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30Franklin Publishing CompanyBusiness Journal for EntrepreneursVolume 2016Issue 430Entrepreneurial Human Relations And Organizational BehaviorTy Jesinoski, Austin Peay State University, Gloria J. Miller, AustinPeay State University, John X. Volker, Austin Peay State UniversityAbstractThis paper will analyze how the characteristics of human resource management (HRM),entrepreneurship, and organizational behavior can be linked to lead to company success.Each topic will be introduced and discussed in relation to the dynamic business worldthat exists in modern society. With the increasing popularity of entrepreneurship firmsover the last decade or so, it is important to understand why some are more successfulthan others. Success for entrepreneurial firms can be achieved through effective HRMstrategies and creating a culture and behaviors shaped around the entrepreneurialmindset. By further exploring the intersectionality of HRM, entrepreneurship, andorganizational behavior, a greater understanding of how the topics relate, differ, andaffect each other can contribute to future successful business endeavors.Keywords:entrepreneurship, human resource management, organizational behavior,entrepreneurial mindsetIntroductionSucceeding in corporate America is not an easy task; it never has been and neverwill be. With the continued advancements of technology, innovations, changing lifestyleand demands, businesses have to be ready for what is next. Entrepreneurial companiesare often referred as startup firms as they create new resources or combine existingresources in new ways (Garcia-Morales, Llorens-Montes & Verdu-Jover, 2006). In recentyears the business industry has seen more and more startup firms have well recognizedsuccess. Companies such as Uber, Zenefits, DraftKings, Postmates, and OfferUp come tomind due to their popularity, success, and marketing strategies. The question becomes,
31Franklin Publishing CompanyBusiness Journal for EntrepreneursVolume 2016Issue 431how is it that startups succeed, fail, and/or flourish to the top? Throughout this paper, theentrepreneurial mindset will be examined through a Human Resource Management(HRM) lens which plays a significant role in organizational behavior. This paper willanalyze the intersectionality of HRM, entrepreneurship, and organizational behavior todetermine possible characteristics of success.Literature ReviewFirst, it is important to fully understand the components. Human ResourceManagement (HRM) specific practices are crucial to the success of a company. OftenHRM practices are underrated and not tapped into enough to ensure organizationalsuccess (Guest, 2011).HRM essentially makes up the working structure of anorganization. It includes practices such as managing the legal environment, staffing,traininganddevelopment,employeerelations,laborandindustrialrelations,compensation and benefits, safety and security, and ethics and sustainability. All of these

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Term
Winter
Professor
Ir. Fariani Hermin
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Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, entrepreneurships, Franklin Publishing Company

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