Values-Based Innovation. Designing a Model to Be Applied in Management Sciences

Juan Mejia-Trejo, Ángel Rodríguez Bravo

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Abstract

What is the mean reason to formulate values in the firms or organizations? The main answer is to facilitate the alignment of employees and organizational values to increase motivation and effectiveness with better outcomes in performance and investment alike. However, there are few efforts to design, implement and prove empirical models to analyze their results that conform an integral view of factors involved in a value-based management model. The mentioned above represents a great opportunity for the management sciences to show their abilities to propose a model able to determine and weight an inventory of values per industry/sector and select the values, according to the division or department of the firm or corporate organization.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGuadalajara, Jalisco (méxico)
Number of pages128
EditionPrimera
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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