Effect of Learning Organization on Organizational Communication and Organizational Creativity in High-Tech Industry
Paichin Huang 1, 2
Chialing Yao 1, 2  
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School of Accountancy, Fujian Jiangxia University, Fuzhou, Fujian, CHINA
Finance and Accounting Research Center, Fujian Jiangxia University, Fujian Province Philosophy Social Science Research Base, CHINA
Online publish date: 2017-11-16
Publish date: 2017-11-16
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(12):7723–7730
This article belongs to the special issue "Problems of Application Analysis in Knowledge Management and Science-Mathematics-Education".
In face of the rapidly changing economic environment, the competitive advantages on which high-Tech Industry used to depend for the development are disappearing. The value of high-Tech Industry no longer depends on the possession of plants, equipment, and products, but on the intellectual property, customer confidence, and teamwork ability of business partners, infrastructure of telecommunications, and employees’ creative potential and skills. How to construct the environment climate, in high-Tech Industry, for employees being happy to work, creating knowledge, learning, communicating and sharing as well as to guide employees’ goals being consistent with organizational objectives to continuously contribute to the organization is the motivation of this study. Aiming at supervisors and employees of manufacturers in Weihai Torch Hi-Tech Science Park in Shandong Province, total 500 copies of questionnaire are distributed in this study. 376 valid copies are retrieved, with the retrieval rate 75%. The research results conclude that 1.learning organization presents positive and significant effects on organizational communication, 2.organizational communication reveals positive and remarkable effects on organizational creativity, and 3.learning organization shows positive effects on organizational creativity. According to the results, conclusion and suggestion are proposed, expecting to help high-Tech Industry become learning organizations and promote organizational communication and organizational creativity.
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