Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Development Volume 3, Issue 1, October 2023, pages 17-48 Entrepreneurial…
JOURNAL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
The paper suggests S-O-R model that an organism’s internal feelings or Behavior (person) are caused by the external environment (stimuli). This internal processing of the activation can be conscious or unconscious and includes perceptions and environmental interpretations that influence someone’s feelings.
The aim of the paper is to approach the question of the origin of general concepts from the perspective of purely unsupervised learning that does not use prior knowledge of concepts to acquire the ability to recognize common patterns in a learning process of biological systems in the natural environment.
Semiotic Inception, Attitude Altering, and Behavioural Expression: Understanding the Foundation of Organizational Knowledge Construction
This study explores the theory of semiotics and how it is processed in the cognitive space of a person with a focus on an individual’s response to persuasive arousal, how behavior is altered, and how habits are formulated.
The results of conducted feedback workshops and interviews showed that the alignment of the new knowledge framework information architecture to the company’s service portfolio and user-friendly design enabled a quick and target-oriented search.
The article purposes to make European funds easy to understand as their requirements are explained and the most suitable scientific solution is sought. The methodology is a descriptive case study, with instrumental value.
Entrepreneurial Risk Perception and Sustainable Entrepreneurship Intention among SMEs in Algeria: A Multidimensional Approach
This study examines the relationship between entrepreneurial risk-taking perception and sustainable entrepreneurship intention among SMEs in Algeria, in addition to the precise content of such interventions.
This article analyzes the approach and opportunities of retail entrepreneurs in Namibia to understand competitive strategies in the current market. Many entrepreneurs have habitual competition knowledge. Further studies should be conducted to apply results to the entire industry and compare and contrast other retailers’ findings.
In this paper, a Council decision and a Regulation – have changed the tasks of the Board of Directors and the Executive Director in line with the evolution of the political scenario: from intergovernmental cooperation to a policy assigned by the Lisbon Treaty to the European Union.
The paper aims to identify overall job satisfaction in the Czech Republic and explore its differences between the various economic sectors. It also provides a comprehensive view of potential influence factors on job satisfaction with the emphasis on sociodemographic variables and job characteristics.