The effect of the decision-making approach to entrepreneurial personality

Ahmad Souri, Salim Gorbani, Ahmad Reza


Entrepreneurs make decisions based primarily on personality traits they are formed. As a result, without proper decision may approach problems and challenges faced by entrepreneurs. Thus, extensive research in the field of decision-making and its relationship with business is done at the individual level. In fact, without having the right approach, entrepreneurs do not have proper orientation. The mean approach depends on individual decision-making student Ferdowsi University of Mashhad not much difference. Concluded that the means of the four way certain trends in the same way and can be used in various kinds of decision-making approach. And to decide.  Due to the robust correlation can be interpreted that university students of University of Mashhad for their decisions on the basis of new firmness in you are creating. Among the various approaches decisive and resolute, stubborn and opinionated venture and with the Features a significant positive correlation with entrepreneurship.

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