Author(s): Maria Grace Herlina, Dicky Hida Syahchari, Lasmy, Darjat Sudrajat and Hardijanto Saroso
It is essential to understand Entrepreneurial Orientation and its relationship to active learning, which is the bedrock of organizational learning. The thesis elucidates the entrepreneurial learning process. The study surveyed 387 knowledge workers from a variety of industries in Greater Jakarta, Indonesia. The data were gathered using two research instruments. The method of the Rasch model was used to validate the research instruments and analyses the data obtained. The findings show that knowledge workers with a high entrepreneurial orientation are more engaged in their active learning activities at the 0.05 level of significance. Additionally, knowledge workers who lack an entrepreneurial orientation partake in marginally less active learning. According to the research, knowledge workers are eager to teach from experts, partner with others to solve problems and learn how to develop themselves, their talents, and their ability to exchange knowledge to assist others. These are the forms of active learning that take place as a function of everyday activities.