A Study of the Influence of Learning Organization on Organizational Creativity and Organizational Communication in High Tech Technology
Qingying Duan 1 *
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1 School of Economic & Management, Northwest University, Xi’an, China* Corresponding Author


The value of a high-tech industry no longer lies in the number of plants, equipment, and products but the intellectual property, customer confidence, capability of collaborating with business partners, telecommunication infrastructure, and the creativity potential and skills of its employees. This study is motivated by investigating the way of constructing an environmental atmosphere for employees to enjoy their works and create, learn, communicate, and share their knowledge for a high-tech industry. It is also expected to provide guidance for an employee to integrate his/her personal goal with the organization’s so that he/she can keep contributing to the organization. The management levels and employees at the Weihai Huoju High-Tech Industrial Development Zone were selected as the research subjects in this study. A total of 500 questionnaire copies were dispatched and the number of valid questionnaire copies being returned was 376 with a rate of response as 75%. The results of this study are as follows. 1. The influence of a learning organization on organizational communications is positively significant. 2. The influence of organizational communications on organizational creativity is positively significant. 3. The influence of a learning organization on organizational creativity is positive. Conclusions and recommendations are proposed in study based on the research results with the expectation to turn a high tech industry into a learning organization and provide guidance for organizational communication and organizational creativity.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 13, Issue 6, June 2017, 1817-1830


Publication date: 18 Apr 2017

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