JSSM  Vol.7 No.6 , December 2014
The Influential Factors of Employees’ Innovative Behavior and the Management Advices
ABSTRACT
In order to obtain and maintain a competitive advantage on the vagaries of the ecological environment, the organizations must innovate continuously. There is no doubt that the employees are the main force for the organizations, and their innovative behaviors are vital for innovation performance of an organization. Therefore, the organizations have to take measures to stimulate the innovation willingness of employees and promote their innovation behavior. Based on the relevant research results, this paper sums up the main factors affecting employees’ innovative behavior including organizational commitment, psychological capital on the individual level, and organizational innovation atmosphere, leadership, social capital, work characteristics on the organizational level. In the end, the paper makes proposals for employees’ innovative behavior management.

Cite this paper
Li, X. and Zheng, Y. (2014) The Influential Factors of Employees’ Innovative Behavior and the Management Advices. Journal of Service Science and Management, 7, 446-450. doi: 10.4236/jssm.2014.76042.
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