Author(s): Angela Oktavia Suryani, Benedicta Prihatin DWI Riyanti and Christine Winstinindah Sandroto
This research aims to develop a psychological instrument measuring entrepreneurial competences in the situational judgment test model. All cases and choices of answers were collected through interviews with entrepreneurs. The experts reported the validation of the cases and scores weight of the alternative choices. The testing of the psychometric attributes involved 114 items and 191 entrepreneurs as participants from industrial cities in Indonesia. An EFA was executed with the Oblimin rotation method producing adequate and reliable three dimensions of competencies with 22 items. These three dimensions are the ability to see opportunities, influence others strategically, and the achievement ability. In the following research, psychometric testing is designed to involve external variables.