Islamic Work Ethic, innovative work behaviour, and adaptive performance: the mediating mechanism and an interacting effect
adaptive performance, ethical leadership, innovative work behaviour, Islamic Work Ethic, Pakistan, services
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This study’s focus is on the relationship between Islamic Work Ethic (IWE) and adaptive performance with the mediating role of innovative work behaviour (IWB) and moderating role of ethical leadership among hospitality sector employees in Pakistan. Data were collected using questionnaires from 257 employees working in various hotels across Pakistan. Results indicate that IWE significantly predicts adaptive performance both directly and indirectly through IWB. In addition, results also confirm the moderating role of ethical leadership between IWE and IWB. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.
Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship
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Javed, Basharat; Bashir, Sajid; Rawwas, Mohammed Y.A.; and Arjoon, Surendra, "Islamic Work Ethic, innovative work behaviour, and adaptive performance: the mediating mechanism and an interacting effect" (2017). Faculty Publications. 897.