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A Study on the Relationships Among Absorptive Capacity of Employees, Organizational Citizenship, SCM performance, and Intention to Innovate


Tae Ung Kim, Kyunghee Kim, Jaehyoun Kim, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 13, No. 5, pp. 65-76, Oct. 2012
10.7472/jksii.2012.13.5.65, Full Text:
Keywords: absorptive capacity, organizational citizenship, SCM performance, intention to innovate

Abstract

Organizational citizenship behaviors(OCB) are discretionary behaviors of employees, which go beyond that which is required, and are known to be contributing factors of organizational performance. When a supply chain management(SCM) system is implemented, organizational knowledge concerning the global standards, process innovation and key performance indicators(KPI) is also spread out across different, disconnected silos, thus increasing the absorptive and innovative capacity of employees. Therefore, OCB may be an important antecedent to successful operation of supply chain. This paper examines the causal relationships among absorptive capacity of employees, organizational citizenship, SCM performance and intention to innovate in global manufacturing corporations in Korea. Empirical results from 122 survey responses indicate that the organizational citizenship affects the level of SCM performance and absorptive capacity, which, in turn, influences SCM performance. As expected, SCM performance has been found to affect intention to innovate, but absorptive capacity has no impact on intention to innovate. As a conclusion, the academic and practical implications of these findings are discussed.


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[APA Style]
Tae Ung Kim, Kyunghee Kim, & Jaehyoun Kim (2012). A Study on the Relationships Among Absorptive Capacity of Employees, Organizational Citizenship, SCM performance, and Intention to Innovate. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 13(5), 65-76. DOI: 10.7472/jksii.2012.13.5.65.

[IEEE Style]
T. U. Kim, K. Kim and J. Kim, "A Study on the Relationships Among Absorptive Capacity of Employees, Organizational Citizenship, SCM performance, and Intention to Innovate," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 65-76, 2012. DOI: 10.7472/jksii.2012.13.5.65.

[ACM Style]
Tae Ung Kim, Kyunghee Kim, and Jaehyoun Kim. 2012. A Study on the Relationships Among Absorptive Capacity of Employees, Organizational Citizenship, SCM performance, and Intention to Innovate. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 13, 5, (2012), 65-76. DOI: 10.7472/jksii.2012.13.5.65.