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Innovation Capability – Product of Innovation Culture and Climate

Manuela Varsani
University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia,


Abstract:
There is little agreement about which, and how, organizational capabilities influence firm success. In this article, the construct innovation capability is conceptualized based on the concept of organizational culture and innovational climate. Furthermore it is assumed that innovation capability is the product of the dimensions organizational culture and innovational climate. Against this background, the aim of this paper is to make a theory-based contribution to a better understanding of the innovative capability of firms or organizations, the development of a model for conceptualization and operationalization of innovation capability, as the foundation for the development of a measuring tool of innovation capability.
Thus, two research questions arise:
1. Is it possible to develop a model for innovation capability based on the dimensions innovation culture and innovational climate?
2. Is it possible to measure innovation capability, based on the assumption that it is a product of innovation culture and innovational climate?.

Keywords: employee-organization relationship, employment relations, socio-demographic characteristics, organizational behavior


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