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Impact of Innovation and Change Management on Employees’ Performance

  • Demetris Vrontis
  • Sam El Nemar
  • Bernard Al Osta
  • Joseph Raymond Azizi
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Cross-disciplinary Business Research, In Association with EuroMed Academy of Business book series (PSCDBRAEAB)

Abstract

Innovation and change management are considered core concepts in strategic and leadership management. Openness to innovation and continuous change in organisational dynamics are important factors in determining organisational effectiveness. Innovation is crucial for organisational success, as is coping with organisational changes. This chapter studies the impact of change and innovation management on the performance of employees working in the health sector in northern Lebanon. The authors adopted a quantitative research method, via questionnaires distributed to a target population of 100 employees working in the health sector in North Lebanon. The results showed that change communication (representing organisational dynamics), employee satisfaction with change and employee perception of innovation management positively impact employee performance.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Demetris Vrontis
    • 1
  • Sam El Nemar
    • 2
  • Bernard Al Osta
    • 3
  • Joseph Raymond Azizi
    • 3
  1. 1.School of BusinessUniversity of NicosiaNicosiaCyprus
  2. 2.School of BusinessAZMTripoliLebanon
  3. 3.School of BusinessLIUBeirutLebanon

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