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Aligning Leader Behaviors With Innovation Requirements Improves Performance: An Experimental Study
In this experiment, the effect of the alignment of leader behaviors with innovation requirements was investigated. A sample of N = 245 students participated in a laboratory experiment. Participants had to address either creativity or implementation requirements within a task and received a leadership manipulation in a video message. Results showed that the alignment of leader behaviors with innovation requirements led to improved performance. These findings contribute to the literature by addressing the specific requirements within the innovation process and by showing that aligning leader behaviors with these requirements contribute to performance in the innovation process.
CitationIn: Frontiers in Psychology Volume 11 (2020-07-07) , S. Article 1332 ; ISSN 1664-1078
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