Bottom-Up Building of an Innovative Organization

@article{Park2014BottomUpBO,
  title={Bottom-Up Building of an Innovative Organization},
  author={S. H. Park and J. Kim and A. Krishna},
  journal={Management Communication Quarterly},
  year={2014},
  volume={28},
  pages={531 - 560}
}
This article proposes a theoretical model to understand the ways in which organizations can increase employees’ voluntary intrapreneurship and motivated business information seeking and sharing, scouting, via relationship building. Three management strategies—managerial receptiveness to innovative effort, employee empowerment, and communication symmetry—have been tested for their effects on quality of organization–employee relationship (OER), and the effects of OERs on employee’s… Expand
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