Interpersonal Factors on Enterprises' Innovation Performance


  • Jiazhen Li
  • Jing Yang



Leadership; innovation performance; ambidextrous leadership; paradoxical leadership


In the current economic society, innovation is not only the key to the sustainable development of many enterprises, but also an imperative in the development of the country. The way to improve the innovation performance of enterprises this issue is now a lot of enterprises are very concerned about. All major companies want to understand the different impacts it brings to business management. Therefore, this paper starts from the four dimensions of ambidextrous leadership, paradoxical leadership, heterogeneity of top management team and stability of top management team to explore the impact of interpersonal factors on innovation performance. It is found that ambidextrous leadership and paradoxical leadership have a positive impact on the innovation performance of enterprises; the stability of the top management team always has a positive impact on the innovation performance of enterprises; and the heterogeneity of the top management team has different impacts on the innovation performance of enterprises according to different heterogeneous situations.


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How to Cite

Li, J., & Yang, J. (2024). Interpersonal Factors on Enterprises’ Innovation Performance. Highlights in Business, Economics and Management, 24, 1252-1257.