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1

2

3

4

I I I C

.89 .89 .91 -.06

-.11 .07 -.07 .65

.00 .08 -.06 -.05

.01 .05 -.03 -.20

C

-.01

.90

-.05

.08

C

.07

.83

-.03

-.01

C

-.06

.76

.09

.09

H

-.04

-.03

.71

.04

H

.03

-.05

.63

-.06

H

-.02

.07

.94

.01

A

.39

.05

.03

-.46

A

-.10

-.01

-.09

-1.02

A

.12

.01

.22

-.64

3.61

2.87

2.40

2.27

Note. N=98. This table is based on the results of a prinicipal axis factoring analysis with oblique rotation. A key phrase from each item is used to represent each item. I refers to innovative role; C to compliant role; H to help role; A to achievement role.

Employee behaviors were measured using the same set of items for consistency

purposes. Since I had already established the dimensionality of the role perceptions and I

expected for behaviors to conform to the same structure, I used a confirmatory factor

analysis (CFA) approach. The results of the CFA suggest that the four-dimensional

structure is well suited for the coworker ratings of behaviors (CFI= .98; SRMR= .08;

RMSEA= .04). In addition, all of the factors were loading significantly on their

Table 6: Exploratory Factor Analysis of Role Perceptions of Organizational Expectations

Items

Scale

Factor

1. Generating creative ideas.

  • 2.

    Promoting and championing ideas to others

  • 3.

    Being innovative.

  • 4.

    Doing my job in a way that emphasizes

efficiency rather than creativity. 5. Sticking with existing rules and procedures when doing my job rather than being creative 6. Going about solving problems following existing procedures 7. Relying on the existing work processes and procedures when it comes to completing my job responsibilities 8. Taking time to listen to coworkers’ problems and worries. 9. Going out of the way to help new employees. 10. Taking a personal interest in other employees. 11. Strongly advocating my points and perspectives in meetings and discussions. 12. Doing whatever it takes to achieve my performance goals and targets. 13. Being an aggressive advocate for my interests and agendas. Eigenvalues

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