Aims to provide a theoretical basis for, and overview of, self‐evaluation as a beneficial practice. Discusses six issues: (1) types of entrepreneurial organizations and metaphors which may be used to think about them; (2) how self‐evaluation is usefully seen as a learning process; (3) common problems which trigger learning by organizations; (4) Self‐Evaluation and Effectiveness Review Model (SEER) as a proposed learning process; (5) how learning can help firms to overcome problems and improve members′ effective performance; and (6) the utility of the SEER concept in a world with variable national management cultures. Hopes to persuade an influential entrepreneur of the need to plan a process which will network members′ learning for the benefit of their organization.
Murphy, J. (1992), "Entrepreneurial Organizations and Self‐evaluation: Learning to Improve Effectiveness through SEER", Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Vol. 13 No. 5, pp. 28-39. https://doi.org/10.1108/01437739210016213
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