Vladić, N., Maletič, D., & Maletič, M. (2021). Determinants of innovation capability: An exploratory study of inclusive leadership and work engagement. Quality Innovation Prosperity / Kvalita Inovácia Prosperita, 25(2), 130–152.
In this study, we will see how the innovative skills of the organization can be enhanced through the practice of inclusive leadership. Specifically, this study identifies the primary determinants of positive work engagement and the role that the leadership plays in promoting the innovative capabilities of the workforce.
Juhro, S. M., Aulia, A. F., Hadiwaluyo, D., Aliandrina, D., & Lavika, E. (2020). The role of catalytic collaboration in leveraging transformational leadership competencies to generate sustainable innovation. International Journal of Organizational Leadership, 9(1), 48.
This study analyzes the impact of collaborating the leverage of transformational leadership competencies to generate a sustainable innovation matrix leadership model. Participants were fifty regional heads (regents and mayors) in Indonesia.
Brunson, M. E. (2021). Disruptive innovation for the unstoppable nurse leader. Nursing Management, 52(5), 22–29.
In this article, the author discusses the need for both formal and informal nurse leaders, to adopt and promote a culture of innovation in activities during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.Olinger, E. S., Hobbs, T, Hare, C. (September 2021). Disruptive innovation defines leadership opportunities: State organization strategic goal and agenda advancements. Communique, 50(1), 4-6.
Wang, Y.-Z., Lo, F.-Y., & Weng, S.-M. (2019). Family businesses successors knowledge and willingness on sustainable innovation: The moderating role of leader’s approval. Journal of Innovation & Knowledge, 4(3), 188–195.
This study was primarily to discuss the issue of business succession, focus on the status of business successors, and analyze the impact of successor knowledge and willingness on corporate sustainable innovation and successful business succession.
Edmonson, C., Klacman, A., & Tippy, J. (2016). Nurse leaders as disruptive innovators in cardiopulmonary resuscitation competency. Nurse Leader, 14(3), 191–194.
The focus of this study is on improving the rate of survival among the patients in in-hospital cardiac arrest each year in the United States. The study suggests that new initiatives focused on continuous improvement may improve survival rates among patients with cardiac arrest.