Any resilient development that enables an entrepreneur to overcome a crisis is seen as an essential feature of the entrepreneur's profile. In order to acquire this quality, we must first understand how entrepreneurs perceive and assess their level of resilience. This involves defining the concept by identifying its underlying dimensions to conceptualize and measure it. Thus, this article presents the different stages of building a scale to assess the level of resilience of Tunisian entrepreneurs. These measures are based on a survey of 152 entrepreneurs following the paradigm of Churchill (1979). This paradigm allows the rigorous construction of questionnaire-type measurement tools at several scales. The validity and reliability of the structure can be verified exploratory factor analysis and the calculation of Cronbach's alpha coefficient.
NAJEH, Hajer and Morched, Salim
"Entrepreneurial resilience, a key soft skill to develop in a crisis situation: Proposal for a measurement scale,"
Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship: Vol. 32:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://repository.ulm.edu/jbe/vol32/iss2/4