İnovasyon, işletmelerin yeni fikir ve ürünler geliştirerek piyasada yeni yerler edinmeleri ya da olan pozisyonlarını daha da güçlendirmeleridir. Örgütlerin daha yenilikçi yani inovatif davranabilmeleri için örgüt kültürlerinin de yeniliğe açık ve teşvik eder yapıda olması çok önemlidir. Bu çalışmada yenilikçi örgüt ikliminin çalışanların işe adanmaları üzerinde olumlu etkisi olacağı öngörülmüş ve bu ilişkiyi test etmek için Türkiye’de faaliyet gösteren kurumsal şirketlerde görev yapan beyaz yakalı çalışanlar üzerinde bir saha araştırması düzenlenmiştir. İlgili saha araştırmasında 203 kullanılabilir anket elde edilmiştir. Araştırmaya Araştırma sonuçları SPSS 20. ile analiz edilmiştir. Çalışmada öncelikle yenilikçi örgüt iklimi ve işe adanma kavramları üzerinde durulmuş daha sonra da bu iki kavram arasındaki ilişkiyi inceleyen saha araştırmasına ait sonuçların analizlerine yer verilmiştir. Analiz sonuçlarına göre hipotezlerde varsayıldığı gibi yenilikçi örgüt iklimi çalışanların işe adanma eğilimleri üzerinde pozitif etkiye sahip olduğu görülmüştür.
Innovation is the ability of contemporary organizations to develop new ideas and products, to gain new positions in the market or to strengthen their existing positions. In order for organizations to behave more innovative, it is very important that organizational cultures are open to innovation and encouraging. In this study, the innovative organizational climate is predicted to have a positive impact work engagement of employees. To test this relationship, a field research on white-collar employees who work in corporate companies operating in Turkey was arranged.203 usable questionnaires were obtained in the relevant field research. The results of the research were analyzed with SPSS 20. In this study, firstly the concepts of innovative organizational climate and devotion to work are discussed, and then the results of the field research examining the relationship between these two concepts are given. According to the results of the analysis, the hypothesis hypotheses that the innovative organizational climate has a positive effect on employees' work engagement.
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