Publication detail

Interpersonal skills as an aspect of innovation

VAŠKOVIČOVÁ, J. KOUDELKOVÁ, P. SVOBODOVÁ, A.

Original Title

Interpersonal skills as an aspect of innovation

English Title

Interpersonal skills as an aspect of innovation

Type

conference proceedings

Language

en

Original Abstract

This study aims to introduce the theoretical and practical findings in the area of interpersonal skills as an aspect of innovation that has already been published and it further expands this field of research. It was observed whether the extroverts in the Czech conditions are more innovative than introverts, and also whether these people are able to motivate their subordinates to innovation. The survey results were compared with results obtained from the literature. Based on this, there were defined findings that may serve as a basis for the future expanding research.

English abstract

This study aims to introduce the theoretical and practical findings in the area of interpersonal skills as an aspect of innovation that has already been published and it further expands this field of research. It was observed whether the extroverts in the Czech conditions are more innovative than introverts, and also whether these people are able to motivate their subordinates to innovation. The survey results were compared with results obtained from the literature. Based on this, there were defined findings that may serve as a basis for the future expanding research.

Keywords

Innovation thinking, five-factor model, knowledge workers, interpersonal skills

Released

27.05.2011

Publisher

BUT

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-80-214-4257-3

Pages from

1

Pages to

8

Pages count

8

BibTex


@proceedings{BUT66186,
  author="Jana {Vaškovičová} and Petra {Koudelková} and Andrea {Svobodová}",
  title="Interpersonal skills as an aspect of innovation",
  annote="This study aims to introduce the theoretical and practical findings in the area of interpersonal skills as an aspect of innovation that has already been published and it further expands this field of research. It was observed whether the extroverts in the Czech conditions are more innovative than introverts, and also whether these people are able to motivate their subordinates to innovation.
The survey results were compared with results obtained from the literature. Based on this, there were defined findings that may serve as a basis for the future expanding research.",
  address="BUT",
  chapter="66186",
  institution="BUT",
  year="2011",
  month="may",
  pages="1--8",
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  type="conference proceedings"
}