Intrapreneurship: As the outcome of entrepreneurship education among business students

Rahman, Haikal ORCID:, Hasibuan, Ali Fikri ORCID:, Syah, Dedy Husrizal ORCID:, Sagala, Gaffar Hafiz and Prayogo, Rangga Restu ORCID: (2022) Intrapreneurship: As the outcome of entrepreneurship education among business students. Cogent Education, 9 (1). DOI

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Nowadays, entrepreneurship is a subject that attracts attention for all majors in higher education. However, the determination of learning outcomes in entrepreneurship education is still debatable, especially in non-entrepreneurship majors. This study aims to 1) examine the role of attitude toward entrepreneurship, which is proxied by the entrepreneurial mindset, towards intrapreneurship belief among business students and 2) measure how motivation affecting the attitude toward entrepreneurship among business students. Researchers collecting the data using surveys among business students at the State University of Medan. The survey was conducted using an electronic questionnaire designed with a 7-Likert scale. The distribution of the questionnaires was carried out using the snowball technique in student study groups. With the simple random sampling technique, the researcher collected 205 data, which further analyzed using variance-based SEM. The results indicate that the cognitive component was a key instrument in forming intrapreneurship belief among students. Meanwhile, motivation is a determining factor that shapes attitude toward entrepreneurship. This study recommends a meaningful learning process that shapes entrepreneurial cognition. This is because learners are now instilling entrepreneurship in themselves, no longer through their beliefs of experience and family background, but through the skills, they have learned and explained rationally.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:entrepreneurship, cognition, innovation management, intrapreneurship, teaching & learning, continuing professional development
Divisions:Corvinus Doctoral Schools
Subjects:Business economics
Management, business policy, business strategy
ID Code:7765
Deposited By: MTMT SWORD
Deposited On:07 Dec 2022 08:38
Last Modified:07 Dec 2022 08:38

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