The Impact of Role Stress in Organizations on Employees' Innovative Abilit
DOI: 10.23977/jcfe.2019.11001 | Downloads: 0 | Views: 65
Wang Peng 1
1 School of Economics and Management, Dalian University, No.10, Xuefu Avenue, Economic & Technical Development Zone, Dalian, Liaoning,The People's Republic of China(PRC)
Corresponding AuthorWang Peng
With the rapid development of economic globalization, enterprise competition is increasingly fierce, and innovation is the first driving force for its sustainable development. The essence of enterprise innovation is employee innovation. In order to achieve core competitive advantages, enterprises should actively encourage employees to innovate. Taking role pressure as an antecedent variable, explore its impact on employee innovation ability. In addition, emotional commitment is introduced as a mediator variable to explore how it affects employee innovation. First, the theoretical hypothesis is proposed by reviewing the relevant literature. Secondly, the questionnaire survey method is used to conduct research on the employees, and the data is analyzed and hypothesized. Finally, conclusions are drawn. It is hoped that the research results will help enterprises better relieve the pressure of employee roles and improve their innovation ability.
KEYWORDSRole pressure, Emotional commitment, Employee innovation ability
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Wang Peng, The Impact of Role Stress in Organizations on Employees' Innovative Abilit. Journal of Computational and Financial Econometrics (2019) 1: 1-3. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jcfe.2019.11001.
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