Despite the domination of entrepreneurship approach in individual, organizational and national levels and because of global environmental competition, industrial/manufacturing firms and corporations especially in the developing countries seem to be unable to follow up this approach in their own organizations. A relevant research in 130 Iranian industrial firms in 2000, examined the entrepreneurial barriers in such firms in the form of structural and behavioral obstacles as inter-organizational and environmental elements.
This article based on the results of this field study, attempts to review organizational entrepreneurship and explain the research methodology as well as analyze the scientific findings by applying statistical methods and provide suggestions to remove the barriers in the way of corporation entrepreneurship.