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2016 | 4 | nr 3 | 9--15
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Creativity and Performance. Testing Ambidextrous Hypotheses in the Context of Polish SME's

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Twórczość i efektywność. Testując hipotezy obustronności w kontekście polskich małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw
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This study, using data from 158 small and medium-sized Polish enterprises, develops the theory on how organizational creativity links to a firm's performance. I address this gap by studying the varying impact of creative novelty and creative usefulness on a firm's profitability and growth. Drawing on the firm's performance theory, I find that objective and subjective measures have distinct performance effects. As a result, organizational creativity becomes effective in different ways. Broadly speaking, these findings have important implications for organizational creativity research.(original abstract)
Niniejsze opracowanie rozwija teorię na temat powiązań twórczości organizacyjnej z efektywnością organizacyjną przedsiębiorstwa, wykorzystując dane pozyskane ze 158 polskich małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw. By wypełnić tę lukę, badano różny wpływ twórczej nowości i twórczej użyteczności na rentowność i wzrost przedsiębiorstwa. Opierając się na teorii efektywności organizacyjnej, zauważa się, że obiektywne i subiektywne miary mają różne efekty działania. W rezultacie twórczość organizacyjna może być efektywna w różny sposób. Ogólnie wyniki te mają ważne implikacje dla badań twórczości organizacyjnej.(abstrakt oryginalny)
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4
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9--15
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  • University of Economics in Katowice
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