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How to Support Innovative Behaviour? the Role of LMX and Satisfaction with HR Practices (Scientific Research)

Technology and Investment 2010, Feb, 1, 1

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1. How to Support Innovative Behaviour? For contemporary organizations, the financial attractiveness of their products and/or services is mostly not enough to guarantee sustainable survive: goods also have to be of high-quality and preferably unique [1,2]. Uniqueness refers to innovation: "the development and implementation of new ideas by people" [3]. It is claimed that innovative behaviour of employees defined as the creation, introduction and application of new ideas within a group or organization in order to benefit performance [4,5] is crucial for the long-time survival of organizations [3,6-9].

How to Support Innovative Behaviour? the Role of LMX and Satisfaction with HR Practices (Scientific Research)
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  • Category: Computers
  • Published: 01 February 2010
  • Publisher: Scientific Research Publishing, Inc.
  • Print Length: 28 Pages
  • Language: English
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