Modeling a Climate of Innovation in the Company as a Key to Success
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Organizational climate, forming the background for human activities in a company as well as the almost tangible managerial culture, is an important factor defining efficiency. It can facilitate achieving targets, but it can also be a destructive factor hampering company effectiveness. Thus, modeling a climate of innovation supporting employee self-reliance and responsibility becomes a vital problem facing the modern manager. An innovational climate supported by a horizontally complex organizational structure free of formalism stimulates the enterprise. Another important factor is acquiescence to either relevant creativity or risk. A major value of such a climate is the creative approach to problem solving and broad employee creativity.
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