Effect of intrapreneurship on to the attitudes towards to organizational change a study on managers in energy sector
In this study the relationship of intrapreneurship and attitudes towards to organizational change have been analyzed. The reason of analyzing the relationship of the both concepts is to identify how the intrapreneurship and its dimensions effect the employees’ attitudes towards to the changes in the organization. The data set in this study has been constructed through the respondents who were Turkish mid-level & high-level managers and company owners/partners from the energy and its related sectors because of the organizational changes exercised in those sectors in last decade. The findings of the data analysis has indicated that in energy and its related sectors; (1) risk averse managers are more likely to lose their jobs during the organizational change, (2) managers with engineering degrees are more likely to take risks than others and (3) risk prone managers are less resistant to the organizational change than risk averse ones.