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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (9) : 1363-1370     DOI:
研究前沿 |
The Motivation of Employee Creativity: Employee Creative Self-efficacy
(1江苏大学工商管理学院, 江苏 镇江 212013) (2南京大学商学院, 南京 210002)

(1 College of Business Administration, Jingsu University, Zhengjiang 212013, China)
(2 China School of Buiness Nanjing University, Nanjing 210013, China)

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Abstract  

Creative self-efficacy, which is defined as the belief one has the ability to produce creative outcomes, plays an important role in the employee creative process. Creative self-efficacy explains as a person’s belief that he or she can successfully perform in a particular setting, derived from Bandura’s more general concept of self-efficacy. The main factors impact on employee creative self-efficacy is summarized: leadership support, the complexity of the work, the years of employee education, work experience and work self-efficacy. The relationship between creative self-efficacy and employee innovation is analysised, positive correlation between them is tested and verified by empirical studies. Finally, Some points about future trends on the research about creative self-efficacy are put forward, which is exploring more measurement tools, doing more empirical research on particular settings and trying to find more related factors.

Keywords employee innovation      creativity      self-efficacy      employee creative self-efficacy     
Corresponding Authors: YANG Jing-Zhao   
Issue Date: 15 September 2011
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(1江苏大学工商管理学院, 江苏 镇江 212013) (2南京大学商学院, 南京 210002). The Motivation of Employee Creativity: Employee Creative Self-efficacy[J]. ,2011, 19(9): 1363-1370.
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