Entrepreneurship is a vital source for economic growth, economic competitiveness, job creation and the
advancement of societal interests, and an organizational entrepreneurship is a proceeding that organization
will notice the opportunity by its way and the factor of the production will be creatively ordered for
creation of gain value. For entrepreneurship to emerge and succeed, there must be the existence of an
environment of opportunities that entrepreneurship can and will seize to the organization’s advantage. Also,
to facilitate organizational entrepreneurship, it is needed to create a creative climate within organizations.
The definition of organizational climate for creativity is as an attribute of the organizations, a conglomerate
of attitudes, feelings, and behavior which characterizes life in organizations, and exists independently of the
perceptions and understandings of the members of the organization; it is conceived as an organizational
reality in an 'objectivistic' sense and therefore is not identical to organizational culture. One of the indexes
for Organizational entrepreneurship is creativity support. Therefore, it must develop better practices and
policies geared toward a greater organizational entrepreneurship. It is suggested that the organization is
looking into ways of improving its entrepreneurship by considering challenge, freedom, idea time, trust and
openness, dynamism, debates, conflicts, risk-taking, and idea support within organization.