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Wojtczuk-Turek Agnieszka (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland)
Tytuł
Innovative Work Behavior and Psychological Capital - Analysis of Relationships
Innowacyjne zachowanie w pracy i kapitał psychologiczny - analiza zależności
Źródło
Organizacja i Zarządzanie : kwartalnik naukowy, 2012, nr 3 (19), s. 71-88, tab., bibliogr. 44 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Zachowania pracownika, Kreatywność personelu
Employee behaviours, Employees creativity
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Celem badania jest poszukiwanie podmiotowych uwarunkowań innowacyjnego zachowania w pracy, rozumianego jako generowanie, promowanie i wdrażanie pomysłów. Stwierdzone w dotychczasowych badaniach związki zachowania innowacyjnego ze zmiennymi podmiotowymi uzasadniają potrzebę włączenia do badań kapitału psychologicznego - obejmującego nadzieję, optymizm, skuteczność i odporność, jako zmiennej wyjaśniającej. Badaniami objęto pracowników różnych szczebli średnich i dużych firm, działających na terenie Polski. Zgodnie z hipotezą innowacyjne zachowanie jest związane z kapitałem psychologicznym. Wyniki wielokrotnej analizy regresji ukazują, że trzy wymiary: "przekonanie o własnej skuteczności", "nadzieja", "odporność" są głównymi predyktorami innowacyjnego zachowania w pracy. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The purpose of the this study is to identify individual predicators of employees‟ innovative work behavior (IWB), defined as generating, promoting, and implementing ideas. Research to date confirms the relationships between innovative behavior and these individual predicators, which strengthens the justification, and need, for including psychological capital - comprised of hope, optimism, efficacy and resilience - into research as an explanatory variable. The study included research which covered employees from medium-sized and large companies operating in Poland. As hypothesized, innovative work behavior was found to be related to employees‟ psychological capital. The results of multiple regression analysis show that three dimensions, "self-efficacy", "hope" and "resilience", are the main predictors of innovative work behavior. (original abstract)
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Język
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