The Multi-level Homologous Logic and Prospective Research Concept on the Effects of Creativity and Ambidextrous Leadership on Innovative Performance

Katarzyna Piórkowska


The aim of the paper is to develop a conceptual research framework with regard to the relationships between creativity, ambidextrous leadership and innovative performance incorporating a multi-level homologous perspective. The aim has been achieved through critical extensive literature studies. The overarching key finding is that the effects of creativity and ambidextrous leadership on innovative performance may be examined within a multi-level homologous approach illustrating the associations among creativity, creative performance, and organizational performance at the individual, team, and organizational performance. The first section presents a general overview of the creativity phenomenon, namely creativity conceptualization as well as antecedents and effects at individual, team, and organizational level. The creativity with regard to ambidextrous leadership has been highlighted in the second section. Then, creativity, ambidextrous leadership and innovative performance in terms of a multi-level homologous research concept (specifically, a model, propositions, and measurement tools proposed) have been illustrated in the third section. Final remarks and research directions have been posed in the last section
Author Katarzyna Piórkowska (MISaF / IOaM / KSiMZ)
Katarzyna Piórkowska,,
- Katedra Strategii i Metod Zarządzania
Journal seriesJournal of Management Research, ISSN 1941-899X, (5 pkt)
Issue year2017
Publication size in sheets1.25
Keywords in Englishcreativity, ambidextrous leadership, creative and innovative performance
Languageen angielski
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ScoreMinisterial score = 5.0, 30-09-2019, ArticleFromJournal
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