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Management of innovation: role of psychological empowerment, work engagement and turnover intention in the Indian context

Management of innovation: role of psychological empowerment, work engagement and turnover... The current study, while examining the fields of psychological empowerment, work engagement and innovation, found that psychological empowerment affected work engagement and led to high innovation and lower turnover intention. Psychological empowerment was found to have strong predictive power on work engagement and innovation. The sample respondents were 291 managers from the Indian industrial sectors of pharmaceutical, heavy engineering, IT, electronics and aeronautics engineering. Results of structural equation model revealed work engagement as a strong mediator between psychological empowerment and innovation. The current study provides strong empirical relationship among constructs of psychological empowerment, work engagement, innovation and turnover intention. The theoretical implications to multi-level research are drawn in the study and practical implications are discussed. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Human Resource Management Taylor & Francis

Management of innovation: role of psychological empowerment, work engagement and turnover intention in the Indian context

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1466-4399
eISSN
0958-5192
DOI
10.1080/09585192.2012.651313
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Abstract

The current study, while examining the fields of psychological empowerment, work engagement and innovation, found that psychological empowerment affected work engagement and led to high innovation and lower turnover intention. Psychological empowerment was found to have strong predictive power on work engagement and innovation. The sample respondents were 291 managers from the Indian industrial sectors of pharmaceutical, heavy engineering, IT, electronics and aeronautics engineering. Results of structural equation model revealed work engagement as a strong mediator between psychological empowerment and innovation. The current study provides strong empirical relationship among constructs of psychological empowerment, work engagement, innovation and turnover intention. The theoretical implications to multi-level research are drawn in the study and practical implications are discussed.

Journal

International Journal of Human Resource ManagementTaylor & Francis

Published: Mar 1, 2012

Keywords: management of innovation; mediating effect; multi-level research; psychological empowerment; structural equation model; work engagement

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