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Title: Top management and organizational innovation: review and future directions
Authors: 徐聯恩;Chen, Maggie H. F.;Lin, Binshan
Hsu, Lien-An;Chen, Maggie H. F.;Lin, Binshan
Contributors: 幼教所
Keywords: administrative innovation;innovation;leadership;organisational innovation;technological innovation;top management;Top Management Team;TMT.
Date: 1996-07
Issue Date: 2015-10-30 17:52:28 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This study reviews the relevant literature on the relation between top management and the organisational innovation based on 21 empirical studies. This study found that: (1) Top management directly influence organisational innovation via characteristics, leadership and behaviour of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)/Top Management Team (TMT); (2) Top management influence organisational innovation via mediators. The first mediator is strategic decision or choice made by CEO/TMT. The second is the outcomes of top management. Meanwhile, commitment, communication and involvement of CEO/TMT can serve as mediators between organisational activities and organisational innovation; (3) Three levels of variables moderate the relationship between top management and organisational innovation, the first is the social level, including social–cultural context, culture and technological dynamism; the second is the organisational level, e.g. the novelty of business; the third is the group level, including interfunctional coordination of TMT and managerial creativity of TMT.
Relation: International Journal of Innovation and Learning, 5(5), 533-556
Data Type: article
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