Diya Panchori ,
Role of Women Intrapreneurs in Organisation Effectiveness,
4 (6) IJLMH Page 1372 - 1381 (2021), DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.112410
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to understand the role of woman intrapreneurs in an organisation, what are extra exceptional approaches adopted by woman leaders, the factors which influence the acceptance or rejection of their roles as leaders and how gendered bias effect their functioning in an organisation. We will also look into the qualities and approaches that woman as an intrapreneur adopts for exceptional functioning and the inbuilt qualities which help them become efficient leaders.
Research Implication: The paper provides insights into the characteristics of a female intrapreneur. It provides an insight into how woman creates a positive impact as a entrepreneurial leader. It provides an understanding of woman leaders playing exceptional roles and outpowering gendered bias with transformational qualities.
Findings: The research found that there is a significant relationship between woman entrepreneurial roles and various factors (i.e., external, back stage and within). The given paper supports the explanation in the literature that the unique leadership roles played by woman intrapreneurs in an organisation creates better work outcomes.
Originality/ Value: The paper gives an insight into the role of woman leaders in an organisation and how various factors effects (positively or negatively) to the woman and their work engagement and productivity.
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