The overall objective of the study was to learn if entrepreneurs display significant differences in terms of various management qualities and characteristics when compared to professional managers. More specifi­ cally, the general theme invol ved an attempt to learn if there is a signifi­ cant relationship between entrepreneurs and professional managers in terms of their basic psychological aptitudes toward managing. The re­ search was carried out by examining a number of the most important un­ derpinning psychosocial aspects that have been demonstrated as valid predictors of management performance. Following this, the study sought to answer a number of questions concerning how entrepreneurs stack up against professional managers in terms of their management interest, leadership, energy level, practical thinking, management responsibility, interpersonal skills, and business ethics. The researcher’s supposition, and the study’s basic thesis, was that entrepreneurs do not necessarily make good managers. The researcher believed several relationships of significance could be illustrated by examining each of these aforemen­ tioned issues.