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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.6.NQ22008

Factors Influencing Innovative Behavior in Organizations

Natineeporn Rattanawichai, Mongkolchai Wiriyapinit, Jintavee Khlaisang


The aim of this review was to identify the elements that influence innovative behavior within an organization. The process of knowledge creation (SECI process) has an effect on the effectiveness of innovative behavior in organizations, according to the associated literature study, since knowledge creation is regarded as a primary source of inventiveness that contributes to innovative behavior in enterprises. In order to construct a conceptual design, this exploratory study utilized a comprehensive literature review and expert interview to identify the likely variables of innovative behavior. As a consequence, knowledge sharing (KS), self-efficacy (SE), problem-solving capacity (PS), collaborative skill (CS), innovation culture (IC), organizational supportiveness (OS), learning culture (LC), and executive leadership (EL) have all been identified as relevant contributors.


Knowledge Sharing (KS), Self-efficacy (SE), Problem Solving (PS), Collaborative Skill (CS), Innovation Culture (IC), Organizational Supportiveness (OS), Learning Culture (LC), and Executive Leadership (EL).

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