Innovativeness in Organizations: The Role of LMX and Organizational Justice: The Case of Poland
The subject of the paper is the analysis of chosen determinants of innovative behaviors in the workplace (IWB). Particular focus was placed on the examination of relations between IWB and leader-member exchange (LMX), and organizational justice. Theoretical premises and empirical studies to date suggest that both LMX and organizational justice positively correlate with IWB. The examination of the variables with regard to IWB was conducted in isolation, however, which indicates that it does not verify how LMX and organizational justice jointly explain IWB. In order to analyze the problem, a survey was conducted on 201 employees of Polish firms. The analyses confirmed a positive correlation between IWB and LMX (r = 0.38; p
|This chapter was published in: Dariusz Turek & Agnieszka Wojtczuk-Turek , , pages 539-550, 2013.|
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