Chapter 20: Cognitive Adaptability and an Entrepreneurial Task: The Role of Metacognitive Ability and Feedback
Scholars have focused considerable effort toward understanding the antecedents to “success” in entrepreneurship — why are some individuals more adept at discovering, evaluating, and exploiting opportunities than others? While different answers have been proposed to this question, a strongly supported proposition relates prior entrepreneurial knowledge to a myriad of positive outcomes in entrepreneurship (Shane, 2000).
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