In the digital era, an innovative capability is viewed as core to the competitiveness of a firm. Firms can increase their innovative capability by taking advantage of individual innovative behavior. Thus, it is crucial to find out which individual and/or contextual factors promote individual innovative behavior at work. In response to promoting individual innovative behavior innovation, perceived entrepreneurial orientation of firms, perceived innovative climate, digital maturity and self-leadership may motivate individuals to engage in innovative behavior in the workplace. Therefore, this research seeks to gain a better understanding of how perceived entrepreneurial orientation of firms, perceived innovative climate, digital maturity, and self-leadership influence individual innovative behavior in the banking sector. A questionnaire survey was conducted and 125 valid replies were received. The results of this study indicate that employees working in the banking industry, which have a high digital maturity, are more likely to engage in innovative behavior when firms support entrepreneurial orientated strategies, an innovative climate, and when employees adopt self-leadership skills.
|Publication status||Published - 1 Aug 2022|
|Event||82nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management: Creating a Better World Together - Seattle, United States|
Duration: 5 Aug 2022 → 9 Aug 2022
|Conference||82nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management|
|Abbreviated title||AOM 2022|
|Period||5/08/22 → 9/08/22|