Dominant determinant characteristics of innovative behavior of new entrepreneur candidates

In the global competition era and in Covid 19 pandemic period, the innovative competence of
emerging entrepreneurs relies on the positive characters they should have. The present study was
aimed to formulate a reinforcement model of innovative behavior through the identification of
dominant determinant factors. The study employed survey methods and involved variables of innovative
behavior
(Y), creativity (X1), technology literacy (X2), and risk-taking behavior (X3). The respondents were 86 final year students of Faculty of Business Economics (emerging entrepreneur candidates) as the samples, and the data were further analyzed by multiple regression. The creativity (X1), technology literacy (X2), and risk-taking behavior (X3) contribute simultaneously at 45.70 percent to the development of innovative behavior (Y);

b) the applicable prediction model of innovative behavior is Y=1.171+0.622X
1+0.170 X 2-0.080X 3 ; mean while, the creativity yielded the most significant sensitivity in developing the innovative behavior variable compared to the technology literacy and risk-taking behavior variables;
c) it is worth noting that risk-taking behavior is not among the contributing factors; in fact, this variable constrains an individual to be innovative (if it is too high);
e) the variable of creativity is inline with innovation


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Iffah Budiningsih, Heri Sukamto, Sari Mujiani

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