Bureaucracy and Entrepreneurship: Workplace Effects on Entrepreneurial Entry’
46. Kathleen M. Eisenhardt, Nathan R. Furr and Christopher B. Bingham (2010), ‘Microfoundations of Performance: Balancing Efficiency and Flexibility in Dynamic Environments’
47. R. Duane Ireland, Donald F. Kuratko and Michael H. Morris (2006), ‘A Health Audit for Corporate Entrepreneurship: Innovation at all Levels: Part I’

PART VIII DEMONSTRATING LEADERSHIP AND VISION
48. Vipin Gupta, Ian C. MacMillan and Gita Surie (2004), ‘Entrepreneurial Leadership: Developing and Measuring a Cross-Cultural Construct’
49. Javier Gimeno, Timothy B. Folta, Arnold C. Cooper and Carolyn Y. Woo (1997), ‘Survival of the Fittest? Entrepreneurial Human Capital and the Persistence of Underperforming Firms’
50. J. Michael Haynie, Dean A. Shepherd, Elaine Mosakowski and P. Christopher Earley (2010), ‘A Situated Metacognitive Model of the Entrepreneurial Mindset’
51. Saras D. Sarasvathy (2001), ‘Causation and Effectuation: Toward a Theoretical Shift from Economic Inevitability to Entrepreneurial Contingency’
52. Shaker A. Zahra (2008), ‘The Virtuous Cycle of Discovery and Creation of Entrepreneurial Opportunities’
53. Catherine M. Daily, Patricia P. McDougall, Jeffrey G. Covin and Dan R. Dalton, (2002) ‘Governance and Strategic Leadership in Entrepreneurial Firms’