The relationship between risk-taking, training evaluation and the implementation innovation

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This paper is about the growing interest in psychological determinants of the implementation of innovation. More precisely, the article deals with relationships between: a) risk-taking tendency (as a personality trait); b) training evaluation; and c) attitudes towards innovation amongst employees who are subjects of change). The results are helpful to build the training system and seeking people to lead change. It can also serve as a starting for a more thorough analyses; allowing better recognition of the factors influencing behaviour in implementing changes. The research was conducted based on the SEKAP computer system.

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Drąg, M., (2011) “The relationship between risk-taking, training evaluation and the implementation innovation”, EWOP in Practice 4(1), 33–38. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/ewopinpractice.87070

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Marek Drąg (University of Silesia)

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