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Front. Sociol.
Sec. Work, Employment and Organizations
doi: 10.3389/fsoc.2022.968017

Corporate Innovation Culture: Formation Mechanisms、Evolutionary Veins and Prospects for the Future

 Jianquan Wang1* and Gang Yang2
  • 1Southwestern University, School of Economics and Management, China
  • 2College of Economics and Management, Southwest University, China
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Corporate innovation culture is a kind of corporate value driven by innovation theory and practice, which contains how it adapts to the process of cultural evolution with the times. Recently, due to the scattered theoretical discussions and empirical studies, the differences in their perspectives, levels, and issues, especially the lack of systematic literature combing, the research on this issue has not received enough attention and discussion in China. Therefore, this paper adopts a systematic literature review method to search relevant domestic and foreign literature, and identifies 577 foreign literature and 80 Chinese literature. Based on the literature, this paper reveals the formation mechanism of corporate innovation culture, and further analyzes its evolution from four dimensions. Finally, this paper makes a prospective view with the aim of promoting the in-depth study of Chinese corporate culture with important theoretical and practical significance.

Keywords: corporate innovation culture, formation mechanism, evolutionary pattern, Outlook for the future, Research review

Received: 13 Jun 2022; Accepted: 15 Aug 2022.

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* Correspondence: Mx. Jianquan Wang, Southwestern University, School of Economics and Management, Chongqing, China