The Effect of Strategic Planning on Entrepreneurship Strategy Requirements (The Case of Private Hospitals in Iraqi Erbil City)

  • This study aimed to examine the effect of strategic planning that is represented by three dimensions (top management support, technology, and strategic goals) on entrepreneurship strategy requirements that is represented by three dimensions (creative capabilities, risk-taking, and entrepreneurial culture) related to the perspectives of employees at private hospitals in Iraqi Kurdistan Region Erbil city. A survey questionnaire has been used to collect data, and the questionnaires were distributed randomly to (150) health staff comprising a number of private hospitals, (146) staff were able to fill and return the questionnaires however (142) of the questionnaires were suitable for the purpose of statically analyzing. The questionnaire encompassed two sections with 30 closed-ended questions. Data collected was analyzed quantitatively by using SPSS program version 20. The results of the study concluded that there is a moderate and positive correlation as well as a significant impact of strategic planning on entrepreneurship strategy requirements.

  • Hazhar Omer Muhammed
  • International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding (IJMMU)
  • 01/10/2020