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PSİKOLOJİK SÖZLEŞME İHLALİNİN YENİLİKÇİ DAVRANIŞA ETKİSİ: ÖRGÜTSEL SESSİZLİĞİN ROLÜ: SAVUNMA SANYİİNDE BİR UYGULAMA

Kemal Köksal, Kemal Eroğluer, Hakan Yapar
Published 2018 ·

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Yenilikci davranis, isyerinde urun ve uygulamalara iliskin yeni fikirlerin uretilmesi olarak tanimlanabilir. Psikolojik sozlesme ise calisan davranislarinin onemli bir belirleyicisidir. Psikolojik sozlesmenin ihlaline yonelik bir algi, calisanlarda olumsuz tutum ve davranislara neden olabilmektedir. Calisanlarin psikolojik sozlesmelerinin ihlal edildigine yonelik algilari, psikolojik ve guvenlige iliskin endiselerinden dolayi sessiz kalmalarina neden olmaktadir. Bu calismanin amaci, psikolojik sozlesme ihlalinin yenilikci davranisa etkisi ve bu iliskide orgutsel sessizligin aracilik rolunu incelemektir. Arastirma verileri, savunma sanayiinde faaliyet gosteren iki farkli firmada calisan toplam 213 kisiden elde edilmistir. Olceklerin yapi gecerliligi dogrulayici faktor analiziyle; degiskenler arasindaki iliskiler ve aracilik etkisi korelasyon ve regresyon analiziyle incelenmistir. Analiz sonuclari psikolojik sozlesme ihlalinin calisanlarin yenilikci davranisini olumsuz olarak etkiledigini ve orgutsel sessizligin bu iliskide tam aracilik etkisine sahip oldugunu gostermektedir. Arastirma bulgularinin uygulamalari ve gelecekte yapilabilecek calismalar icin oneriler tartisilmistir.
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