Systemic Action Learning and Action Research (SALAR) can be seen as interactive processes between executives/ leaders or entrepreneurs, their intermediaries and the practitioner-researcher in a process to investigate and find possible solutions to challenges they face within the business environment.
Developing a program and interventions to enhance entrepreneurship. The primary focus is Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy.
To develop an action learning program to enhance entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy.
The program consists of three interventions:
- Application of multiple-intelligence classroom practices to youth in order to enhance their entrepreneurial self-efficacy.
- To facilitate business engagement to youth entrepreneurship though business incubation in order to enhance entrepreneurial self-efficacy.
- To establish if the combination of the application of multiple intelligence teaching practices and exposure to business incubation result into business start-ups.