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| Expected influence centrality of the employee perceptions, attitudes and behaviors related to innovative work behavior. Standardized expected influence centrality of the attitudes and behaviors related to IWB.

| Expected influence centrality of the employee perceptions, attitudes and behaviors related to innovative work behavior. Standardized expected influence centrality of the attitudes and behaviors related to IWB.

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Organizations allocate considerable resources in surveys aimed at assessing how employees perceive certain job aspects. These perceptions are often modeled as latent constructs (e.g., job satisfaction) measured by multiple indicators. This approach, although useful, has several drawbacks such as a strong reliance on local independence and a lower p...

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... expected influence of the nodes of the organizational survey is plotted in Figure 2. The y-axis displays the nodes, and the x-axis shows the corresponding expected influence as standardized z-values. ...