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    Title: Structural Embeddedness of Accessed Networks and Innovation at Work
    Authors: 熊瑞梅
    Lin, Yi-Jr
    Lu, Ke-Wei
    Contributors: 社會系
    Keywords: Position-generated networks;structural embeddedness;diversity;density;trust;innovation at work
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-08-12 14:50:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: <p>Purpose – Structural embeddedness of social networks within and beyond work organizations has shown its association with the innovation at work for employees from literature. Structural embeddedness includes three dimensions: the diversity, density, and trust of accessed networks. This chapter attempts to compare how structural embeddedness mechanizes on innovation at work differently for employees in hi-tech and non-hi-tech sectors.</p><p>Methodology/approach – We analyzed 1,817 cases of currently employed respondents from the 2005 Taiwan national survey on social capital. All the indicators on structural embeddedness are operationalized from position-generated networks, and we performed regression models for total, hi-tech, and non-hi-tech samples.</p><p>Findings – Except the universal effects of diversity on innovation at work for employees in both hi-tech and non-hi-tech sectors, density and trust of accessed networks significantly affect innovation at work only for employees in non-hi-tech sectors. There is a slight interaction effect between trust and density on innovation at workplaces. Those individuals with high-degree trust in accessed networks tend to have a lower degree of innovation while their network density is high. It implies that complementary networks seem to be more useful for applying new ideas at the workplace for non-hi-tech workers.</p><p>Originality/value of chapter – This chapter contributes to the literature by presenting the importance of structural embeddedness of accessed social networks for innovation at work.</p>
    Relation: Research in the Sociology of Work, 24, 295-322
    Data Type: article
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