Entrepreneurship Management Practices in Creating Effective Schools

  •  D. Ayub    
  •  Norasmah Othman    


The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship and contribution of successful entrepreneurial management practice in developing an effective school. The characteristics of successful entrepreneurs include the desire for excellence, determination, self-control, and innovative. Meanwhile, the characteristics of effective schools include commitment, academic achievement, community support, and the quality of graduates surveyed from the perspective of administrators as administrators plays an important role in the management to form an effective school. This study used a survey method using questionnaires. The study sample involving 180 school administrators is randomly selected from 72 schools. The results showed a significant relationship between management which is based on the characteristics of a successful entrepreneur with the establishment of an effective school. Meanwhile, entrepreneurial management features give a significant contribution in the development of an effective school. The implications of this study indicate that successful entrepreneurial management practice should be integrated in the management style and management culture in schools.

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