The increased competition in the business environment requires organizations
to be innovative and dynamic in order to survive. Entrepreneurial behaviour holds
the enabling forces for such innovative and dynamic behaviour and could also
become a strategic advantage for an organization. The purpose of this research
is to investigate the influence of organizational culture on entrepreneurial capital
of employees. A quantitative research methodology was followed to collect the
research data. The organizational culture of 185 respondent’s organizations was
measured with the organizational culture assessment instrument and was
classified according to the competing values model. The entrepreneurial intent,
a proxy for entrepreneurial capital, of these respondents was measured with the
theory of a planned behavior instrument. Sequential multiple regression
analysis was used to analyse the relationship between entrepreneurial intent and
organizational culture. The results confirm that an organization’s culture indirectly
influences entrepreneurial capital through the antecedent of planned behaviour.
This research contributes to explaining why certain organizations are more
entrepreneurial than others.