Following the Leader in R&D: The Joint Effect of SubordinateProblem-Solving Style and Leader- Member Relations onInnovative Behavior by Susanne G. Scott and Reginald A. Bruce
This paper studies how innovative behavior, among R&D professionals, is—positively or negatively—related to: i) Problem solving styles (associative or bisociative), ii) Leader-member-exchange (LMX) styles (transactional or transformational). In the process, a few key terms that are critical to the paper were defined.
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Rousseau, Gerard, "Following the Leader in R&D: The Joint Effect of SubordinateProblem-Solving Style and Leader- Member Relations onInnovative Behavior by Susanne G. Scott and Reginald A. Bruce" (1998). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1966.
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