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Performance implications of industry appropriability for manufacturing SMEs : the role of technology orientation
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2014)
Purpose – Industry appropriability – the degree to which firms in an industry can appropriate benefits from their innovations – is a crucial dimension of industry environment. Small and medium manufacturing enterprises ...
Why do you need me? leadership and its linkages to innovation in Indian organizations
(NHRD Network Journal, 2015-10)
The present study presents a qualitative study of the leadership that is essential for driving innovation in organisations. Based on a grounded-theoretic investigation of interviews conducted with scientists working in ...
Bridging the creativity – innovation divide: an investigation of R&D professionals’ experiences from India
(Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 2014)
The present study presents a qualitative study of the process through which creative ideas are converted into new products. Based on a grounded-theoretic investigation of 52 interviews conducted with scientists working in ...
When are rewards bad for innovation? Leaders as catalysts for positive linkages between work motivation and innovation
(WorldatWork Journal, 2018-11)
Building on the foundations of self-determination theory of motivation, the present study investigates the association between leader behaviors, autonomous motivation and employee innovativeness (innovative work behavior ...
Relationships between leadership, motivation and employee-level innovation: evidence from India
(Personnel Review, 2020)
Integrating the behavioral theory of leadership, the componential theory of creativity and the self-determination theory (SDT), the study tests the relationships between leadership, work motivation (intrinsic motivation, ...