Adolescents’ Entrepreneurial Orientation in terms of Perceived Self-Temperament
Rahmawati, Kuncoro Dewi
Wardhani, Fransisca Putri Intan
Kurniawan, Jimmy Ellya
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Entrepreneurial orientation is an important construct that usually affects performance, profit, product growth and innovation in a company. Some successful entrepreneurs have shown this character since adolescence. Therefore, it would be better if this entrepreneurial orientation is implemented early on. Researchers are interested in looking at the relationship between entrepreneurial orientation and personality, especially personality that is nature, referring to The Theory of Humours by Hippocrates (460 BC) and Galen (2 AD). Based on the results of the One-Way ANOVA test, it was found that there were significant differences from the four temperaments in the dimensions of innovativeness, risk taking, proactiveness and autonomy (p <0.05). Whereas in the competitive-aggressiveness dimension it is known that there are no significant differences in the four temperaments (p> 0.05). Overall, entrepreneurial orientation variables, obtained results that there are significant differences in entrepreneurial orientation from the four temperaments (p> 0.05).