Evolution of Leadership and Organizational Culture Research on Innovation Field: 12 Years of Analysis

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Many scholars assume that both leadership and organization culture play important roles in fostering innovation. The paper analyzes 12 years of leadership and organizational culture on innovation field research in the top eight management journals. The purpose of this paper is to summarize the relation studies between the two factors to investigate connections between organizational culture and leadership. Through a content analysis, it studies the relationship between leadership and organizational culture and its related studies to innovation on each journal. Moreover, the finding showed evolution of research on the 12 years of analysis. At the end, the paper is concluded by discussing several issues in leadership and organizational culture that need further investigation.

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Zennouche, M. and Zhang, J. (2014) Evolution of Leadership and Organizational Culture Research on Innovation Field: 12 Years of Analysis. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 388-392. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.24044.

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