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Research on the Influencing Factors and Mechanism to Innovation Performance of Team Psychological Empowerment

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Team psychological empowerment refers to the collective cognition which team members emerge from the state that how their teams have been empowered. More empowered teams tend to perform better than the less empowered teams, especially on the innovation behavior and creative outcome. This paper presents the connotation and measurement methods of team psychological empowerment, and then summarizes and discusses the influencing factors and mechanism to innovation performance of organizations. Finally, a brief outlook for the future research has been conducted.

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Zhang, C. and Zhong, C. (2014) Research on the Influencing Factors and Mechanism to Innovation Performance of Team Psychological Empowerment. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 49-55. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.212007.

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