Lider-Üye Etkileşimi Ve Kariyer Memnuniyetinin Yenilikçi Davranışa Etkisinde Etiğin Düzenleyici Rolüne Yönelik Deneysel Bir Araştırma /The Moderating Role Of Ethics In The Effect Of Leader –Member Exchange And Career Satisfaction On The Innovative Behavio

Mazlum Çelik, Ömer Turunç, Necdet Bilgin
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Bu çalışmanın amacı işletmeler için büyük önemi olan yenilikçi davranışların geliştirilmesinde Lider-Üye Etkileşimi ve Kariyer Memnuniyetinin etkisi ve bu etkide etiğin düzenleyici rolünü belirlemektir. 593 çalışan üzerinde yapılan araştırma sonucunda; lider üye etkileşiminin seviyesinin ve kariyer memnuniyetinin çalışanların yenilikçi davranışlarını pozitif ve anlamlı olarak etkilediği, etik davranış üzerinde lider üye etkileşiminin pozitif, kariyer memnuniyetinin negatif ve anlamlı olarak etkili olduğu, çalışanların yenilikçi davranışları üzerinde etik davranışın etkisinin bulunmadığı belirlenmiştir. Ayrıca bağımlı değişken olan yenilikçi davranış üzerinde bağımsız değişkenlerin etkisinde etik davranışın düzenleyici rolünün bulunup bulunmadığını belirlemek amacıyla yapılan hiyerarşik regresyon analizi sonucunda kariyer memnuniyetin yenilikçi davranış üzerine etkisinde etik davranışın düzenleyici rolünün bulunduğu, lider üye etkileşiminin yenilikçi davranış üzerine etkisinde ise düzenleyici etkisinin olmadığı tespit edilmiştir.

Anahtar Sözcükler: Lider üye etkileşimi, kariyer memnuniyeti, yenilikçilik, etik, düzenleyici etki.

 

Abstract

The aim of this study is to determine the effect of the employees' leader-member exchange and career satisfaction on the development of the innovative behaviors that have a great importance for the businesses and the moderating role of the ethic in this effect.  According to the study carried out on 593 employees, it is determined that the leader –member exchange and the career satisfaction affect the employees' innovative behavior positively and significantly and effect ethical behavior negative and significantly; the ethic approach doesn't affect the employees' innovative behavior. Besides, according to the results of hierarchical regression analysis studied to understand whether there is ethic approach's moderating role related to independent variables effect innovative behavior, dependent variables, it is determined that the ethical behavior has a moderating role for the influences of the career satisfaction to innovative behavior and doesn't have a moderating role for the influences of leader –member exchange to innovative behavior.

Keywords: Leader –Member Exchange (LMX), Career Satisfaction, Ethic, Moderating Effect.


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Lider üye etkileşimi, kariyer memnuniyeti, yenilikçilik, etik, düzenleyici etki

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