Chun Hu1, Chuanjian Wu2, Le Yu3
1School of Digital Economics and Management, Chengdu Textile College, Chengdu, China
2Further Education Centre, Chengdu Textile College, Chengdu, China
3School of Hospitality Management, Guangdong Engineering, Polytechnic, Qingyuan, China
To explore the impact of innovation self-efficacy on innovation behavior and the mediating role of work involvement, a questionnaire survey was conducted on employees in 19 provinces in China, including Sichuan and Chongqing, and descriptive statistical analysis, reliability analysis, validity analysis, analysis of variance, correlation analysis and regression analysis were conducted using SPSS software. And draw a conclusion: 1. The innovation behavior innovation self-efficacy, and work involvement of the surveyed enterprise employees were above moderate.2.There are differences between gender and innovation self-efficacy, between company establishment and company nature, and between innovation self-efficacy and innovation behavior, and between company tenure and innovation self-efficacy, work involvement and innovation behavior.3.There are significant positive correlations between innovation self-efficacy and work involvement, between innovation self-efficacy and innovation behavior and between work involvement and innovation behavior. Work involvement partially mediates the relationship between innovative self-efficacy and innovative behavior, work involvement partially mediates the relationship between innovative self-efficacy and innovative idea generation, work involvement partially mediates the relationship between innovative self-efficacy and innovative idea promotion, and work involvement partially mediates the relationship between innovative self-efficacy and innovative idea practice. In response to the findings of the study, it is suggested that enterprises can encourage employees more and provide them with a platform to showcase their work, they can also provide more benefits to increase the degree of work involvement of employees, and they can also establish a sharing culture to encourage employees to learn and share to enhance their internal power of innovation.
Innovation Self-Efficacy, Innovation Behavior, Work Involvement
Chun Hu, Chuanjian Wu, Le Yu. The Impact of Innovation Self-Efficacy on Innovation Behavior: The Mediating Role of Work Involvement. International Journal of Frontiers in Sociology (2023), Vol. 5, Issue 13: 14-20. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFS.2023.051303.
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