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208 The Impact of Innovation Climate & Job Satisfaction on Corporate Entrepreneurship Muhammad Farrukh Segi University, Malaysia Shahid Iqbal Ripah University, Islamabad, Pakistan Tanzila and Ikram Khan GC University, Faisalabad, Sahiwal Campus, Pakistan Abstract This study verified corporate entrepreneurship, innovation climate and Job satisfaction (person- job fit, Salary Benefit) as the research framework. Through a literature review, we examined causal relationship among these variables. The climate for innovation is demonstrated by team unity, administrative encouragement, resources, independence, as well as openness to innovation. Recent studies have showed a lack of research in conventional mechanized firms on innovative climate. The relationship model was examined with regression analysis, and all hypotheses established support. This result implied that climate for the innovation enhanced corporate entrepreneurship. Keywords: Innovation climate, job satisfaction, corporate entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship Introduction * Growing consideration is being given to innovation as a factor of achievement for ongoing competitive advantage of corporate entrepreneurship. Innovation, which is symbol of making something novel, has been considered for many years ( Zaltman et al., 1973 ). In this research paper, we examined dissimilar aspects of the job satisfaction (person-job fit and salary benefit) and how these affect corporate entrepreneurship intentions (Lee et al., 2011). Entrepreneurship, or entrepreneurship within existing organizations, has generated considerable research over the past few Corresponding author's Name: Muhammad Farrukh Email address: [email protected] decades. Most of the researches have focused on examine how corporate entrepreneurial organizations differ from the other type of organization (Kreiser et al., 2002). The essence of entrepreneurship or corporate entrepreneurship is innovation, through early effort by Miller and Frisen (1982) in contention that entrepreneurial organizations were differentiated by their concrete intention to innovate by taking risk in the process. Job satisfaction is the point where any employee gets pleasure from his or her work ( Price and Mueller, 1981 ). Job satisfaction has already been taken as a measure to know the welfare of the employee and also been connected with employee output as well as security (Harter et al., 2002). Previously as there are many research studies which have been done on job Journal of Asian Business Strategy journal homepage: http://aessweb.com/journal-detail.php?id=5006
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Journal of Asian Business Strategy, 4(12)2014: 208-216 209 satisfaction but dissimilar aspects of the job satisfaction (person-job fit and salary benefit) and how these affect corporate entrepreneurial intentions (Lee et al., 2011) is need to be examined.
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