International Business Management

Year: 2020
Volume: 14
Issue: 4
Page No. 133 - 144

Developmental Factors Influencing Innovative Behavior of Thai Animal Feed Manufacture’s Production Employees

Authors : Supaloek Sinlaparatanaporn, Opal Suwunamek and Vinai Panjakhajornsak

Abstract: Animal feed manufacture in Thailand required a lot of raw materials and workforces. To increase the potential of cost management innovation needed in animal feed manufacturing, this study showed that Innovative Atmosphere (IA) had directly influence innovation-stimulating leadership behavior (IL) with the statistically significance level of 0.001 (p<0.001). Innovative Atmosphere (IA) had directly influence Innovation Behavior (IB). Contact outside the Organization (CO) had directly influence innovation-stimulating leadership behavior (IL). Contact Outside the organization (CO) had directly influence Innovative Behavior (IB). Innovation-stimulating leadership behavior (IL) had directly influence Innovation Behavior (IB). Organizational Innovation (OI) had directly influence Intrinsic Motivation (IM). Intrinsic Motivation (IM) had directly influence Innovation Behavior (IB). The model of innovative behavior from factors promoting innovative behavior could explain the innovative behavior by 75.3% (R2 = 0.753). Therefore, the leader should support the exploration and discovery behavior of the idea that would create novel things for the organization. This would enhance the competition ability between domestic animal feed manufacture.

How to cite this article:

Supaloek Sinlaparatanaporn, Opal Suwunamek and Vinai Panjakhajornsak, 2020. Developmental Factors Influencing Innovative Behavior of Thai Animal Feed Manufacture’s Production Employees. International Business Management, 14: 133-144.

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