Passing along information to co-workers.
Innovative Role (adapted from Morrison & Phelps, 1999; Scott & Bruce, 1994).
Generating creative ideas. (Retained)
Promoting and championing ideas to others. (Retained)
Being innovative. (Retained)
Adopting improved procedures for doing your job.
Changing the way that work is done in order to be more effective.
Instituting new work methods that are more effective for the company.
Bringing about improved methods and procedures for your/her work unit and department.
Changing organizational rules and policies that are non-productive or counterproductive.
Making constructive suggestions for improving how things operate within the company.
Correcting faulty procedures and practices.
Eliminating redundant or unnecessary procedures.
Introducing new structures, technologies, or approaches to improve efficiency.
Suggesting or implementing solutions to pressuring organizational problems.
Achievement Role (new items)
Being aggressive and wanting to win at all costs.
Showing senior managers/executives that my ideas and work are better than that of others in your organization.