A SYNTHESIS OF THE THEORIES IN INNOVATIVE BEHAVIOR
Keywords:Theory, Innovative Behavior, Literature Reviews
This documentary research aims to search and synthesize the theories on employee innovative behavior by using a literature review and content analysis. Research Synthesis based on 25 topics. The results of the study indicated that the theories on innovative behavior is composed of 2 major themes; 1) The first theme focuses on explaining the factors on the individual level, and 2) explaining on the relationship between the person and the external factors including work environment, job characteristic, goal and leadership role of the organization. The results from this study show that using the highlighted elements to explain the phenomena existing in the present and creating all research hypotheses or propositions for further empirical testing.
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