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      Enhancing employee creativity via individual skill development and team knowledge sharing: Influences of dual-focused transformational leadership : Influences of Dual-Focused TFL on Creativity

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      Journal of Organizational Behavior
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          Team-level predictors of innovation at work: a comprehensive meta-analysis spanning three decades of research.

          This article presents a meta-analysis of team-level antecedents of creativity and innovation in the workplace. Using a general input-process-output model, the authors examined 15 team-level variables researched in primary studies published over the last 30 years and their relation to creativity and innovation. An exhaustive search of the international innovation literature resulted in a final sample (k) of 104 independent studies. Results revealed that team process variables of support for innovation, vision, task orientation, and external communication displayed the strongest relationships with creativity and innovation (rhos between 0.4 and 0.5). Input variables (i.e., team composition and structure) showed weaker effect sizes. Moderator analyses confirmed that relationships differ substantially depending on measurement method (self-ratings vs. independent ratings of innovation) and measurement level (individual vs. team innovation). Team variables displayed considerably stronger relationships with self-report measures of innovation compared with independent ratings and objective criteria. Team process variables were more strongly related to creativity and innovation measured at the team than the individual level. Implications for future research and pragmatic ramifications for organizational practice are discussed in conclusion.
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              Individual Power Distance Orientation and Follower Reactions to Transformational Leaders: A Cross-Level, Cross-Cultural Examination

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                Journal
                Journal of Organizational Behavior
                J. Organiz. Behav.
                Wiley
                08943796
                March 2017
                March 2017
                September 14 2016
                : 38
                : 3
                : 439-458
                Affiliations
                [1 ]University of Connecticut; Storrs Connecticut U.S.A.
                [2 ]University of Maryland, College Park; College Park Maryland U.S.A.
                [3 ]Peking University; Beijing China
                [4 ]San Francisco State University; San Francisco California U.S.A.
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                10.1002/job.2134
                a712ec77-c990-4fea-b350-2bbd3f69c19f
                © 2016

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