THE IMPACT OF INTERNET ENTERPRISE TRAINING ON EMPLOYEE INNOVATION PERFORMANCE——THE INTERMEDIARY OF INNOVATION SELF-EFFICACY

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Pingzhen Wu

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Due to the booming of knowledge economy, the innovation performance of employees is the decisive factor for Internet companies to achieve innovation and development. Based on the psychological perception of employees, this paper uses empirical analysis to draw a conclusion: different dimensions of Internet company employee training have positive effects on innovation self-efficacy and innovation performance, innovation self-efficacy has positive effects on innovation performance, and there are some intermediary effects between employee training and innovation performance.

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Wu, P. (2022). THE IMPACT OF INTERNET ENTERPRISE TRAINING ON EMPLOYEE INNOVATION PERFORMANCE——THE INTERMEDIARY OF INNOVATION SELF-EFFICACY. Chinese Journal of Social Science and Management, 6(2), 53–62. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/CJSSM/article/view/241854
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