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|Title:||Organizational culture orientated for the innovation: influencing variables|
Human resources management
|Publisher:||The Malopolska School of Economics|
|Citation:||Barbosa, E. (2014). Organizational culture oriented for innovation: influencing variables. The Malopolska School of Economics in Tarnow Research Papers Collection, 2(25), 37-46.|
|Abstract:||To lead employees to collectively innovate and thereby achieve business entrepreneurship, managers should project cultural values and implement them through appropriate human resource practices that affect the psychological cognition of employees. If they do it, will increase the perceived organizational support of employees in relation to organizational behavior-oriented innovation. The human resource practices to support a culture of creativity and innovation of employees are essential for the company to achieve success and develop a sustainable competitive advantage. The aim of this paper is to identify the variables inherent in organizational culture capable of enhancing an organizational culture of innovation. It is believed that the ability of innovation can be learned and trained if diffusing for the organization, cultural values, based on human resources management practices, capable of supporting an organizational behavior by employees, oriented to innovation. The methods used in this article, are methods of analysis and synthesis, and methods of induction and deduction.|
|Appears in Collections:||D-CE - Artigos em revistas com peer review|
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