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SRP. 2020; 11(11): 306-314

The Roles of Work Climate and Knowledge Sharing: The Effect of Leader Creative Behavior to Organizational Creativity at Furniture Industries in Indonesia

Roy Setiawan, Anis Eliyana, Tatik Suryani, Enrico Oktavian Sugiharto.


Creativity is often defined as developing ideas about products, services, practices, or procedures that are new and potentially of value to departments or organizations. Creative behavior is considered vital because it can be conceptualized as necessary for creative results. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of Leader Creative Behavior on Organizational Creativity through Work Climate and Knowledge Sharing in the furniture industry in Indonesia. In previous studies, it has been stated that Leader Creative Behavior does not have a significant influence on Organizational Creativity. Therefore, this study examines the effect of Leader Creative Behavior on Organizational Creativity by using Work Climate mediation and Knowledge Sharing as a novelty. The research method used in this study is quantitative. Data analysis techniques in this study using the Partial Least Square (PLS) method in fifty furniture industries in Indonesia. The results showed that the Creative Behavior Leader had a significant influence on Organizational Creativity through Work Climate and Knowledge Sharing.

Key words: Leader Creative Behavior, Organizational Creativity, Work Climate, dan Knowledge Sharing.

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