The Factors Affecting Organizational Innovativeness

Napaporn Tuksinnimit, Supol Durongwatana, Pakpachong Vadhanasindhu

Abstract


This paper aimed to explore the determinant factors to affect the capability to innovate organization and used method to gather the data on agency of US. Foreign Missions in Thailand. The finding revealed that the survey from employees understood the concept of innovation. In the quantitative section involved collecting data from 270 employees by questionnaire. The results showed mean of the factors to affect organizational innovativeness is rather high level, commitment to learning, Customer focus, management support, organizational structure, knowledge sharing, contingency reward. This implies that all factors were important and that organization are moving to innovative organization.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v7i2.7013

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