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    • 7.

      Passing along information to co-workers.

  • 2)

    Innovative Role (adapted from Morrison & Phelps, 1999; Scott & Bruce, 1994).

    • 1.

      Generating creative ideas. (Retained)

    • 2.

      Promoting and championing ideas to others. (Retained)

    • 3.

      Being innovative. (Retained)

    • 6.

      Adopting improved procedures for doing your job.

    • 7.

      Changing the way that work is done in order to be more effective.

    • 8.

      Instituting new work methods that are more effective for the company.

    • 9.

      Bringing about improved methods and procedures for your/her work unit and department.

    • 10.

      Changing organizational rules and policies that are non-productive or counterproductive.

    • 11.

      Making constructive suggestions for improving how things operate within the company.

    • 12.

      Correcting faulty procedures and practices.

    • 13.

      Eliminating redundant or unnecessary procedures.

    • 14.

      Introducing new structures, technologies, or approaches to improve efficiency.

    • 15.

      Suggesting or implementing solutions to pressuring organizational problems.

  • 3)

    Achievement Role (new items)

    • 1.

      Being aggressive and wanting to win at all costs.

    • 2.

      Showing senior managers/executives that my ideas and work are better than that of others in your organization.

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